by Paul Herwig March 8, 2014
A local artist heads to Toronto's SummerWorks festival to see how the Twin Cities scene stacks up against some of Canada's finest.
by Gemma Irish March 5, 2014
A dispatch from Dayjob Land reminds us how the corporate world can inform our artistic existence.
Review by Dominic Orlando March 5, 2014
Dominic Orlando digs into 'Tristan & Yseult,' 'Shakespeare’s Will' and 'The Ballad of Emmett Till.'
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller March 2, 2014
by Charles Campbell March 1, 2014
Charles Campbell asks himself "What's up?" and gets an answer as complex as it is exhilarating.
Interview by Paul de Cordova February 26, 2014
"I can see it all blending: hip-hop, spoken word, traditional theater forms. It’s like a playground where all these things can come together."
by Allana Olson February 25, 2014
After a life-changing injury, a theater technician offers an education on the hard facts of freelancing.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller February 24, 2014
by Charles Campbell February 20, 2014
Charles Campbell kicks off a series on change in the arts with a look at personal evolution.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller February 17, 2014
The internet cried out, and the President (maybe) listened. Also, why not try Dollar Tree theater?
Review by Dominic Orlando February 17, 2014
Some people just don't get musicals, and Dominic Orlando just doesn't get why.
by Ira Brooker February 12, 2014
Seth Eberle expounds on the process of producing a perfect puppet for a particular puppet production.
Breaking news by Derek Lee Miller February 11, 2014
by MinnesotaPlaylist February 8, 2014
From dance to criticism to politics to news, get to know Playlist's new slate of regular features.
by Tane S. Danger February 5, 2014
They say all art is political. what if arts organizations operated like candidates for elected office?
Breaking news by Derek Lee Miller February 4, 2014
Review by Dominic Orlando February 3, 2014
Dominic Orlando finds a thread between 'Ash Land,' 'Evita' and 'The Year I Was Born.'
by Mark Bradley February 1, 2014
Actor, author and accounting expert Mark Bradley wants to help his fellow thespians avoid audits and maybe even get a few bucks back this tax season.
by Ira Brooker January 29, 2014
The critics all like 'Fuddy Meers,' but no two like it in quite the same way.
Breaking news by Derek Lee Miller January 28, 2014
Interview by Paul de Cordova January 25, 2014
The intense actress discusses the challenge of working with her husband, what’s keeping her awake at night and more.