Blog post by Fringe blogger: Kenna Cottman July 30, 2013
Blog post by Fringe blogger: Dawn Brodey July 30, 2013
by Christopher Kehoe July 28, 2013
A remembrance of local stage manager Adam Ehret makes a case for behind-the-scenes workers as legitimate artists.
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey July 23, 2013
by Nancy Ruyle-Paul July 20, 2013
A divisive production raises the question of what value reviews have for artists and audiences.
by MinnesotaPlaylist July 16, 2013
"Our zombies are trained to show restraint towards audience members."
by MinnesotaPlaylist July 11, 2013
Is Savage Umbrella's Dust Bowl drama up your alley?
by Matthew Glover July 7, 2013
A veteran performer finds thrilling newness in a show he knows by heart.
by MinnesotaPlaylist July 3, 2013
Park Square Executive Director C. Michael-jon Pease provides evidence for 'Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club.'
by Sheila Smith July 2, 2013
Minnesota Citizens for the Arts breaks down some controversial changes to arts funding in the state.
by Ira Brooker June 26, 2013
A production of 'If You Give a Mouse a Cookie' helps my son leap a few hurdles of art appreciation.
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey June 25, 2013
by Robert Sanborn June 22, 2013
Original theater, music, film, poetry and more take their bows under multiple roofs in downtown Rochester.
by Meryl June 19, 2013
In a social world, the boundaries of theater are forever shifting. Be sure you know where they are before you share.
by MinnesotaPlaylist June 19, 2013
A play with extra-artsy roots matches up against one with a more scientific grounding this week.
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey June 18, 2013
by Ira Brooker June 16, 2013
The peculiar power of puppetry at Open Eye Figure Theatre spawns a new fan for local theater.
by MinnesotaPlaylist June 12, 2013
It's a battle of battles as we hear the cases for 'Human Combat Chess' and 'God of Carnage.'
by David Walbridge June 11, 2013
Dave Walbridge actually makes money writing plays. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey June 11, 2013
by Dawn Brodey June 8, 2013
For all their common ground, film and theater are different worlds. Dawn Brodey examines why.