by Ira Brooker June 5, 2013
When it comes to artistic inspiration, who has the right to tell what story?
by MinnesotaPlaylist June 5, 2013
Two very different takes on romantic entanglements vie for your attention this week.
by Bartley Stratton June 4, 2013
Social media is changing the face of some local institutions - and helping to launch some new ones.
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey June 4, 2013
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by MinnesotaPlaylist May 29, 2013
It’s only the second week of this feature and already we have an indoor lightning storm versus a foul-mouthed dog.
by Brian O Neal May 26, 2013
Bad shows happen to the best of us. Brian O'Neal offers some perspective on minimizing the pain.
by MinnesotaPlaylist May 22, 2013
Our new weekly feature finds two local productions vying for theatergoers' hearts and minds.
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey May 21, 2013
by Minnesota Playlist readers May 19, 2013
C. Andrew Mayer’s "Major leadership changes are coming" sparked plenty of conversation last week. Here's a sampling of the most fascinating feedback.
Review by Bartley Stratton May 19, 2013
New York City comes to Bloomington in a new "On the Town," but is it anything worth writing home about?
by Bartley Stratton May 15, 2013
It's more than just "old folks singing" - the artists of "Alive & Kickin" represent a living document of local theater history.
Breaking news by MinnesotaPlaylist May 14, 2013
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey May 14, 2013
by Ira Brooker May 13, 2013
Playlist editor Ira Brooker attempts to end the culture wars between sports fans and arts lovers.
by Rick Shiomi May 7, 2013
Our look at transitions in local theater continues as outgoing Mu Performing Arts Artistic Director Rick Shiomi looks to his freelance future.
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey May 7, 2013
by MinnesotaPlaylist May 3, 2013
Dancer, actor, teacher and all-around Twin Cities theater icon John Munger passed away on Tuesday. His friends and peers remember him in their own words.
by Laurie Flanigan Hegge May 1, 2013
We hear a lot about "art for art's sake," but these theater people are dedicated to making art for the greater good.
by Laura Holway April 30, 2013
In one writer's eyes, Open Eye is a "perfect combination of thoughtful exploration, risk-taking, universality and humor."
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey April 30, 2013