dialogue by Ashley Hanson August 26, 2014
Successful public art in community requires a commitment to the place that endures beyond the last show.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller August 24, 2014
Let's try to figure out this Creative Placemaking thing before it drives me bonkers.
dialogue by Charles Campbell August 24, 2014
Charles responds to Ashley and Molly's essays with an attempt to locate why a common hesitancy emerges.
by Charles Campbell August 20, 2014
Should we be worried when artists are asked to save the world?
dialogue by Ashley Hanson August 19, 2014
Ashley Hanson uses her artistic talents in service to her rural roots but rejects the idea that the place needed her to "make" it.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller August 18, 2014
One theater leaves. Another takes its place. And the circle of theater life continues.
dialogue by Molly Van Avery August 17, 2014
The act of placemaking has inspired performance artist Molly Van Avery to look at all aspects of art-making differently.
by MinnesotaPlaylist August 11, 2014
One more public event. Stop by Monday, Sept 1 between barbeques for a little mingling and information. HUGE Theatre serves beer and wine.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller August 11, 2014
Now that the Minnesota Fringe is over, we can resume our regularly-scheduled complaining about stuff.
by Dawn Brodey August 9, 2014
Find out what artists really think about earning the Fringe encore.
by Adia Morris August 8, 2014
Adia covers some uncovered corners of the Fringe including what its like to produce a Fringe show (and call it).
by Paul de Cordova August 7, 2014
Day 8 writer parks himself inside the hustle and bustle of the Rarig Center and reports back on dance, Shakespeare, cats, and storytellers.
by Ricardo Vazquez August 6, 2014
Can theater live up to the visceral drama of a video game? Ironically, CRIME AND PUNISHMENT demonstrates there's hope for theater.
by Ira Brooker August 5, 2014
"I was left gasping for breath and on the verge of tears at the horrific beauty of it all." Plus, four other reviews.
by H. Adam Harris August 4, 2014
Since he stopped being snooty about the Fringe, a local actor discovers new ways to experience joy, ambition, and failure.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller August 4, 2014
You know, because it's Fringe.
by Levi Weinhagen August 3, 2014
That Levi pushes himself to a show in every slot available on Sunday and discovers how hard Fringe can be. Also discovers insight into loneliness, shame, and tap dancing. There's a happy ending.
by Marya Hornbacher August 2, 2014
Fringe-binger and tough critic Marya Hornbacher provides some Fringe party history and finds equanimity after two misfires.
by Sara Ochs August 1, 2014
When a local artists forbids herself from seeing her friends' shows, she discovers new friends. Also, sees four unexpected shows and has a wide range of reactions.
by Matthew Foster July 31, 2014
A longtime Fringe staffer finally allows himself to have public opinions about shows.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller July 28, 2014
Is audience participation the wave of the future, or just another pothole on the bumpy road to audience engagement?