Review by Sophie Kerman March 15, 2016
Who knew that vampires made for such an entertaining dance musical?
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller March 15, 2016
Actors fire back against the unfiltered responses of the audience. Also, a list of actual good things to feel happy about.
by Steven LaVigne March 14, 2016
Three forgotten shows from the legendary duo are ready for reappraisal.
by Becca Hart March 14, 2016
Will you soon be falling or flying?
Interview by Lucas Skjaret March 11, 2016
First an actress, then a costume designer, now a bold director. Find out more about TC's emerging artists.
Review by Becca Hart March 9, 2016
Check out what Becca draws about the Guthrie's new production.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller March 7, 2016
Also, there's some Trump in here. You guys are fascinated by Trump, right?
by Cecilia Johnson March 6, 2016
Our intrepid millenial reporter finds you every freakin' deal she can.
Review by Sophie Kerman March 6, 2016
Penumbra produces 2 ground-breaking one-acts that still shake, bite, and push.
by Becca Hart March 3, 2016
You could work on your craft, or you could. . .
Review by Ira Brooker March 2, 2016
CTC doesn't need much plot to make this new production delightful.
by Derek Lee Miller February 29, 2016
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller February 23, 2016
Get to work, but watch your digital defenses.
by Becca Hart February 22, 2016
Like nothing this artist has ever experienced before.
Review by Cecilia Johnson February 22, 2016
by John Schroeder February 21, 2016
6 tenets to prevent your volunteer-run organization from sinking, learned while giving the Mississippi Melodie Showboat its burial.
by Steven LaVigne February 21, 2016
Learn more about one of the innovators of the American musical form.
by MinnesotaPlaylist February 19, 2016
A few tips for avoiding potential email scams when you're an artist.
Review by Becca Hart February 18, 2016
Review by Ira Brooker February 16, 2016
A straightforward title hides a character of many hues.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller February 16, 2016
The Twin Cities is suddenly awash with new small performance spaces; plus, the latest in copyright disputes and being black in theater.