by Kirsten Stephens November 5, 2013
"The result is a play that gives veterans a voice, rather than a play that talks about us."
by Lisa Hu November 2, 2013
Aditi Brennan Kapil’s trilogy dug into identities at Mixed Blood and Lisa Hu was there for all 4.5 hours.
by Erin Sheppard October 29, 2013
"We can't get bloody, because a sticky stage would be difficult to dance on."
Breaking news by Derek Lee Miller October 29, 2013
by Tim Uren October 26, 2013
Entertaining an audience is one thing. Scaring the crap out of them is something else entirely.
Review by Alana Horton October 23, 2013
'Maple and Vine' and 'This Is A World To Live In' offer very different takes on modernity and nostalgia.
Breaking news by Derek Lee Miller October 23, 2013
by Paul de Cordova October 20, 2013
Our new feature kicks off with esteemed actor Gary Briggle discussing his life on stage.
by Shannon Forney October 16, 2013
The Guthrie isn't the first place you expect puppets, whimsy or regional humor. That made this fish story all the nicer.
by Josh Cragun October 12, 2013
As the arts world embraces independence, Josh Cragun looks to punk rock and Bandcamp as models for the future of theater.
Breaking news by Derek Lee Miller October 8, 2013
by Ira Brooker October 6, 2013
A search for scary theater begins with Workhaus Collective's atmospheric New Orleans story.
by Ira Brooker October 3, 2013
An intimate arts evening and a gala extravaganza throw a spotlight on all the amazing theater in between.
Breaking news by Derek Lee Miller October 1, 2013
by County Seat Theater Company September 29, 2013
The only full-season theater in Carlton County gives the people what they want - and maybe a bit of what they need.
by Ricardo Vazquez September 25, 2013
The Unit Collective's inclusive experimentation made Ricardo Vazquez feel truly at home on the local stage.
Breaking news by Derek Lee Miller September 24, 2013
by Jon Ferguson September 21, 2013
Jon Ferguson found inspiration from humble beauty at Open Eye to a bracing classic at the Guthrie.
by Tane S. Danger September 17, 2013
An entire night for politicians to woo artists and not a single one thought to wear a beret.
by Charles Campbell September 14, 2013
"Was it enjoyable? That's beside the point." Charles Campbell looks at one of the year's most provocative puppet shows.
by Laura Holway September 10, 2013
Shadow puppets and sweaty comedians gave Laura Holway a new outlook on audience participation.