by Laurie Flanigan Hegge December 7, 2013
"Developing a Twitter strategy" may sound antithetical to art, but it's becoming essential for theater professionals.
by John Heimbuch December 4, 2013
When it comes to literary adaptations, is fidelity overrated?
Breaking news by Derek Lee Miller December 3, 2013
by Ira Brooker December 1, 2013
A New York Times piece looks at a crisis point for artists. So how bad is it out there?
Breaking news by Derek Lee Miller November 26, 2013
by MinnesotaPlaylist November 23, 2013
We asked local theater folks to share what fills them with gratitude this Thanksgiving season.
by Ira Brooker November 21, 2013
As Thanksgiving draws near, an appreciation of an arts community that honors its dead and values its living.
Breaking news by Derek Lee Miller November 19, 2013
by Ira Brooker November 17, 2013
Sometimes a play is just a good evening's entertainment. Do we need theater to be more than that?
Breaking news by Derek Lee Miller November 14, 2013
by Mark Sweeney November 13, 2013
Mark Sweeney has not seen 'Wicked,' and he'd like to know why everyone assumes he has.
by Paul de Cordova November 9, 2013
Paul de Cordova sits down with another local acting icon for an illuminating question-and-answer session.
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.