by Rachel Jendrzejewski March 30, 2013
A specific venue can make a huge impact on the way we watch plays, but how does a performance space affect the creative process?
by Dawn Brodey March 28, 2013
Every artist has to pay some dues. Sometimes that means strapping on a giant bunny head and trying not to trample kids on Nicollet Mall.
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey March 25, 2013
by Ira Brooker March 24, 2013
In defense of the "pointless" digression.
by Mankato Mosaic Theatre Company March 20, 2013
From bars to churches to coffee shops, Mankato Mosaic Theatre Company is turning the town into one big, burgeoning performance space.
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey March 20, 2013
by Butch Roy March 17, 2013
Yes, Butch Roy helped found some of the area's leading improv shows. No, you don't need to ask his permission to start your own.
by Robert Stuber March 12, 2013
The Twin Cities don't have a monopoly on Minnesota theater. Our Homegrown Theater series kicks off with a look at Winona's bumper crop of talented playwrights.
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey March 11, 2013
by Joel Scott March 10, 2013
Joel Scott is decidedly not a fan of the lively arts. Is there hope for winning him over?
by Kirsten Stephens March 7, 2013
"You might think quiet would be a good trait for a mime. You would be wrong." Kirsten Stephens on defying your personality through movement.
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey March 4, 2013
Review by Bartley Stratton March 4, 2013
A reimagining of "The Honeymooners" with an all-female cast makes for an entertaining 90 minutes.
by Rick Shiomi March 3, 2013
Outgoing Artistic Director Rick Shiomi looks back on 20 years of Asian American performing arts and ahead to many more.
by Brianna Olson-Carr February 27, 2013
Tracey Scott Wilson's tragicomedy returns with a revised script on a new stage. What can we learn by watching a play's evolution?
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey February 25, 2013
by Dawn Brodey February 20, 2013
Dawn Brodey's not a bad girl, but she plays one on stage. What happens when typecasting follows an actor home?
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey February 19, 2013
by Laurie Flanigan Hegge February 16, 2013
An essay on theatrical biodiversity gets Laurie Flanigan Hegge thinking about "farm-to-table" productions on the Minnesota scene.
by Ira Brooker February 13, 2013
Writer and actor Sam Landman's sardonic #AuditionNotice tweets help local theater folk laugh through the pain.
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey February 12, 2013