by Derek Lee Miller September 22, 2014
What do the Iveys mean this year? I actually surprise myself with my answer.
by Dominic Orlando September 21, 2014
What do "Ashland" and "Cabaret" have in common? Dominic advocates for the mixing of styles into what can only be described as "adult pleasure".
by Alan M. Berks September 18, 2014
Check out this video preview of the new website. Learn more about the calendar and the talent books.
by John Middleton September 17, 2014
TBT: (originally published November 20, 2008) A comprehensive, sequential warm-up from breath to yoga to centering—um, does anyone else feel a little numb right now?
Review by Matthew Foster September 16, 2014
Introducing Matthew Foster as one of our new critics. Come for the opinion; stay for the way with words.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller September 15, 2014
You may ask yourself what's theater for? You may ask yourself how did I get here? You may ask yourself my god, what have I done?
by Ira Brooker September 14, 2014
A sometimes forgotten excellence of live performance is its impermanence and adaptability, like basketball.
by Sam L Landman September 14, 2014
John Lilleberg had an enormous effect on people who worked with him.
by C. Andrew Mayer September 10, 2014
TBT: (originally published 5/5/13) In the next 5-10 years, the Baby Boomer founders of most of the metro's mid-sized nonprofits will retire. Is it a crisis? A long-time community member considers the scene.
by Sophie Kerman September 9, 2014
Though this difficult world makes escapist theater a welcome distraction, Sophie is most lifted up by Nimbus Theatre's The Lower Depths.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller September 8, 2014
Bifurcation in Philly, 99 seaters in LA, and a complete inability to do much in Ferguson.
by Marya Hornbacher September 7, 2014
Four shows, three actors, two new plays, and one designer made Marya's list of 2013-2014's most memorable moments.
by Alan M. Berks September 6, 2014
Here's how you can help MinnesotaPlaylist get better (and get some stuff for yourself too).
by Melodie Bahan September 3, 2014
TBT (originally published 2/2/09): Melodie Bahan loves good performing arts writing so much that she's begging arts journalists to make her life as a publicist more difficult.
Interview by Paul de Cordova September 2, 2014
"If I’m not there challenging people’s perceptions, nothing changes, and we’re stuck with the way things have always been done."
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller September 1, 2014
I return from a week free from news, only to return to find that Labor Day is a slow news day.
dialogue by Molly Van Avery August 27, 2014
Because artists will make art, Molly transforms this dialogue into poetry.
dialogue by Ashley Hanson August 26, 2014
Successful public art in community requires a commitment to the place that endures beyond the last show.
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.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller August 24, 2014
Let's try to figure out this Creative Placemaking thing before it drives me bonkers.
by Charles Campbell August 20, 2014
Should we be worried when artists are asked to save the world?