Breaking news by Levi Weinhagen October 2, 2012
by John Heimbuch October 1, 2012
Theatre Latte Da and the University of Minnesota combine forces to surprise John Heimbuch into liking musicals.
by Levi Weinhagen September 30, 2012
Levi values high levels of craft and big buckets of fun, and he finds it in the work of great stand-up comics.
by Andrew Troth September 27, 2012
The author identifies the paradoxical quality of Vulnerability, being strong enough to get hurt, as the best part of his theater experiences.
by Penelope Freeh September 26, 2012
"These works felt necessary, essential. They needed to be made and thus performed and thereby witnessed."
by Matt Dawson September 25, 2012
Walking Shadow won an Ivey Monday, and their success is driving Matt Dawson mad. Damn them!
Breaking news by Levi Weinhagen September 25, 2012
by Stuart Pimsler September 24, 2012
A 2011 film about Pina Bausch inspires Stuart Pimsler to reflect on his own journey. (Don't forget the Sage Awards on October 17.)
by Levi Weinhagen September 23, 2012
Levi Weinhagen live tweets the Ivey Awards tonight for us @minnesotaplays #iveyawards #theaterprom #canyoubetoosnarky
by Katie Kaufmann September 20, 2012
TigerLion Arts combine spectacle with big stories. Even when they make a play for children, they continue to impress.
by Damon Runnals September 18, 2012
Have you considered what your tech choices, or lack of choices, tell the audience about the world of the play?
Breaking news by Levi Weinhagen September 17, 2012
by Laura Zabel September 16, 2012
Springboard for the Arts Executive Director digs deeper into conversations about Quality and uncovers the land mines.
by Matt McGeachy September 12, 2012
"Theater – really good theater – makes you feel alive even as you are literally stepping over dead bodies."
by Jill Bernard September 11, 2012
Great improv contains so many more elements than just quick wit. There's got to be heart, physicality, and tech. Anything a regular show has-only without the script.
by Sam Johns and Paige Collette September 11, 2012
Breaking news by Levi Weinhagen September 10, 2012
by Ruth Weiner September 9, 2012
Carleton College Professor highlights four very different productions that are united by how well the ensemble works together.
by Linda Sue Anderson September 5, 2012
Harold Pinter's work is not for everyone, but for the people who love it, "The Birthday Party" was worth celebrating.
Breaking news by Levi Weinhagen September 4, 2012
by Ben McGinley September 3, 2012
"Snowfuck" and "A Bun for A Door Handle" lived so far outside the author's traditional theater expectations that, he writes in detail, they achieved almost miracles.