Blog post by Derek Lee Miller May 1, 2017
Trump's "hard power" goes down hard while the arts live for another year
Review by Hailey Colwell May 1, 2017
Le Petit Moulin mixes dance, music and theater for a fun show that was light on story.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller April 25, 2017
by Dayna Smith April 25, 2017
A monthly conversation with the Playwright’s Center
Review by Erin Roberts April 25, 2017
An interesting look at theatre confronting our dependence on technology
Review by Theresa J. Beckhusen April 25, 2017
The Great Divide plays at Pillsbury House + Theater - review - magazine - Minnesota Playlist
Review by Becca Hart April 25, 2017
Scene 45: Review of One Man, Two Guvnors
Review by Becca Hart April 20, 2017
Scene 44: Review of The Secret Garden
by Steven LaVigne April 20, 2017
The Importance of Theater Icons Issue #5
Review by Kip Dooley April 20, 2017
Battlefield’s ancient story provides new space for wonder
Review by Rachel Teagle April 18, 2017
Mixed Blood stages Qui Nguyen’s pop culture infused sex comedy about his parents
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller April 17, 2017
Are you sure you're getting representation right?
Review by Erin Roberts April 13, 2017
Blog post by Kip Dooley April 11, 2017
New play by veteran writer Lee Blessing finds its feet at The Playwrights' Center
Review by Hailey Colwell April 11, 2017
by Steven LaVigne April 11, 2017
The Importance of Theater Icons issue #4
Blog post by Hailey Colwell April 11, 2017
Be it in Burnsville or on cable TV, comedy can pack a (sometimes misinterpreted) political punch
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller April 10, 2017
Lack of context strikes again!
by Ira Brooker April 6, 2017
Freshwater’s My Life Through History is full of ideas, for better or for worse.
by Becca Hart April 4, 2017
Review by Kip Dooley April 4, 2017
Jessica Huang’s new play is compelling, if not uniformly coherent.