by Rachel Teagle January 22, 2017
Can we be like sea otters and float off together into a bright future?
by Becca Hart January 19, 2017
Because winter comes with its own special improv rules.
Review by Ira Brooker January 17, 2017
This ambitious production ties together a lot to make this show work.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller January 16, 2017
Down and out with Big Bertha.
by Adam Levonian January 15, 2017
Learn about the battle to revive the Twin Cities stage combat community.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller January 10, 2017
And other tips to survive the new paradigm.
Review by Hailey Colwell January 8, 2017
A new play tells a compelling personal history and inspires reflection on how far we've come.
by Corrie Zoll January 8, 2017
Are Generation X leaders finally taking over the Minnesota arts scene? Who is it and what will it mean?
by Becca Hart January 3, 2017
How do you find a New Year's resolution that may actually make your life better?
by Daniel Alexander Jones January 3, 2017
"My memories of Laurie are all of her in motion. She charged the air around her. When she left a room, there was a wake, a tremble, like the sky, milliseconds after a flock of birds have flown across it."
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller January 3, 2017
Then we shall never speak of it again.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller December 27, 2016
But we did make it, so that's something.
by Becca Hart December 20, 2016
Becca's guardian angel tries to give her younger self some advice.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller December 20, 2016
Stallone won't be the next NEA chair, but he's probably better than whatever the reality will be.
Review by Rachel Teagle December 19, 2016
An old story with new twists heats up neighborhood.
Review by Hailey Colwell December 14, 2016
A new play asks whether being a bad person on social media make you bad IRL.
Review by Ira Brooker December 13, 2016
C Denby Swanson's excellent play adds to the idea of Minnesotan as pop culture icon.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller December 12, 2016
Actors in LA lose again in their fight to not be paid; also, good luck buying those Hamilton tickets
by John Heimbuch December 12, 2016
Playwright John Heimbuch muses on the need for inspiration and tradition during the holiday season.
by Becca Hart December 7, 2016
"Baltimore is Burning" screams an undeniable message.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller December 5, 2016
What, if anything, is theater's role in this "new" era?