by Becca Hart June 27, 2016
Because you're an actor, you can conquer the elements.
Review by Ira Brooker June 24, 2016
Find out what brings a young immigrant and Hulk Hogan together.
Review by Sophie Kerman June 21, 2016
Is an enjoyable rom-com like Le Switch a victory for gay rights?
by Becca Hart June 21, 2016
Where Becca discovers a fantastic theater she never visted before.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller June 21, 2016
The Hamilton saturation point; plus another fun Profiles Theater update!
by Steven LaVigne June 20, 2016
Learn more about one of Broadway's most eclectic composers.
by Sophie Kerman June 16, 2016
With the weather finally warm, why theater?
by Becca Hart June 15, 2016
You know you're in the middle of a run when. . .
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller June 14, 2016
Years of abuse at one Chicago theater, and what it means for the rest of us.
Review by Becca Hart June 9, 2016
Becca tries to explain Buried Child to an infant, metaphorically, sort of.
Video by MinnesotaPlaylist June 7, 2016
We created 3 short comic videos to demonstrate the tragedy of the current local hiring process.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller June 7, 2016
Is it a musical, an opera or a concert? Also, the 99-seat fight is finally heating up.
Review by Sophie Kerman June 5, 2016
Dark & Stormy's latest, while funny and interesting, isn't wierd enough.
Review by Cecilia Johnson June 2, 2016
Christina Ham's new play drags our overlooked past into the present moment.
by Becca Hart June 1, 2016
It's hard to spend time in a room without windows in the summer.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller May 31, 2016
This week everything connects back to something we've talked about before.
Review by Sophie Kerman May 25, 2016
Prepare to be moved.
Review by Becca Hart May 25, 2016
Becca sees The Changeling from Ten Thousand Things
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller May 24, 2016
The will of the people is our most important value, except those times that it's not.
by Steven LaVigne May 23, 2016
True story: When a warehouse in Secaucus, NJ is unexpectedly open, music theater buffs react like they've found King Tut's tomb.
Review by Matthew Foster May 19, 2016
This witty company has gotten really good at the almost impossible task of adapting large literary classics.