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.
Blog post by Sheila Smith April 4, 2017
Updates from Minnesota Citizens for the Arts
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller April 3, 2017
What the NEA funding fight is really about
Review by Kip Dooley March 28, 2017
New Macbeth adaptation moves quickly and keeps its hands clean
by Steven LaVigne March 28, 2017
The Importance of Theatre Icons Issue #3
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller March 27, 2017
Context. It actually DOES matter.
by Becca Hart March 21, 2017
A different type of double show day.
by Hailey Colwell March 21, 2017
The first of five conversations at Phoenix Theater got people talking about the role of artists in politics and social change.
Review by Hailey Colwell March 21, 2017
Gadfly’s show tells of homeless youth and how to get involved in helping them.
by Rachel Teagle March 21, 2017
A reading of Harrison David Rivers’ new karaoke-infused play warms a Tuesday night
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller March 20, 2017
Or, "So you want to trade the arts for things that go BOOM!"
by Steven LaVigne March 14, 2017
The Importance of Theatre Icons Issue #2
Review by Hailey Colwell March 14, 2017
In producing absurdity, must we sacrifice humanity?
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller March 13, 2017
It's still a little early to declare the NEA dead; it's also to early to say it will be just fine.