Review by Ira Brooker May 10, 2016
You couldn't get a ticket to Stephen King's horror classic turned opera so Ira reviews it for you.
by Becca Hart May 10, 2016
Where the perfect role calls to Becca but. . .
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller May 10, 2016
All of a sudden, Broadway is a beacon of diversity.
Interview by Lucas Skjaret May 8, 2016
How is an emerging playwright different than other theater artists?
by John Middleton May 3, 2016
Midtown returns with this cocktail recipe preview of "Complicated Fun"
Review by Becca Hart May 3, 2016
Becca has got news for you about "Kid-Simple"
by Derek Lee Miller May 3, 2016
More Shakespeare, and other such nonsense.
Review by Sophie Kerman May 2, 2016
Are you too "Minnesotan" to enjoy this well-calibrated, intense family drama?
by Sophie Kerman April 26, 2016
Sophie tries to draw some conclusions from the announcement of Park Square and the Guthrie's seasons.
by Derek Lee Miller April 26, 2016
Join his undying 400-year-reign.
Review by Becca Hart April 26, 2016
Constellations floats skyward on the power of artistic design and acting.
by Steven LaVigne April 25, 2016
His obsession continues: our writer finds more old musicals from famous names for you to produce.
Review by Ira Brooker April 20, 2016
Workhaus Collective's last production is a multi-media marvel.
by Becca Hart April 19, 2016
Becca captures a common, complex feeling among theater artists.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller April 19, 2016
by Adam Levonian April 18, 2016
Public readings invite us to re-evaluate the conventions we assume theater requires.
by Derek Lee Miller April 12, 2016
What universally-loved thing can we hate today?
Review by Becca Hart April 11, 2016
Our illustrator responds to Bradley Greenwald's new adaptation of Cyrano.
Review by Sophie Kerman April 11, 2016
Should we even mention all the ideas in this cheerful play or just tell you how much fun you will have?
Interview by Lucas Skjaret April 11, 2016
If stage managers are the unseen heros of the theater, how do we find the unsung heros of the future?
Review by Sophie Kerman April 5, 2016
New Epic Theater hits the masculinity of Shakespeare's Coriolanus as though it were Fight Club.