Review by Hailey Colwell June 6, 2017
Theatre Pro Rata’s story of a man who went ‘Up’ comments on finding and chasing dreams.
Review by Kory Pullam June 6, 2017
Refugia at The Guthrie tries to address too much with too little wind at its back.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller June 5, 2017
Getting the rights doesn't get you everything you want
Profile by Tanner Curl May 30, 2017
Allison Witham defies expectations of female actors
Review by Becca Hart May 30, 2017
An ambitious debut with too many ingredients
Blog post by Hailey Colwell May 30, 2017
Led by five Twin Cities theater veterans, Full Circle Theater Company is putting a diverse set of voices not just onstage, but into practice.
Review by Erin Roberts May 30, 2017
The title character has a lot of things to say, but sadly everyone seems to overlook Amy’s View
Blog post by Rachel Teagle May 30, 2017
Savage Umbrella’s Night of New Works Offers a Look Behind the Curtain of Work in Progress
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller May 29, 2017
by Gina Musto May 23, 2017
Prime Production’s gives us a cast that we rarely see
Review by Theresa J. Beckhusen May 23, 2017
Mu Performing Arts provides a vaudevillian unpacking of racism
Interview by Rachel Teagle May 23, 2017
Conversations with Playwrights about Writing from History Today
Blog post by Sheila Smith May 23, 2017
What Creative Minnesota 2017 Found Out about Minnesota’s Theater Sector
Blog post by Justin Maxwell May 23, 2017
The first in our Here/There series
Blog post by Steven LaVigne May 16, 2017
The importance of Theatre Icons Issue #7
Review by Erin Roberts May 16, 2017
Exploring the paradox between simple meaningful connection and complicated isolation.
Review by Rachel Teagle May 16, 2017
Ten Thousand Things Weaves a Rich Tapestry of Yearning
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller May 15, 2017
Seriously it is mostly news.
by Hailey Colwell May 9, 2017
Sweet Land the musical is a prime example of whitewashing the immigrant experience at a time when we need quite the opposite.
Flashback-filled Redemption follows two people re-building their lives after prison.
20% Theatre’s 2017 new works series premieres varied, nuanced tales of the queer experience.