by Becca Hart March 7, 2017
For our institutions to present more diverse work they can't keep relying on the same old ingredients.
Review by Erin Roberts March 7, 2017
The Royal Family at the Guthrie: a choice in conflict with its direction.
Review by Kip Dooley March 7, 2017
Savage Umbrella’s adaptation paints a nice picture, but fails to translate the heart of Edna’s story.
Review by Rachel Teagle March 7, 2017
The Guthrie is Proud to Present a visceral new play about race and representation.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller March 7, 2017
How about some good news for a change?
by Steven LaVigne February 28, 2017
The Algonquin Round Table
by Derek Lee Miller February 28, 2017
Arm yourself with information.
by Becca Hart February 23, 2017
Visual reflection on Mu Performing Arts' production of Flower Drum Song
by Damon Runnals February 23, 2017
A welcome message from Playlist's new owner
Review by Kip Dooley February 22, 2017
Tackling an Oscar Wilde classic, Four Humors finds laughter, little more.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller February 20, 2017
The Academy is setting itself up for some stark choices.
by Becca Hart February 16, 2017
We have all been there, starting at images of ourselves, wondering...
by Hailey Colwell February 14, 2017
A condensed take on the classic opera is visceral and real.
The Jungle chose a fitting time to bring back this dark and poetic show.
by Rachel Teagle February 14, 2017
While all the ingredients are there, Walking Shadow’s Marie Antoinette never quite melds.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller February 13, 2017
In the search for both political and funding equity, you will have many strange bedfellows.
by Rachel Teagle February 7, 2017
To create something new, we must first love what is old
by Hailey Colwell February 7, 2017
Corazón Eterno breathes life and language into old tropes.
Review by Hailey Colwell February 7, 2017
The Highwaymen shows us the price — in lives — of progress.
by Derek Lee Miller February 6, 2017
Rejuvenating the forest
by Becca Hart February 2, 2017
If you're a theater-maker than every show you see is worthwhile.