Review by Shy Iverson August 8, 2017
Artistry’s “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” holds itself together
Review by Ira Brooker August 4, 2017
2017 Fringe Festival Blogger Coverage Day 1
Review by Theresa J. Beckhusen August 1, 2017
One Twin Cities summer theatre camp offered kids a chance to sing and dance about the Declaration of Independence
Review by Becca Hart July 25, 2017
The Ever-Learning Actor reviews Don't Dress for Dinner
Review by Erin Roberts July 18, 2017
A Congress Full of Women? It’s About Time!
Review by Erin Roberts July 11, 2017
Review of Might as Well Be Dead: A Nero Wolfe Mystery
Review by Becca Hart July 11, 2017
Review of Sunday in the Park with George
Review by Erin Roberts July 4, 2017
Human Combat Chess 2017
Review by Ira Brooker June 24, 2017
An evening at the Twin Cities Improv Festival
Review by Erin Roberts June 22, 2017
The Baltimore Waltz takes a charming turn around love, loss, and an unconditional family bond.
Review by Erin Roberts June 20, 2017
...as one ‘storm’ of a woman proves that, eventually, water beats fire.
Review by Becca Hart June 20, 2017
Review of Much Ado About Nothing
Review by Hailey Colwell June 20, 2017
Skylark Opera’s Don Giovanni lets us walk all over a ‘20s nightclub
Review by Kit Bix June 16, 2017
The broadway tour of "An American in Paris"
Review by Becca Hart June 13, 2017
Aethem Theatre's production of Persuasion comes to life.
Review by Erin Roberts June 13, 2017
...and while this might have proven true, it was not in the way that I had hoped.
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.
Review by Becca Hart May 30, 2017
An ambitious debut with too many ingredients
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
Review by Theresa J. Beckhusen May 23, 2017
Mu Performing Arts provides a vaudevillian unpacking of racism