Review by Hailey Colwell March 21, 2017
Gadfly’s show tells of homeless youth and how to get involved in helping them.
Review by Hailey Colwell March 14, 2017
In producing absurdity, must we sacrifice humanity?
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.
Review by Kip Dooley February 22, 2017
Tackling an Oscar Wilde classic, Four Humors finds laughter, little more.
Review by Hailey Colwell February 7, 2017
The Highwaymen shows us the price — in lives — of progress.
Review by Hailey Colwell February 1, 2017
See this cathartic play here, then help bring it closer to home.
Review by Cecilia Johnson January 26, 2017
What does one of greatest dramatists have to say about men who think women are property?
Review by Hailey Colwell January 25, 2017
The new administration inaugurates some great work from the Moving Company.
Review by Ira Brooker January 17, 2017
This ambitious production ties together a lot to make this show work.
Review by Hailey Colwell January 8, 2017
A new play tells a compelling personal history and inspires reflection on how far we've come.
Review by Rachel Teagle December 19, 2016
An old story with new twists heats up neighborhood.
Review by Hailey Colwell December 14, 2016
A new play asks whether being a bad person on social media make you bad IRL.
Review by Ira Brooker December 13, 2016
C Denby Swanson's excellent play adds to the idea of Minnesotan as pop culture icon.
Review by Ira Brooker November 30, 2016
The History Theatre keeps reviving this play for a reason--it's good.
Review by Sophie Kerman November 8, 2016
In an abandoned old grocery store, Frank stages an engaging parable.
Review by Ira Brooker October 30, 2016
Does the annual TCHF #5 keep their offerings fresh, and bloody, this year?
Review by Sophie Kerman October 13, 2016
This worthwhile exploration of a Finnish epic isn't quite fulfilling its potential yet.
Review by Sophie Kerman October 5, 2016
An excellent adaptation and staging of a classic play brings the politics without heavy-handedness
Review by Sophie Kerman September 29, 2016
This uneven yet beautiful play confronts the headlines that won't stop.