Review by Shy Iverson December 5, 2017
Specifically ‘Peterson,’ Theatre Latte Da’s “A Christmas Carole Peterson” could just as well be yours
Review by Erin Roberts November 24, 2017
Grandma’s moving in. She’s packed her roller skates, her Jim Croce record and two live grenades.
Review by Brian Lenz November 14, 2017
The Marriage of Figaro @ MN Opera
Review by Erin Roberts November 14, 2017
Mixed Blood continues to hold up the mirror
Review by Erin Roberts November 7, 2017
(or, as promised, Ahab still fails to snag the ‘D’)
Review by Kasey McKee November 7, 2017
Park Square Theater's Hamlet
Review by Erin Roberts November 2, 2017
Sharing a drink we call loneliness is better than drinking alone
Review by Ira Brooker October 31, 2017
Opening night of the festival is one of identity and duality
Review by Shy Iverson October 17, 2017
“Irving Berlin’s Music Box Revue 1921” struggles to keep itself inflated
Ye Gods, people, just go see this show!
Review by Brian Lenz October 17, 2017
Minnesota Opera offers a masterful production
Review by Becca Hart October 3, 2017
mONSTER has so much else going on.
Review by Erin Roberts October 3, 2017
Park Square uses comedy to quell the fear of starting over
Review by Rachel Teagle October 3, 2017
Sam Graber's new play mONSTER lurks in the early days of the internet
Review by Brian Lenz October 3, 2017
Theatre Elision presents a bold unknown work
Review by Ira Brooker September 26, 2017
Thoughts on Johns and Larson's Phlooky Voga
Review by Brian Lenz September 26, 2017
The Guthrie Theater's "Mala" is an emotional triumph
Review by Erin Roberts September 26, 2017
It’s ≈[almost equal to] success, right?
Review by Rachel Teagle September 19, 2017
Ex-Gays: Not a Str8 Remounts put the audience through a campy and heartbreaking journey
Review by Brian Lenz September 19, 2017
Children’s Theatre Company presents new hockey musical "The Abominables"
Review by Shy Iverson September 19, 2017
Theatre Latté Da’s conceptual Man of La Mancha narrows the focus of the impossible dream