Posted Oct. 8
News and notes | Tradition
Halloween is coming. Are you prepared?
by Ira Brooker • Oct. 6
A search for scary theater begins with Workhaus Collective's atmospheric New Orleans story.
by Ira Brooker • Oct. 4
An intimate arts evening and a gala extravaganza throw a spotlight on all the amazing theater in between.
Posted Oct. 1
News and notes | Audience | Criticism | Social Service
Three productions in Minnesota have sparked some controversy. Are we learning anything from our arguments?
by County Seat Theater Company • Sep. 29
The only full-season theater in Carlton County gives the people what they want - and maybe a bit of what they need.
by Ricardo Vazquez • Sep. 26
The Unit Collective's inclusive experimentation made Ricardo Vazquez feel truly at home on the local stage.
Posted Sep. 24
News and notes | Audience | Process | Tradition
The Iveys have come and gone, but marriage, insurance and unemployment are here to stay.
by Jon Ferguson • Sep. 22
Jon Ferguson found inspiration from humble beauty at Open Eye to a bracing classic at the Guthrie.
by Tane S. Danger • Sep. 18
An entire night for politicians to woo artists and not a single one thought to wear a beret.
Posted Sep. 16
News and notes |
A farewell to Callboard, a look back at Fringe and the ongoing saga of 'Miss Saigon.'
Matthew Foster is communications director for the Minnesota Fringe Festival, writes plays for the Ministry of Cultural Warfare, does graphic design for public-policy organizations, and was a co-founder of this-here Web site.
See it this week at Artspace at the Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art in Minneapolis. Presented by Dark & Stormy Productions.
Mel Day assistant directs The Receptionist playing at Artspace at the Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art this month.
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