by Laura Holway • Sep. 11
Shadow puppets and sweaty comedians gave Laura Holway a new outlook on audience participation.
Posted Sep. 9
News and notes |
A controversial production, a life-risking artist and a sparkly awards show in this week's News & Notes.
by Ira Brooker • Sep. 8
Four Humors' Fringe hit had a certain look that held Ira Brooker's gaze.
by Samantha Johns • Sep. 3
Samantha Johns' favorite performances of the season run the gamut and then some.
Posted Sep. 2
Derek Lee Miller takes over News & Notes with a mighty burst of information and opinion.
by Matt Dawson • Aug. 22
A Pioneer Press article wonders if Minnesota arts are worth the money. Matt Dawson crunches the numbers.
by Playlist Bloggers • Aug. 12
Fringe is over, long live the Fringe!
by Christopher Kehoe • Jul. 29
A remembrance of local stage manager Adam Ehret makes a case for behind-the-scenes workers as legitimate artists.
by Kenna Cottman • Aug. 11
the end, im a sunday Fringe go-er, thanks for reading stay in touch
by Lisa Hu • Aug. 11
Laughter = entertainment?
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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