Why another Shakespeare festival?

Production

Celebrations of the Bard are coming hot and heavy this year. A founder of a new Shakespeare film fest explains why we can't have too many.

REVIEW: 'Detroit' at The Jungle Theater

Criticism

The Jungle's latest is well-written, well-produced, well-acted and well worth seeing. And yet...

BLOG: Straight Talk for Straight Guys

Audience | Production

The New York Times says straight men don't like Broadway anymore. (Wait... they did before?)

Playlist profile: Kurt Kwan

"I wish I was excited as a theater artist to see more theater. How do we get theaters to really encourage artists to come see the work?"

BLOG: It's Finally (FINALLY!) Spring

Signs of spring, politics, and a play that can't seem to settle in one theater.

The pros and cons of less traditional spaces

Production

Laura Holway loves a nontraditional performance space, but there are always some trade-offs involved.

Improv for civic good

Social Service

Businesses are starting to catch on, but what will it take to get the general public saying, "Yes, and...?"

BLOG: Following Up

Fringe | Greater Minnesota | Production | Social Service | Tradition

Some of the stories we talked about before have continued on. Let's follow them again!

Making theater from Grand Rapids to Minneapolis

Greater Minnesota

A small-town theater company treks to the Twin Cities and learns a bit about itself along the way.

Reviewing the reviews: Who is this for?

Criticism

A reader wonders who a review of 'Othello' was meant for, and it's not an easy answer.