Notable Minnesota artists from different parts of the community share their recollections in these short video interviews. From Marcus Dilliard to Judith Brin Ingber, Patrick Coyle to Faye Price, you can learn a lot from these local legends.
Stephen D'Ambrose and Barbara Kingsley have built lives as actors in this community that so many admire. They're also such great fun to talk with.
How do you put politics into dance? Or build a queer-identified space where straights feel welcome? Why do it at all? Patrick Scully answers ...
From the birth of the NEA to the battle fields in Minnesota, Patrick Scully explains the "Culture Wars" coherently, vividly, and quickly.
By the mid-90s, the Twin Cities suddenly appeared to be crawling with scrappy, spunky, young, and tiny independent new theaters. Carolyn Pool dove right in.
Sheila Livingston has been associated with the Guthrie Theater since its earliest days in 1961 when she joined Stagehands, the Guthrie’s volunteer organization,
Mixed Blood, Penumbra, August Wilson, New York, the Guthrie, Pillsbury House; Faye Price is on quite a journey.
Jungle Theater Artistic Director Bain Boehlke and Associate AD Joel Sass explain in a video interview how they think about the plays they put on the stage.
From religion to Minnesota's Legacy Amendment to health care reform, one of the forces behind Jeune Lune speaks.
The prolific, ubiquitous, droll, jocular, successful and local playwright Jeffrey Hatcher sits for a video interview on the state of playwrighting.