Posted Dec. 10
News and notes | Management | Production | Tradition
The Guthrie's big 50th season ends in deficit; or, How five decades can change you big time.
by Laurie Flanigan Hegge • Dec. 8
"Developing a Twitter strategy" may sound antithetical to art, but it's becoming essential for theater professionals.
by John Heimbuch • Dec. 5
When it comes to literary adaptations, is fidelity overrated?
Posted Dec. 3
News and notes | Innovation | Process
Selling tickets (or not), getting paid (or not), bread, puppets and, for some reason, a brief appearance by Isaac Mizrahi.
by Ira Brooker • Dec. 2
A New York Times piece looks at a crisis point for artists. So how bad is it out there?
Posted Nov. 26
News and notes | Social Service
An important arts philanthropist passes; but what kind of arts world to large donors help create?
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Nov. 24
We asked local theater folks to share what fills them with gratitude this Thanksgiving season.
by Ira Brooker • Nov. 22
As Thanksgiving draws near, an appreciation of an arts community that honors its dead and values its living.
Posted Nov. 19
News and notes | Fringe | Greater Minnesota | Tradition
...but, you know, you can always look to the future.
by Ira Brooker • Nov. 18
Sometimes a play is just a good evening's entertainment. Do we need theater to be more than that?
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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