by Brian Beatty • May. 11
Audience | Vision
One performer's progression from caring about his audience to caring about his art.
Posted May. 9
After words |
I need theatre to yank me out my humdrum-ness and toss me some place I don’t necessarily want to be and then make me glad I paid for the privilege.
Posted May. 6
The vom |
If I’m constantly trying to improve my work as an artist and I consider myself far from great then how bad must my work have been even five years ago?
by Katharine Kelly • May. 4
To an artist owning a theater looks like a dream-come-true adventure. But to a spouse?
by Penelope Freeh • May. 2
Think dancers don't eat? Professional dancer & choreographer Penelope Freeh reveals the truth.
Posted May. 1
News and notes |
Find out who will be providing you with distracting reading material at work for the next two months.
by Matt Sciple • Apr. 28
Criticism | Vision
A dramatic dialogue in which theater addict Matt Sciple hides behind the fake moustache of satire to question the value of his chosen profession.
Posted Apr. 27
Special focus | Vision
John Olive reminisces about the early days of the Playwrights' Center.
News and notes | Management
Springboard will temporarily manage the McKnight dance and choreography fellowships previously administered by the Southern Theater.
by Marya Hornbacher • Apr. 25
Chicago and Minneapolis; Sex and Song; the practical and literal versus the conceptual and suggestive; the heart and body versus the mind.
See it this week at The Peoples Center Theater in Minneapolis. Presented by Candid Theater Co..
Matthew A. Everett moderates discussion of Thorns playing at The Warren Artist Habitat this month.
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