Posted Sep. 8
News and notes | Social Service | Tradition | Vision
Phil Kilbourne benefit on Sept 12 at the Illusion; Park Square Theatre makes another bold move; and Broadway theater decides to adjust to an autistic audience.
by Ricardo Vazquez • Sep. 8
If theater writing were more like sportswriting, you would know more about the ins and outs of how actors do great work.
by Jeremy B. Cohen • Sep. 5
Criticism | Vision
The Playwrights' Center's new Artistic Director tells us why he feels at home here in the Twin Cities.
by Alan M. Berks • Sep. 5
Audience | Criticism | Vision
Challenging is a criteria for excellence that Minnesota may experience more in the year to come.
Posted Aug. 16
News and notes |
48,350 tickets were distributed to the 167 shows participating in the 11-day performing arts festival.
by Rebekah Rentzel • Aug. 15
Was it Good for You? Finding your Fringe Value System.
by John Middleton • Aug. 15
by Scott Pakudaitis • Aug. 14
That's all folks!
by Sarah Wash • Aug. 18
Fringe Lab 2011 Assessment Report
by Adam Whisner • Aug. 15
Change Agent and being an agent of change
See it this week at Illusion Theater in Minneapolis. Presented by Green T Productions.
Joy Donley Directed The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood playing at Donley backyard! this month.
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