Posted Oct. 21
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Here’s a brief round-up of comments/reactions to this weeks articles and items on Minnesota Playlist.
by Minnesota Playlist readers • Oct. 20
Submit new teams here. Competition is heating up and the public cries out for Craig Johnson to do a solo adaptation of The Importance of Being Earnest.
by Marya Hornbacher • Oct. 19
Playwright Winter Miller dances in a coffee shop, inverts self twice, and speaks to the matter of grace
by Alan M. Berks • Oct. 18
A rash of contemporary plays argue that you should throw off the chains of civilization and embrace your inner savage.
by Minnesota Playlist readers • Oct. 18
Accidental Death of an Anarchist is exuberant; The Pride closes; Anna Bella Eema hunts for a groove.
by John Middleton • Oct. 16
Wall Street, politics and a word for our sponsors.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Oct. 16
Innovation | Vision
This week, we have a bunch of new entries. Let them know what you think of their ideas.
by Levi Weinhagen • Oct. 12
Criticism | Process
A well done production hindered by adaptation choices.
by Minnesota Playlist readers • Oct. 12
Don't sit on the sidelines any longer. Enter your Fantasy Theater Team before next week's voting.
by Minnesota Playlist readers • Oct. 10
Check out our first round of performing arts "box scores," a shorthand way to find out about performances every night of the week.
See it this week at Theatre in the Round in Minneapolis. Presented by Theatre in the Round Players.
Andrew Troth produces Blood Brothers playing at Ames Center this month.
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