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Simplicity as perfection

Bucket Brigade's Til Death: A Marriage Musical hits all the right notes.

Paul Robeson, Bert Williams, Bill Robinson

The Importance of Theatre Icons Issue #18

Looking for my birthday present

And having a darn hard time finding one

Today’s cover: Breaking Language with Rachel Jendrzejewski

Mapping the Imagination | Conversations with Twin Cities Playwrights


The Royale

The Royale
by Marco Ramirez

directed by Austene Van

Yellow Tree Theatre

February …


Make Believe Neighborhood

Make Believe Neighborhood celebrates Mr. Rogers and the neighborhood helpers he told us to look for – the ordinary people who do …


The Wiz

Ease on down the road with Dorothy and her friends in this dazzling mixture of rock, gospel and soul music. Embark on this Oz-some adventure …


Picasso at the Lapin Agile, By Steve Martin

Picasso at the Lapin Agile

by Steve Martin

Directed by Daniel K. McDermott

February 9-23, 2018

At Gremlin Theatre


From …

Inside a theater

Dialogue: A lazy summer conversation

Film and theater acting is different but not in the way people usually think.

Dialogue 2: Action films are static

What are the movies teaching us about action and inaction?

Behind the scenes of King Kong with green screen
Black Lives Matter protest on highway

Dialogue 3: Why passive super-heros with daddy issues?

This lazy summer conversation about theater and film storytelling continues with a third letter.

Dialogue 4: What else do I know about anything?

How quality suffers without diversity of experience

Suburban homes
Penelope from Savage Umbrella at the Fringe Festival

Dialogue 5: Theater is more fun to make than film

Theater is more fun to make than film and other reasons why it is healthier for you.

Dialogue 6: Defining magic

Kevin gets the last words in this on-going dialogue about the difference between film and theater.

El Mago by www.instagram.com/anvica_fotos/ (Creative Commons license)




Techs + Designers

“It's official: 'Hamilton' to hit Minneapolis for six-week run starting Aug. 29”

— Chris Hewitt

Black prisoners picking cotton Angola State Farm circa 1900


A follow up to reviews on MN Opera's Dead Man Walking

By Emilia Seay Allen

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