Blog post by Derek Lee Miller November 3, 2015
A landmark theater is available to the right buyer, and plenty of stuff that people are mad about.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller October 27, 2015
Opinions fly round the internet on Shakespeare, Equity, Diversity, and The Bodyguard.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller October 20, 2015
Who's the new Guthrie Production director? What is the Year of Jubilee? And more news and notes. . .
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller October 13, 2015
Today is a choose your-own-controversary day, with exciting local news on top.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller October 6, 2015
or "There's politics all up in my theater"
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller September 29, 2015
In this week's News and Notes: Kickstarter is changing and not changing all at once.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller September 22, 2015
Derek brings you his take on this year's Ivey event, and a few other things.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller September 15, 2015
Does a change at the top mean a change on the stage?
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller September 8, 2015
There are more ways to measure your worth than money, but cash still pays the bills.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller September 1, 2015
This week's News and Notes comes to you from the wilds of, somewhere.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller August 25, 2015
Somehow, it's still a fine time to be a white guy in theater.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller August 18, 2015
We have met the enemy, and he is us.
Blog post by Alan M. Berks August 17, 2015
Our last Fringe article for 2015. What should be different next year?
Blog post by Matthew Foster August 13, 2015
An long-time Fringe goer (and former staff) reflects on how the Fringe, and fringers, change over time.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller August 11, 2015
Other things were happening besides the Fringe. Catch up on this week's News and Notes.
Blog post by Hailey Colwell August 9, 2015
We're still going. Are you? Today's writer uses Fringe as an opportunity to travel beyond the familiar places she knows.
Blog post by Lisa Hu August 8, 2015
"Adventuring everywhere from a grassy hill to a church sanctuary, a backyard to the West Bank at night, I remembered the beauty of Fringe."
Blog post by Susannah Schwouweiler August 6, 2015
Mn Artists editor gets to know the Fringe Festival in a biblical way.
Blog post by Christopher Kehoe August 5, 2015
Conflicts of interest and a struggle between his attentions abound for this writer, director, performer at the Illusion.
Blog post by Ira Brooker August 4, 2015
"Fringe is just about the only place where you could hope to see four theater productions about outer-space travel back-to-back on a Monday evening.So that’s just what I did."
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller August 4, 2015
In this very special episode of Derek's News and Notes, you can experience Fringe Central without the next day hangover.