Review by Theresa J. Beckhusen May 23, 2017
Mu Performing Arts provides a vaudevillian unpacking of racism
Review by Erin Roberts May 16, 2017
Exploring the paradox between simple meaningful connection and complicated isolation.
Review by Rachel Teagle May 16, 2017
Ten Thousand Things Weaves a Rich Tapestry of Yearning
Review by Ira Brooker May 9, 2017
Hero Now Theatre’s The Turn of the Screw finds big things in small packages By Ira Brooker
Review by Kory Pullam May 2, 2017
A show that has sparked some heated discourse.
Review by Rachel Teagle May 2, 2017
Embryo screening cracks open a fraught sibling relationship in Good Egg.
Review by Hailey Colwell May 1, 2017
Le Petit Moulin mixes dance, music and theater for a fun show that was light on story.
Review by Erin Roberts April 25, 2017
An interesting look at theatre confronting our dependence on technology
Review by Theresa J. Beckhusen April 25, 2017
The Great Divide plays at Pillsbury House + Theater - review - magazine - Minnesota Playlist
Review by Becca Hart April 25, 2017
Scene 45: Review of One Man, Two Guvnors
Review by Becca Hart April 20, 2017
Scene 44: Review of The Secret Garden
Review by Kip Dooley April 20, 2017
Battlefield’s ancient story provides new space for wonder
Review by Rachel Teagle April 18, 2017
Mixed Blood stages Qui Nguyen’s pop culture infused sex comedy about his parents
Review by Erin Roberts April 13, 2017
Review by Hailey Colwell April 11, 2017
Review by Kip Dooley April 4, 2017
Jessica Huang’s new play is compelling, if not uniformly coherent.
Review by Kip Dooley March 28, 2017
New Macbeth adaptation moves quickly and keeps its hands clean
Review by Hailey Colwell March 21, 2017
Gadfly’s show tells of homeless youth and how to get involved in helping them.
Review by Hailey Colwell March 14, 2017
In producing absurdity, must we sacrifice humanity?
Review by Erin Roberts March 7, 2017
The Royal Family at the Guthrie: a choice in conflict with its direction.
Review by Kip Dooley March 7, 2017
Savage Umbrella’s adaptation paints a nice picture, but fails to translate the heart of Edna’s story.