Here are some of our reader's bests of 2017.
A collection of coversations with Minnesota Playwrights
Our collection of the 2017 Minnesota Fringe Festival from the eyes, ears, and noses of our blogging team.
A collection of interviews with Playwrights who takcle history as part of their subject matter.
Do you know your theatrical history? Check out our ongoing series on theatrical icons.
We invited six notable Twin Cities artists who are know both for their high quality artistry and their work in community to a conversation. Listen to the podcast.
We experiment with the dialogue format for a discussion of the difference between local theater and film.
Introducing a unique new comic--Scene by Becca Hart. Follow along on her adventures in the Twin Cities theater scene.
Let us be your 2016 travel guide to the peaks and valleys of the Fringe universe.
Take a trip down memory lane. Put what you find on stage.
Though much more modest than the Iveys, the Sage Awards have bring a different kind of pleasure.
We invited 6 notable Twin Cities directors to compare notes about the craft of directing.
Every year, in September, we welcome the new theater season with a few essays on what was great in the last theater season. It's like a memorial of inherently ephemeral excellence, and a pray for even better stuff to come.
Enjoy a different writer each day. What will they think of next?
What role does theater criticism play in the performing arts in the information age?
Notable Minnesota artists from different parts of the community share their recollections in these short video interviews.
In this section you can brush up on everything from how to write press releases and use social media to how to think about subscribers, find emergency resources, and avoid copyright infringement.
You may have gotten interested in theater because you want to change the world.
What information do performing artists need to be ready to get on stage, move to L.A., or produce their own voice?
These fringe bloggers gave you a taste of fringe universes you did not have time to visit yourself in 2014.