Blog post by Derek Lee Miller December 20, 2016
Stallone won't be the next NEA chair, but he's probably better than whatever the reality will be.
Review by Rachel Teagle December 19, 2016
An old story with new twists heats up neighborhood.
Review by Hailey Colwell December 14, 2016
A new play asks whether being a bad person on social media make you bad IRL.
Review by Ira Brooker December 13, 2016
C Denby Swanson's excellent play adds to the idea of Minnesotan as pop culture icon.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller December 12, 2016
Actors in LA lose again in their fight to not be paid; also, good luck buying those Hamilton tickets
by John Heimbuch December 12, 2016
Playwright John Heimbuch muses on the need for inspiration and tradition during the holiday season.
by Becca Hart December 7, 2016
"Baltimore is Burning" screams an undeniable message.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller December 5, 2016
What, if anything, is theater's role in this "new" era?
by Rachel Teagle December 4, 2016
So what if you fell asleep in it as a child? You know you're going to bring your own kid there eventually.
Review by Ira Brooker November 30, 2016
The History Theatre keeps reviving this play for a reason--it's good.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller November 29, 2016
Is theater really a "safe and special place"?
by Gina Musto November 28, 2016
Gina shares her experiences trying to build a career in the Twin Cities.
by Becca Hart November 24, 2016
Now is the time to think through your giving thanks lists and maybe ask a friend.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller November 22, 2016
How else can I portmanteau this?
Interview by Lucas Skjaret November 20, 2016
You can make a living as a props designer, if you can work 40-55 shows a year.
by Steven LaVigne November 16, 2016
Steven LaVigne finished his year long series of essays with all the rest of his favorites.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller November 15, 2016
Good lord, you know which one
by Becca Hart November 14, 2016
What do we do in these times?
by MinnesotaPlaylist November 14, 2016
Do you know what your intention is when you make art?
by Steven LaVigne November 10, 2016
These three musicals will get under your skin.
Review by Sophie Kerman November 8, 2016
In an abandoned old grocery store, Frank stages an engaging parable.