Blog post by Derek Lee Miller November 7, 2016
You know the one.
by MinnesotaPlaylist November 5, 2016
What if the process is great but the product is not?
by Steven LaVigne November 2, 2016
Even beyond "Chicago" and "Cabaret" are four more brilliant, lesser-produced musicals.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller October 31, 2016
On forward-thinking or backward-thinking Shakespeare.
Review by Ira Brooker October 30, 2016
Does the annual TCHF #5 keep their offerings fresh, and bloody, this year?
by Becca Hart October 26, 2016
by Sophie Kerman October 26, 2016
Sophie considers this past weekend's "Theater in 2060" discussion at the Playwrights' Center.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller October 25, 2016
Meditations on changes and endings at the turning of the seasons.
Interview by MinnesotaPlaylist October 24, 2016
When you emphasize community in your work, are you de-emphasizing quality?
Interview by MinnesotaPlaylist October 20, 2016
As the conversation continues, the panel tries to figure why or if art has been separated from community.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller October 18, 2016
The death of Dario Fo; plus other news that actually pretty nice.
by Jared Mink October 16, 2016
How do we solve theater's smart phone problem?
Review by Sophie Kerman October 13, 2016
This worthwhile exploration of a Finnish epic isn't quite fulfilling its potential yet.
by Becca Hart October 12, 2016
Remember what you love and let that move you forward.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller October 11, 2016
The festival's executive director steps down.
Interview by MinnesotaPlaylist October 10, 2016
Listen to the beginning of our podcast and hear the story of beginnings.
by Ira Brooker October 5, 2016
Can big city theater ever compare to the excitement that a play creates in a small town?
Review by Sophie Kerman October 5, 2016
An excellent adaptation and staging of a classic play brings the politics without heavy-handedness
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller October 4, 2016
Forget the curse of the Phantom; fear the curse of assembling unrelated anecdotes.
by MinnesotaPlaylist October 3, 2016
Is art for the community in opposition to art for art's sake?
Review by Sophie Kerman September 29, 2016
This uneven yet beautiful play confronts the headlines that won't stop.