by Becca Hart September 28, 2016
What is the best way to admire a fellow actor?
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller September 27, 2016
The state of playwriting today; plus all the other stuff about the Ivey awards that I glossed over last week.
by Becca Hart September 22, 2016
Becca illustrates a few of the memorable moments at this year's awards ceremony.
Review by Ira Brooker September 20, 2016
Recover from your Ivey Awards hangover quick so you don't miss the great theater happening right now.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller September 20, 2016
A sober, backstage perspective.
Review by Sophie Kerman September 19, 2016
Short and, even better than, sweet
Review by Ira Brooker September 16, 2016
This unique festival of ghoulish delights has earned your attention.
Review by Sophie Kerman September 14, 2016
Is this new play at Mu going to be on your best of 2016-17 list?
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller September 13, 2016
A plethora of lawsuits, and what you should know about them.
Review by John Middleton September 12, 2016
Wendy, and this essay, provide a master class on the being truly funny.
Review by Jay Gabler September 8, 2016
Jay Gabler sees this play marking a new era in Twin Cities theater.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller September 5, 2016
We know what's not working. What is?
by Steven LaVigne September 5, 2016
The composer of Funny Girl, Gypsy, and more was amazingly able to work with many different lyricists.
by Becca Hart September 5, 2016
What do you do when the seasons change?
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller August 30, 2016
Women are still massively underrepresented in theater, and it's all of our faults.
Review by Becca Hart August 28, 2016
Are you a feet person or a dialogue person?
Discussion by Kevin Obsatz,
and Alan M. Berks
August 28, 2016
Kevin gets the last words in this on-going dialogue about the difference between film and theater.
by Becca Hart August 24, 2016
The new Harry Potter play inspires one of those moments.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller August 23, 2016
by Bill Stiteler August 21, 2016
One show wasn't seen at the fringe. Bill Stiteler makes the argument that you should care about that very much.
by Becca Hart August 18, 2016
A reminder as we say goodbye to this year's Fringe.