The dark delights of The Scarecrow and His Servant
By Ed Huyck
Community of performers excel in Our Town
Rapture: Where did all the artists go?
Strumply Peter recreates the madcap imagination of childhood
A violent acts haunts the characters in Gidion's Knot
The Music Man like you've never seen him
The Ballad of Emmett Till devastates and triumphs
Ash Land floats on dusty dreams of Cinderella
7. Michael Gruber, Irving Berlin's Easter Parade, Chanhassen Dinner Theatres. A hoofer, charmer, and old-school cad.
8. Stephen Pelinski, Democracy, Park Square Theatre. Willy Brandt as existential hero.
9. Sarah Agnew, Major Barbara, Guthrie Theater. A wry heroine in love with the big picture—and herself.
10. Bob Davis, Richard III, Ten Thousand Things. He'd dance a jig on your grave and then seduce your widow.