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  • Between the Worlds

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    Between the Worlds

    BETWEEN THE WORLDS Interact Theatre at Mixed Blood Theatre through December 21 612.338.6131 Interact Theatre's shows consistently bob and weave through their thematic ocean--the realities of life with a disability--merrily skimming the surface, th...

    by Quinton Skinner on November 28, 2007
  • The Kids Aren't Alright - In 'Mr. Marmalade,' a child's fantasy world is no place for children or adults

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    The Kids Aren't Alright - In 'Mr. Marmalade,' a child's fantasy world is no place for children or adults

    MR. MARMALADE Walking Shadow Theatre Company at the Red Eye Theater through December 7 612.375.0300 The day that the national marketing juggernaut identified grade-schoolers as consumers surely represented a little death for American childhood...

    by Quinton Skinner on November 28, 2007
  • Article

    Culture Jamming

    TOP PICK - Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga (LucasArts) Nothing beats blasting Darth Maul to a pile of colorful, small plastic bricks. And now that this terrific video-game series (with brand-new levels and characters) has gone next-gen, it's ev...

    by Michael Gallucci on November 21, 2007
  • Shipside

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    Shipside

    SHIPSIDE Exposed Brick Theatre; at the Playwrights' Center through November 24 612.720.4852 Stacey Pashall's new play, set in the humble environs of an apartment in public housing, is based on the real-life tragedy of a local woman who attempted...

    by Quinton Skinner on November 21, 2007
  • No Business Like Show - The Mounds stages both a sendup and celebration of life in the theater

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    No Business Like Show - The Mounds stages both a sendup and celebration of life in the theater

    ANTON IN SHOW BUSINESS Starting Gate Productions at the Mounds Theatre through December 2 651.645.3503 Anton Chekhov's 1901 play Three Sisters addressed, roughly speaking, the problems of Russian gentry facing changing times at the turn of the...

    by Quinton Skinner on November 21, 2007
  • Culture Jamming

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    Culture Jamming

    TOP PICK - This Is England (Genius Products) Dread hangs heavily over this grim portrait of a young boy coming of age in early-'80s Britain (now out on DVD). After his father dies in the Falkland Wars, 12-year-old Shaun makes friends with an amia...

    by Michael Gallucci on November 14, 2007
  • The Ghosts Within - The repressed characters of Shining City are haunted in more ways than one

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    The Ghosts Within - The repressed characters of Shining City are haunted in more ways than one

    SHINING CITY at the Jungle Theater through December 23 612.822.7063 Anyone who delves into the lore of the supernatural--whether it's poltergeists bedeviling adolescents or ghosts lamenting the missed opportunities of their corporal lives--quickly ...

    by Quinton Skinner on November 14, 2007
  • Pen - at the Guthrie Theater Dowling Studio through November 25612.377.2224

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    Pen - at the Guthrie Theater Dowling Studio through November 25612.377.2224

    It's 1969, but instead of making the groovy scene, high school senior Matt (Marc Halsey) spends much of his time cooped up at home with cranky, paraplegic, divorced mother Helen (Michelle Barber). Matt himself is no prince; he's seeing a shrink afte...

    by Quinton Skinner on November 14, 2007
  • Culture Jamming

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    Culture Jamming

    TOP PICK -- Immagine in Cornice (Monkeywrench/Rhino) Pearl Jam visited Italy last year and played five concerts. This intimate DVD documents the shows and goes behind-the-scenes for acoustic performances and backstage musings. While several tunes...

    by Michael Gallucci on November 7, 2007
  • The Mother of Frankenstein - Theatre Unbound stages a thought-provoking play about Mary Shelley and her famous creation

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    The Mother of Frankenstein - Theatre Unbound stages a thought-provoking play about Mary Shelley and her famous creation

    More than a century before Boris Karloff glued those funny-looking bolts to the side of his head, 19-year-old Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein, or, the Modern Prometheus, a Gothic horror teeming with undercurrents of medical terror, unearthly technol...

    by Quinton Skinner on November 7, 2007
  • War with the Newts

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    War with the Newts

    Sandbox Theatre's hauntingly original, ensemble-created piece adapts Karel Capek's 1936 novel, in which an enterprising sea captain comes across a race of semi-intelligent amphibians who prove adept first at harvesting pearls, then at producing arma...

    by Quinton Skinner on November 7, 2007
  • A Gift for Planet BX63

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    A Gift for Planet BX63

    It's lonely out in space, as Bernie Taupin once noted, and in the intergalactic fairy tale A Gift for Planet BX63, a young girl (Jennifer Ilse) pines for some sense of fulfillment on her lonely planet. The scene is set by the Universe (Elena Gianett...

    by Quinton Skinner on October 31, 2007
  • A Closer Look at Evil - A new production of 'Richard III' paints an intimate portrait of Shakespeare's famous villain

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    A Closer Look at Evil - A new production of 'Richard III' paints an intimate portrait of Shakespeare's famous villain

    In his autobiography, Johnny Rotten cited an unlikely inspiration for his gnarly Sex Pistols persona--Laurence Olivier's performance in the title role of his 1955 film Richard III. Yet on closer examination, the linkage seems much less preposterous:...

    by Quinton Skinner on October 31, 2007
  • Culture Jamming

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    Culture Jamming

    TOP PICK -- Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron (LucasArts) One of our all-time favorite video-game series returns with a Han Solo-led, galaxy-spanning adventure for the PSP. A gang of space cowboys takes on the Empire in eye-popping locales...

    by Michael Gallucci on October 31, 2007
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    Culture Jamming

    A video game icon tops this week's pop culture picks. TOP PICK -- DK Jungle Climber (Nintendo) Gamedom's star monkey is still going strong after more than a quarter-century. Donkey Kong's latest adventure (for the DS) plays pretty much like...

    by Michael Gallucci on October 24, 2007
  • The Clean House - Spotlight

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    The Clean House - Spotlight

    At first glance, Sarah Ruhl's comedic drama possesses an alarming potential for clich. There's the hard-charging, career-consumed doctor, Lane (Hollis Resnik); her doormat housewife sister, Virginia (Karen Landry); and, mediating the two, Brazilian...

    by Quinton Skinner on October 24, 2007
  • Love Sucks - Jeune Lune's 'The Deception' takes a cynical look at romance

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    Love Sucks - Jeune Lune's 'The Deception' takes a cynical look at romance

    There ought to be a vast library, someplace suitably severe and picturesque, where the infinite falsehoods of romance could be catalogued and filed away. There are the lies we tell to those we love, to capture and keep them, as well as the lies we t...

    by Quinton Skinner on October 24, 2007
  • Culture Jamming

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    Culture Jamming

    TOP PICK - Bob Marley & the Wailers: Exodus (Island) The reggae icon's best album marks its 30th anniversary with a CD reissue that tags on a live DVD of a 1977 concert. Exodus--part political manifesto, part loverman come-on--features some of Mar...

    by Michael Gallucci on October 17, 2007
  • 3 Parts Dead

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    3 Parts Dead

    3 Parts Dead The Burning House Group; at Minneapolis Theater Garage through October 28 612.623.9396 Telling a good ghost story is a tricky task. The tale's internal logic has to be taut for the spooky bits to bite, and the characters have to b...

    by Quinton Skinner on October 17, 2007
  • Swing and a Miss - Twins Hero Kirby Puckett Had Many Flaws, and So Does a New Play About Him

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    Swing and a Miss - Twins Hero Kirby Puckett Had Many Flaws, and So Does a New Play About Him

    Kirby Puckett's descent into ill repute and his early demise were the stuff of deep tragedy. He rose from humble roots, performed acts of staggering baseball virtuosity, then was felled by fate (in the form of glaucoma) and subsequently brought low ...

    by Quinton Skinner on October 17, 2007
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