7 days ago | Theater
One of the most indelible images from Danny Boyle's film version of Trainspotting is when a heroin addict wakes up in a strange bed, covered in shit. The guy is understandably weirded out, especially as he realizes he is in the comfy home of his n...
11 days ago
13 days ago | Theater
"To sing a song that was old sung," the narrator intones at the top of Shakespeare's Pericles. Joseph Haj makes the music ring out in his Guthrie debut, as he takes one of Shakespeare's "trouble" plays and makes it a joyful, moving exp...
14 days ago | Theater
Dear World is one strange mumbo jumbo. It's a musical soaked in political allegory and wrapped around a sweet romance, based on a play written in occupied Paris during World War II. At a charming cafe, a prospector angrily sits down and rejects an...
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20 days ago | Theater
It’s January in Minnesota. That means the weather is frightful. The (insert local sports team here) are an unwatchable mess, and everyone is starting to go a little stir crazy. January also used to be slow on the theater front, but that’s changed ...