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  • 21 hours ago | Theater

    The Music Man is a machine of a musical. The score is memorable from the opening moments of the overture all the way through its triumphant ending. The tale of a town of stiff-necked Iowans falling for a flimflam man is well told, with a bright me...

  • 5 days ago | Theater

    Wednesday marked the end of a couple of busy days for Jeffrey Hatcher. After lead Steve Hendrickson was sidelined Friday by emergency surgery, Hatcher found himself wearing the deerstalker in Park Square Theatre's production of Sherlock Holmes and...

  • 6 days ago | Theater

    A trio of plays this month at Mixed Blood Theatre offers a far more nuanced look at the Arab-American experience than anything you are likely to see on TV or at the movies. The pieces, produced by New American Theatre Works, all have ties to Minne...

  • 7 days ago | Theater

    Decades of measured, often comedic exploration of upper-class New York city life obscured Woody Allen’s crazed origins. His early work, like Bananas and Sleeper, were loaded with madcap action, traditional slapstick, and modern-day farce. The same...

  • 8 days ago | Theater

    The Two Gentlemen of Verona isn't likely to be anyone's favorite Shakespeare play. The early work offers some insight into the ideas, characters, and situations that would fuel the Bard's work in the coming decades. The play itself is pretty ...

  • 10 days ago