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  • Beautiful Thing

    published February 22, 2012

    What makes a musical? Over the past two seasons, Theatre Latte Da has explored the outer edges where theater and drama merge, first with last... More >>

  • Buzzer

    published February 15, 2012

    Playwright Tracey Scott Wilson approaches America's uneasy relationship with race head-on in her latest work, which receives its world premiere at... More >>

  • Dial M for Murder

    published February 1, 2012

    The Jungle Theater founder Bain Boehlke is set to return to the stage with the thriller Dial M for Murder, Frederick Knotts's 1952 play... More >>

  • Carlyle Brown looks to mixed-race relationships in 'American Family'
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    Carlyle Brown looks to mixed-race relationships in 'American Family'

    published Mar 22, 2012

    ​​Carlyle Brown drew on a subject close to home for his latest work, American Family. In it, a blended, mixed-race family works to bridge longstanding gaps. "I'm in a mixed-race family, and the co... More >>

  • Hay Fever at Guthrie Theater

    published March 21, 2012

    It's probably ironic that the name of the family in Noël Coward's comedy of discomfort is Bliss, as there is little of that in the country... More >>

  • Edith Can Shoot Things at Mu Performing Arts

    published March 21, 2012

    You might think that living all alone out in the country, away from the crowds and traffic and noisy bustle of modern America, would be a... More >>

  • 'Lizzie Bright' makes it halfway home; 'Minnecanos' delights with oft-hidden tale
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    'Lizzie Bright' makes it halfway home; 'Minnecanos' delights with oft-hidden tale

    published Mar 20, 2012

    ​There's no doubt that Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy deals with important issues that still swirl around our society today, from racism and the assumed inferiority of the "other" to the inte... More >>

  • Shatner's World: We Just Live in It

    published March 14, 2012

    William Shatner has gone boldly across the galaxy, pitched discount hotel rooms and airline tickets, written best-selling books, recorded a string... More >>

  • The Sorcerer's Apprentice

    published February 8, 2012

    For the first time in nearly five years, Michael Sommers presents a brand-new, full-length puppet show at Open Eye Figure Theatre. This time,... More >>

  • Latest Mu show looks at kids who are always home alone
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    Latest Mu show looks at kids who are always home alone

    published Mar 15, 2012

    ​Growing up alone has been a part of the American experience for many kids for generations. The effect this has can be debated, but it's clear that the topic can make for great drama. That's true in... More >>

  • CTC brings real-life event to stage in 'Lizzie Bright'
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    CTC brings real-life event to stage in 'Lizzie Bright'

    published Mar 14, 2012

    ​Children's Theatre Company's artistic director Peter Brosius has a lot of hopes for the audience when they come to the company's new production, Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy."I hope their ... More >>

  • The Story of My Life at Illusion Theater

    published March 14, 2012

    On an all-white set that is quickly revealed to be the inner mind of best-selling writer Thomas Weaver, Neil Bartman and Brian Hill's The... More >>

  • Babel at Nimbus Theatre

    published March 14, 2012

    Josh Cragun's new work at Nimbus—about a fantastical, possibly infinite library, an order of librarian monks, the chance of immortality,... More >>

  • 'Hay Fever' at the Guthrie to bring authentic Noel Coward touches
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    'Hay Fever' at the Guthrie to bring authentic Noel Coward touches

    published Mar 13, 2012

    ​While preparing for his role in Noel Coward's Hay Fever at the Guthrie Theater, actor Simon Jones would sometimes think of a framed letter he has at home from the famed writer to playwright Roderic... More >>

  • 'Babel' collapses under its own weight
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    'Babel' collapses under its own weight

    published Mar 12, 2012

    ​I was thinking about the term "half-baked" while watching Babel, the latest piece from Nimbus Theatre. More often than not, it means something that's off kilter. But it also seems that there's a mo... More >>

  • MMT's Kevin Hansen ready for final turn
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    MMT's Kevin Hansen ready for final turn

    published Mar 09, 2012

    ​Serendipity is at the heart of the long history of Minneapolis Musical Theatre, note co-founders Kevin Hansen and Steven Meerdink. "There would be no Minneapolis Musical Theatre if Kevin hadn't bee... More >>

  • 'Coco's Diary' reminds us that change is relative
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    'Coco's Diary' reminds us that change is relative

    published Mar 07, 2012

    ​Like a lot of 13-year-olds, Clotilde Irvine isn't all that fond of school, is intrigued by the feelings she has for boys, and wishes she had more independence than her parents are willing to give h... More >>

  • The Birds at the Guthrie

    published March 7, 2012

    In the program notes for The Birds, playwright Conor McPherson talks about his youthful love of George A. Romero's zombie movies. It's... More >>

  • Spotlight: T Bone N Weasel

    published March 7, 2012

    The plight of the starving class is front and center in Jon Klein's cutting comedy, as a pair of ex-cons drift through life in South Carolina,... More >>

  • Theatre Novi Most's latest work is a real 'Picnic'
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    Theatre Novi Most's latest work is a real 'Picnic'

    published Mar 06, 2012

    ​Coming face to face with a pair of absurdist short plays certainly made for an unusual Sunday evening -- no catching up on Downton Abbey or watching a Latino-themed NBA double header for me -- but ... More >>

  • Latest Guthrie production is for the birds
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    Latest Guthrie production is for the birds

    published Mar 02, 2012

    ​In the program notes for The Birds, playwright Conor McPherson talks about his youthful love of George A. Romero's zombie movies. It's an easy connection to see, as the play -- just like the origin... More >>

  • Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

    published January 18, 2012

    An intriguing cast of local favorites, a Tony nominee, and a television performer with ties to the Guthrie will take the stage for the theater's... More >>

  • Nimbus explores Borges and 'Babel'
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    Nimbus explores Borges and 'Babel'

    published Mar 01, 2012

    ​You can't accuse Josh Cragun of thinking small with his latest work, Babel, opening this week at Nimbus. It's set in a seemingly endless library, with secret societies, ties to some of humankind's ... More >>

  • Children's Theatre Company unveils 2012-13 season
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    Children's Theatre Company unveils 2012-13 season

    published Feb 29, 2012

    ​Two world premieres and a double-dose of Seuss -- including an American debut -- are on the docket for the 2012-13 season of the Children's Theatre Company."We want work that uses theatrical vitali... More >>

  • Beautiful Thing at the Lab Theater

    published February 29, 2012

    Jonathan Harvey's Beautiful Thing is set just two decades in the past, but it seems to be a whole different world. There are no cell... More >>

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