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  • Fringe Day 8: A spooky tale
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    Fringe Day 8: A spooky tale

    published Aug 08, 2014

    The last days of the 2014 Minnesota Fringe Festival are upon us. That means the final chances to see this year's range of shows are here, right now. There are a couple of changes to the familiar sche... More >>

  • Kevin Kling heals with sound in <i>Hammer, Anvil, and Stirrup</i>
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    Kevin Kling heals with sound in Hammer, Anvil, and Stirrup

    published Aug 08, 2014

    A new Kevin Kling show is always something to be celebrated. For Hammer, Anvil, and Stirrup, you have to move fast to catch it. His latest collaboration at Open Eye Figure Theatre plays only through M... More >>

  • Fringe Day 7: Come watch the cats play
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    Fringe Day 7: Come watch the cats play

    published Aug 07, 2014

    I took Wednesday evening off from the Fringe, though not from the theater. Instead, I went over to Open Eye Figure Theatre to see Kevin Kling's rather Fringe-like Hammer, Anvil, and Stirrup. A review ... More >>

  • Fringe Day 6: In space, no one can hear you dance
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    Fringe Day 6: In space, no one can hear you dance

    published Aug 06, 2014

    The Minnesota Fringe Festival is a marathon of theater that can leave the viewer exhausted long before the final encore performances. Not only that, but there are more intriguing shows than even the ... More >>

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    Top five of Fringe Fest 2014 (so far)

    published August 6, 2014

    With 169 shows, the 2014 Minnesota Fringe Festival offers dizzying possibilities. The best I've seen thus far: Crime and... More >>

  • Fringe Day 5: Pick a show, any show
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    Fringe Day 5: Pick a show, any show

    published Aug 05, 2014

    The opening weekend of the 2014 Minnesota Fringe Festival saw steady attendance overall, and an increase in the average numbers for each performance. There were a total of 17,700 tickets sold over th... More >>

  • Fringe Days 2-4: Never fear, the actors will save America
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    Fringe Days 2-4: Never fear, the actors will save America

    published Aug 04, 2014

    The first weekend of the 2014 Minnesota Fringe Festival brought the usual cornucopia of long lines and sweaty runs to make it to the theater before the drop-dead door-closing deadline. Somehow, none ... More >>

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    Fringe Day 1: Running into inanimate objects

    published Aug 01, 2014

    Wandering around the Soap Factory Thursday evening, the biggest fear wasn't Live Action Set's spellbinding Crime and Punishment. No, it was whether or not my glasses were going to slip off and leave m... More >>

  • Crazyface

    published July 9, 2014

    Before terrorizing readers and moviegoers with the likes of The Books of Blood and Hellraiser, Clive Barker worked in theater.... More >>

  • Tech crews keep Fringe running behind the scenes
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    Tech crews keep Fringe running behind the scenes

    published Jul 30, 2014

    Making order out of the potential chaos -- and loss of blood -- are the hard working technical and house staff at each of the Minnesota Fringe Festival venues. They are in charge of keeping the clock ... More >>

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    There will be blood and chaos behind the stage at this year's Fringe

    published Jul 30, 2014

    There is a sense of danger at Fringe. Some of that is unintentional. Comedy Suitcase, the brainchild of Levi Weinhagen and Joshua English Scrimshaw, specializes in madcap, physical adventures. At time... More >>

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    Best bets from the 2014 Minnesota Fringe Festival

    published July 30, 2014

    There's nothing staid about the Minnesota Fringe Festival. It's a crazy patchwork of hundreds of actors and dancers presenting 169 shows at 15... More >>

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    Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike presents a Chekhovian world

    published Jul 29, 2014

    There's a high probability that your enjoyment of the Guthrie's Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike will be directly related to how familiar you are with the works of Anton Chekhov. The great Russian... More >>

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    Mu Performing Arts gives A Little Night Music new light

    published July 30, 2014

    You likely wouldn't equate Stephen Sondheim's elegant A Little Night Music with the rousing, simple spectacle of Miss Saigon,... More >>

  • Sex and sexuality explored in <i>AKA: Fathers/Sons</i>
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    Sex and sexuality explored in AKA: Fathers/Sons

    published Jul 25, 2014

    Talking about sex and sexuality isn't easy for fathers and sons. And it's not just about the discomfort that comes from talking about the personal, but the way men are taught to hide their emotions de... More >>

  • Guthrie presents modern take on Chekhov in <i>Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike</i>
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    Guthrie presents modern take on Chekhov in Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

    published Jul 24, 2014

    Director Joel Sass gets a chance to helm a work by one of his favorite playwrights with the Guthrie Theater's production of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. Christopher Durang earned the 2013 Ton... More >>

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    Brave New Workshop takes on American politics

    published July 23, 2014

    Perhaps it's telling that the political mood of the latest Brave New Workshop revue, The Wolf of Walmart, is one of exhaustion. In an... More >>

  • Bain Boehlke to retire from the Jungle in 2015
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    Bain Boehlke to retire from the Jungle in 2015

    published Jul 22, 2014

    Jungle Theater founder and guiding spirit Bain Boehlke will step aside after more than two decades in charge in June 2015. Boehlke, the company's artistic director, made the announcement Monday evenin... More >>

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    After the flood, Showboat rolls on

    published Jul 18, 2014

    A flooded parking lot couldn't stop the Centennial Showboat Players, who have finally been able to get a steady run of this year's melodrama, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (With Musical Olios), up and runni... More >>

  • The Red Box

    published May 28, 2014

    TheaterBeyond the delicious details of the various mysteries in Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe stories, the tales featured the intriguing dynamic... More >>

  • Love's Labor's Lost

    published July 9, 2014

    Those trying to complete the cycle of Shakespeare's plays will get a chance to see a rarely performed early comedy from the great English master... More >>

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    Minnesota mom loves the new Brave New Workshop show because of this one strange trick!

    published Jul 16, 2014

    The Brave New Workshop company laid bare most of the ills of first-world folks in the opening song of The Wolf of Walmart. Happy days are ruined within minutes of checking Facebook statuses, Twitter f... More >>

  • Love's Labor's Lost

    published July 9, 2014

    Those trying to complete the cycle of Shakespeare's plays will get a chance to see a rarely performed early comedy from the great English master... More >>

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    Crazyface showcases horror master Clive Barker

    published July 16, 2014

    At its best, Clive Barker's Crazyface should be a mix of Candide and a Hieronymus Bosch painting — a picaresque journey... More >>

  • Pawns are pushed and swords clash in <i>Human Combat Chess</i>
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    Pawns are pushed and swords clash in Human Combat Chess

    published Jul 15, 2014

    As someone who was both on the chess team in high school and a fencer in college, I truly wish human combat chess was a real sport. I'd be its biggest fan. As it stands, I'll just have to take in the... More >>

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