Pillsbury House Theatre
Minneapolis, MN 55404
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Junauda Petrus' transformative year with Naked Stages, BLM
2 months ago by Sheila Regan
Waters, Sweet Red, and the Wild Glitter Transformation, part of the Naked Stages series, features Junauda Petrus’ mom and aunt, who were born in Trinidad before moving to Minnesota 30 something years ago. At first, Petrus wanted her...
Prep fails the test; delivers little more than second-rate poetry
5 months ago by Ed Huyck
There's no doubt that Tracey Scott Wilson can write well about important, thorny issues and create fully realized characters. Her last play to premiere in the Twin Cities, Buzzer, dropped us into a story of gentrification and resent...
10 months ago by Ed Huyck
Once director Hayley Finn saw Luca Hnath's Death Tax, she knew she wanted to direct a production in the Twin Cities, and that the always probing Pillsbury House Theatre would be the best venue. Hnath's play centers on a wealthy, agi...
Death Tax Thrills, for First Two-Thirds at Least
11 months ago by Ed Huyck
The truth is a slippery thing in Lucas Hnath's Death Tax. There are a few facts presented. Maxine, a woman living in a nursing home, believes her daughter wants to kill her before the first of the year to get her inheritance without...