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711 W. Franklin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55405 | Uptown/ Eat Street | 612-870-0723
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    Mission Theatre Company's Macbeth may not be the most polished production of Shakespeare's bloody tragedy you will ever see, but it certainly leaves an impression.This is a bold...
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    After Australian director Penelope Parsons-Lord directed A Midsummer Night's Dream last year for Mission Theatre Company, she knew she wanted to come back the Twin Cities."It's a great...
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    On what was likely the shittiest April evening in many decades in the Twin Cities, a hearty crowd gathered at the Minneapolis Theatre Garage Thursday evening for a funny and bawdy A Chaste...
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    Staged with a frequency to virtually assure everlasting life to the star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet is a work that's easy to take for granted. Hoping to lend a revitalizing perspective...
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    John Middleton mixes reality with noir-based flights of fancy in Prints, an intriguing new work that despite some rough spots, shows plenty of promise.The play uses the real-life kidnapping...
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    The opening moments of Walking Shadow Theatre Company's production of Ian MacAllister-McDonald's new play focuses a spotlight on a Google+ logo at the center of Rob Jensen's impressionistic...
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    For its latest production, Walking Shadow Theatre Company is not only working with a new play, but with an almost entirely unfamiliar cast."We have only one actor that we've worked with...
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    When it came down to casting The Sexual Lives of Savages, the latest production from Walking Shadow, director Amy Rummenie found a wealth of young talent to take on the roles. "There is a...
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    The artists behind the nascent FLiP! Theatre are fearless in their debut, and that makes for an invigorating and thoroughly entertaining entree into the local performing arts community. The...
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    Stuart Fail puts plenty on the table in Consider the Lillies, including the artistic process, codependent relationships, and the debilitating effects of mental illness. By the end,...
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    When you do a show only every couple of years, like Girl Friday Productions, it's vital to pick the right piece. Since Street Scene two years ago, producer Kirby Bennett and the Girl Friday...
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    Girl Friday's latest show is the most modern the company has attempted in its history. Still, continuing the tradition of exploring works from the first half of the 20th century, they are...
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    Changes in Time, a new work by E.B. Boatner, gets its world premiere this weekend with a production by 20% Theatre Company. The play explores how we survive despite the boxes and categories...
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    Art and courtrooms don't mix. Even the most erudite and thoughtful creator can be tripped up in the minutia of the law, where precision and clearly defined facts are king; not the...
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    This may be Craig Johnson's first time performing in Moisés Kaufman's Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde, but it isn't his first time playing the famous playwright, novelist,...
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    Sociologists have long debated the appeal of celebrity scandal. Is being entertained by the downfall of a well-known figure a harmless diversion? Or is the voyeuristic thrill akin to...
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    Next Wednesday marks the 50th anniversary of one of the most notorious murders in St. Paul's history. It was on March 6, 1963, that Carol Thompson was brutally murdered in her Highland Park...
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    Since it was published in 1898, Henry James's The Turn of the Screw has been a favorite among fans of ghost stories, spooking generations of readers and spreading its influence far and wide....
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    Of the many opportunities afforded by the annual Minnesota Fringe Festival (the next of which is just around the corner, August 2-12), few compare with the thrill of discovering emerging...
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    Jeffrey Hatcher's Compleat Female Stage Beauty explores the story of Edward Kynaston, a Restoration-era actor called "the prettiest woman in the whole house" by Samuel Pepys. He specialized...
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    A brief mention in Samuel Pepys's diaries led local playwright Jeffrey Hatcher to investigate the story of Edward Kynaston, a 17th-century actor renowned for his performances in women's...
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    Sam Shepard's True West, which opens today at the Minneapolis Theatre Garage, isn't for the faint of heart, either for the audience or the actors."This is an intense psychological drama...
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    Street Scene, the Pulitzer-winning Elmer Rice epic newly revived by the hard-working crew at Girl Friday Productions, works best in the quiet moments, when the conversations and action stop...

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An independent venue for over 20 years. Careers have been launched, liquidated, loathed and loved. Artists have moved up, down and over. Truths have been discovered, destroyed, ignored and lied about. In fact, it has been a true reflection of life.

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