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245 Cedar Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55454-1054 | Minneapolis (Downtown) | 612-333-3010
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    Theatre in the Round Players looks to a German farce that has been adapted by one of America's most gifted comics to start its 63rd season. Legend Steve Martin adapted Carl Sternheim's play...
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    Director Dann Peterson has a long history with Godspell, the musical retelling of the Gospels,  which he helms at the soon-to-open Theatre in the Round production."I first saw this show...
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    Popularized in an era when lascivious improprieties were more suggested than shown, sex farces tended to delight in slapstick imbroglios involving assumed identities, stealthy hookups, and...
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    Most people are too stressed with their own troubles to deal with the issues of strangers. Would it be different, though, if there were a measurable connection between all persons, no matter...
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    Many artists — perhaps in reaction to the horrific reality of meeting an untimely end — have found dark humor in foul play. As evidence, look no further than Agatha Christie, the...
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    Part farcical comedy, part screed against the medical profession, Moliere's The Imaginary Invalid offers intriguing challenges to a production willing to meet its material head on. The...
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    It didn't take long for Rick Shiomi, who recently retired from his post as leader of Mu Performing Arts, to find a new challenge.The now-freelance artist (and still a consultant at Mu) has...
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    When used to describe a work of any genre, the term "formulaic" usually suggests a lack of originality. But while every formula carries predictable elements, the most successful works manage...
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    When one half of a long-married couple passes away, we tend to take it for granted that the survivor will endure an almost unbearable period of mourning. Readjusting to life as a single...
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    David Lindsay-Abaire's Pulitzer-Prize-winning Rabbit Hole tackles an extremely difficult subject -- the aftermath of the death of a child -- with rare grace."The writing is beautiful. There...
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    Lynn Musgrave has had her eye on 84 Charing Cross Road for many years, but it wasn't until she started to really dig into the play as the director of the upcoming Theatre in the Round...
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    Twenty years ago, Craig Johnson wanted desperately to direct at Theatre in the Round. The opportunity came when another director dropped out, leaving Lysistrata open.Johnson dove in, crafted...
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    Theatergoers with eclectic cravings should have already taken note of the exceedingly diverse lineup for Theatre in the Round Players' 61st season. Few companies, for example, would follow...
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    Director Wendy Resch Novak and the cast of The Hollow at Theatre in the Round Players want to play a game -- and they're hoping the audience will play along.The play is a murder-mystery by...
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    For all its ghastly subject matter, there's something inherently comforting about a classic murder mystery. Perhaps the satisfaction derives from the thrill of playing detective against an...
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