Factory women discover their jobs have given them cancer
Did small-town Minnesota have cross-dressers before Judy Garland?
How laconic everyman Terry Hempleman became a top leading man of Twin Cities theater
Patty Lynch play lives up to its name
Sinclair Lewis's small-town satire stumbles onstage
The Cromulent Shakespeare Co. and cheap lingerie; Family Crisis at the Pillsbury House.
With divine performances and kooky cosmology, the second part of Angels in America descends on the Pillsbury House Theatre
Get Real recalls the fabulousness of Sylvester; Private Eyes turns infidelity into a public spectacle
Thirty-four years ago, LeRoi Jones's Dutchman sent American race relations careening on a New York subway. Where's the end of the line?
Dancing in the Street: A rarely produced play by Lorraine Hansberry shows the small man behind the most principled activist in the world.
Love Makes You Twisted: The giddy cast of Lanford Wilson's Burn This.
Eyes Wide Shut: Post-feminist women Quimby Lombardozzi and Noël Raymond blink into the gender abyss in John Patrick Shanley's Women of Manhattan.