HTT's 2 Sugars Room for Cream delights for the third time
Dysfunctional relationships abound
Pool and Custer: two ladies who enjoy their cup of java "As Shanan describes it, the show is scenes from life and things we think are funny," says Carolyn Pool of Shanan Custer, her co-creator for 2 Sugars, Room for Cream (playing at Illusion Theater this weekend). "We're not trying to write a pl ... More >>
Java Jitters: Carolyn Pool and Shanan Custer in "2 Sugars, Room for Cream" Illusion Theater kicks off its 23rd annual summer Fresh Ink series tomorrow night; the festival this year includes three very different works, each with its own set of intriguing possibilities.
"It's a crazy wild ride," says actor Carolyn Pool, just a couple of days before the opening of Sarah Ruhl's Dead Man's Cell Phone at Park Square Theatre. Pool stars as Jean, a woman whose life is thrown into an unexpected adventure when she picks up (you guessed it) the ringing cell phone be ... More >>
Play trips over itself in trying to find meaning in modern life
Q: What do you get when you cross a celebrated Guthrie actor with the Renaissance Festival? A: The MN indie film 'Midnight Chronicles'
Seeking asylum in a sex farce of the '60s
Penumbra stumbles with jumbled diary
Copy-editor drama needs some revisions
Stacia Rice stars in a wrenching production of 'Streetcar'
Doing the calculus on mathematical dramas
Scenes from a marriage; tales from when puppets ruled the earth
You might be a few moronic multiple-choice answers away from the prize of a lifetime. Or not.
At the Minnesota Fringe Festival
Sinclair Lewis's small-town satire stumbles onstage
With 'June Moon,' Park Square Hums a light tune
A Small Cadre of Theater Artists Prove the Value of Company
How to win over critics and lose money, sleep, and ambition: A life in local theater
With divine performances and kooky cosmology, the second part of Angels in America descends on the Pillsbury House Theatre
Bald Alice stages the gospels as a kung fu-filled epic; Penumbra looks at an unlikely love
Park Square Theatre has a political awakening with the rabble-rousing Born Yesterday
Floating Molly Brown at the Dorothy Day Center; staging Ntozake Shange in the age of the poetry slam
The Jungle heaves, Frank Theatre shudders, Outward Spiral recoils
A series of workshops at the Playwrights' Center strips the dramatic process down to author, script, actor, and audience
Call it sleep: Ned and Lina (Matt Sciple and Carolyn Pool) in a moment of repose from Three Days of Rain
Attention Ragstock Shoppers: '70s styling in Lanford Wilson's Fifth of July