Jungle Theater's newest play doesn't live up to its tightly knit script
Bringing out the humor and the menace in Pinter's play
Q: What do you get when you cross a celebrated Guthrie actor with the Renaissance Festival? A: The MN indie film 'Midnight Chronicles'
In praise of two not-quite Christmas shows
Slither and Arcadia Each Deal with Their Own Snakes in the Grass
'Fair Game' trips off the tongue; 'Comic Potential' speaks machine language
Eye of the Storm adopts an oddball; Frank Theatre kills
A husband thrusts his wife toward madness at the Lakeshore Players; Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas make nice at the Jungle
The best and worst of 150 nights spent in a dark room. Plus: Dramatic hypotheses, and thespians speak out.
Samuel Beckett's Happy Days returns to the Jungle Theater
Lee Blessing embraces the wounded; Martin McDonagh parades the wretched
The Jungle portrays the scope of a small town; Pangea searches for the self in a faraway land
William Inge's Picnic labors over misdemeanors of the heart
Macbeth struts and frets its hours upon the stage; Largo Desolato makes Big Brother one of the family
The Jungle Theater's production of Bus Stop is a deliciously realistic study of different kinds of love.