Seems Ricardo Antonio Chavira will be traveling from Wisteria Lane to Elysian Fields Avenue this summer. Today the Guthrie announced that the Desperate Housewives player will be appearing in the iconic role of Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire. Now, St ... More >>
Whatever you do, don't look too closely at your motel bedding
The Greeks, the geeks, the freaks, the dualistic representations of the Argentine distaff underclass--all the best of Twin Cities drama circa 2005
Peter Macon leads the Guthrie's winning 'Oedipus'
15 Head's 'Vacationland!' is a strange trip
Kama Ginkas devours Chekhov's 'Lady with a Lapdog'
The Guthrie Lab goes bananas in 'Blue/Orange'
Theatre in the round buzzes; the Guthrie announces another manly season
Hollywood auteur-cum-harlot cops a convoluted plea in 'Spartan'
I'm not a rapist, I'm a pedophile: Chaos Theories' seasonal cheer
The Guthrie recalls the iron lady's reign; court-martialing pigs eye
Women make up well more than half of the Guthrie's audience, but less than 10 percent of its produced playwrights. Is this a tragedy or a farce?
The Guthrie tries to get comfortable with Ionesco's absurdism
A drama about grieving fathers trips over unwanted kids
Conjuring tricks of memory onstage
With scripts by Kevin Kling and Lee Blessing, the Illusion and Guthrie Theaters go forward into the past
A Jesse-free review of the headlines that made us wince in 2001
Writers face off in Collected Stories; a musical composer makes unmerry in Merrily We Roll Along
How to win over critics and lose money, sleep, and ambition: A life in local theater
Tom Stoppard scripts a love song to classical literature; Gwendolyn Schwinke revisits Sodom
Side Man hangs out with hipsters; Dracula misses the jugular
Pitting the black middle class against its poorer neighbors; matching young lovers with their geriatric selves
Good plays, bad plays, and the drama of real estate--plus the thespians talk back
Japan's Dumb Type theater collective imagines a future beyond death
Carolyn Goelzer reconstructs Janis Joplin; Arthur Miller remembers a life
In a new play, Arthur Miller conjures the hunger of memory
The master of hats. The scrivener of sheet music. The literary litigator. Seven people whose contributions to the arts win them utter invisibility.
Theatre de la Jeune Lune's The Golem shapes a feast from clay; Guthrie Lab's Sweeney Todd makes mincemeat of paupers
The Guthrie Lab's Lysistrata withholds the loving that launched a thousand ships; Hidden Theatre's The Dying Gaul wields sex as a weapon
The Guthrie's search for new digs casts the company in a Minneapolis development drama
In corporations and churches, in classrooms and capital corridors, these 100 Queers have contributed to the "Good Life" in Minnesota.
Playwright Syl Jones updates the 1930s race novel Black No More as a wildly satiric, off-color joke.
Public politicking. Cautious programming. Retail-style marketing. Has the Guthrie Theater, with its 1,300 seats and $40 million endowment, become a prisoner of the community that built it?
To cure the patient, you must know the disease.
Theater That Leaves Welts: New York's pioneering Wooster Group heaps abuse on Gertrude Stein's script, Dr. Faustus Lights the Lights.
Enter Sandman: Actor/playwright David Mura succumbs to a few seconds of shut-eye in Pangea World Theater's The Winged Seed.