Cowles CenterEating opportunities at downtown's new dance and performance center. Years in the making, the long anticipated Cowles Center for Dance & the Performing Arts will have its grand opening this Saturday. The Hot Dish might not know anything about pirouettes or Baby Freezes, but we ... More >>
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After 15 years, James Sewell Ballet still thrives on the unexpected
Got a few questions about love and human desire? Ask a philosophical nine-year-old.
Jazzdance founder Buraczeski bids farewell to the cities
Two dancemakers choreograph the story of human alienation
Mathew Janczewski leads his troupe to fertile new ground
Civic boosters are proud of the Twin Cities' theaters, orchestras, museums, and literary centers. so what happened to the ballet?
The Shubert Theater takes one for the (new) team
Internet2 cheats geography for Shapiro & Smith Dance Troupe
After 22 Years of Supporting Artists, the Minnesota Dance Alliance Marches Into the Grave
Audiences storm the stage. Actors suffer gastrointestinal distress. Backstage confessions of theater gone terribly, terribly wrong.
Pavilion sends a former couple to their high school reunion; The Big Hoover breaches the dam of failed romances
Outward Spiral examines a transgendered vaudevillian; the Jungle visits the wounded world of Tennessee Williams
When the Shubert inched down Hennepin Avenue a year ago, Minneapolis politicos promised a bright future for the historic theater. They didn't mention stingy legislators, taxpayer bailouts, or the specter of the wrecking ball.
Outward Spiral's queer Creation; Park Square's suffering sisters
Good plays, bad plays, and the drama of real estate--plus the thespians talk back
The Jungle heaves, Frank Theatre shudders, Outward Spiral recoils
Rhombus Theatre's Lebensraum beckons Jews back to the Fatherland; Park Square's Taking Sides tries the morality of the devil's maestro
Ajax scours the body politic in search of a conscience; The Chairs discovers the seat of all meaninglessness
Spirits do Mr. Sandman's work at the Illusion Theater; the Minnesota Opera's Otello rages on
Local cloggers the Girl Germs spread the traditional dancing of Appalachia to the prairies
Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars: Wynn Fricke's Borrowed Bones Dance Theatre
Outward Spiral stages a play about ennui and killings in Canada
Wok on the mild side: Lotis Key and Soon-Tek Oh star in Theater Mu's tepid take on the American Dream
From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs: Everett Dance Theatre performs Body of Work at the Walker Art Center
While no one was watching, Block E became Blocks D, E, and F.
All Tomorrow's Parties: Annelise Christ waits for company in the Hidden Theatre's Blue Window.
With Enter Achilles, London's DV8 Physical Theatre proves that you don't need to step fancy to walk like a man.
You Can Shoot Your Friends, You Can Shoot Your Nose, But You Can't Shoot Your Friend's Nose: Patrick Henning and Bob Beverage in Duel.
Lipstick on His Collar: Ron Duffy and Nancy Gormley in Dear James.