The American Swedish Institute puts on a flawed but intense production of the Ibsen play
Ibsen's 'Peer Gynt' isn't easy to stage, but the Guthrie turns this odd tale into a sprawling, dreamlike adventure
City Pages writers look back on 25 years of arts criticism, and the sentences that still make us cringe
Who has it easier--prostitutes or Suburban Theater instructors? George Bernard Shaw and David Mann discuss.
Laila Robins turns the Guthrie's Hedda Gabler into a character study of social sadism
A purloined sculpture of Henrik Ibsen is finally on the verge of returning to Como Park
"She must choose between water and land, between the thrill and responsibilities of passion and the sureties of Victorian marriage": Kirsten Frantzich and Greg Arata in 15 Head's production of Ibsen's The Lady From the Sea.