From poets and directors to comedians and dancers, the Twin Cities are teeming with creativity
It's getting to be that time of year again. We can tell, because the New Standards' holiday shows are upon us, and this year, the jazz trio -- Chan Poling, Steve Roehm and John Munson -- has decided to gift us with a double offering: three shows, plus a CD release. Sunday Morning Coming Down is th ... More >>
The Guthrie's winter standby crackles with energy and warmth
Bloomington Civic Theatre
One of the things that has made Charles Schultz's Peanuts comic strips and characters so popular over the past 60 years is that we all have a bit of Charlie Brown in us, and Lucy, and Snoopy, and Linus, and Sally, and Schroeder (and Pig Pen for that matter).This universal quality is on display in ... More >>
Crist Ballas/Zach CurtisActually, her eyes are somewhat like the sun . . . We're a week out from Classical Actors Ensemble's The Complete Sonnets Festival at Intermedia Arts, but this could turn out to be a hot ticket. All 154 of Shakespeare's sonnets will be performed, in one form or a ... More >>
Musical spotlights the intricacies of a mother-daughter relationship
Dance critic Caroline Palmer reports on the community reaction to the artistic director's removal. Many are concerned this move indicates "a larger sensibility and style of leadership that is detrimental to the future of the Southern."
The first-annual Ameriprise Financial Ivey awards went down Monday night, and the State Theatre's main floor was nearly full of members from all levels of the Twin Cities theater community. It's fair to say that there was some ambivalence
Surviving the crush, teasing an oracular virtual dolphin, and making sense of the Walker Art Center's reopening party
Form and function harmonize at the new McGuire Theater
How does Linda Andrews keep Zenon Dance Company going? A bit of disco instruction, a little pull-tab operation, and a lot of determination
Chvala Talks on the Tenth Anniversary of His Troupe
Secret shows. Corporate gigs. Blind Dates. Why is it becoming harder for the public to get a piece of the rock?
A foot up on the competition: Joe Chvala and the Flying Foot Forum bring narrative ingenuity and a kitchen-sink production aesthetic to their unique brand of percussive dance
Riverdance sells out while the dance world goes hungry.
Dances of the Disappeared