Star John Catron is riveting in this one-man show at the Southern Theater
The Guthrie tackles Eugene O'Neill's play about a deeply dysfunctional family
HTT's 2 Sugars Room for Cream delights for the third time
Actors reveal the challenges of double-casting, plus our critic's picks
At age 19, armed with a degree from Ithaca College, a suitcase, and five dollars in his pocket, Jack Edwards headed to New York to start a career in design. Though he thought this would be impossible because of his young age and inexperience, it took him just two weeks to land a job with a fa ... More >>
Crispin Whittell's version losing focus on Dickens's message
The staid Dickens tale gets a welcome new spin
Michal DanielSally Wingert in "Happy Days" at the GuthrieThe Guthrie announced a shake-up in their season that means long-time fabulous Twin Cities performer Sally Wingert will be striding some very big stages indeed. She's heading off to appear in the upcoming London West End and Broadway pro ... More >>
Lives—and a Way of Life—Come Unraveled in the Guthrie's Tense, Complex American Premiere
The Guthrie gives us an ironic Shylock; plus bodies by 'Jake-a-Dee Myer'
Is the Playwrights' Center alienating its local core--or are its critics just acting out?
The Guthrie makes 'Othello' mellow; Sherlock Holmes hits the coffee shop
Arthur Miller's 'Resurrection Blues' nails society's sins
The Guthrie's Amadeus reveals Minnesota's weakness for the unwarranted ovation
Penumbra Theatre's campaign to build an ambitious new stage has the makings of an epic drama--or a nonprofit tragedy
Aesthete Oscar Wilde is the talk of the town again as the Guthrie Lab mounts a play about his trials
Fences playwright August Wilson
The Twin Cities' most celebrated playwright and their most prominent theater finally meet--under questionable circumstances.