Thoughts on a handful of offerings at this year's theater festival
It's been a trying few years for the old theater space on Nicollet Ave. and 14th St., which wrapped up its run as the Music Box Theater and converted back to its original name, the Loring Theater, under new management last year. But as with the space's previous management, the new team, The ... More >>
Coco Lectric by James CanoUnfortunately, there's still a lot of clean up to do in the Gulf of Mexico since the oil spill, and the wetlands at the mouth of the Mississippi need all the help we can give them. Lili's Burlesque Revue is making it oh so easy to help our neighbors to the south by h ... More >>
Wild Goproduced by Tom Herbers
Big room, long history: the interior of the Music Box TheatreThe Music Box Theatre opened as the Loring Theater 90 years ago, primarily as a Vaudeville and movie house. In recent years it's been best known locally as the home of the indestructible comedy Triple Espresso. Now, in a project led by ... More >>
Hot ticket alert: We're giving away tickets to Tig Notaro's comedy show at the Music Box Theatre this Saturday. Keep an eye out this afternoon on our Twitter account (@cpdressingroom) and our Facebook accounts for updates on how to win.
Retribution Gospel Choir signs to Sub Pop, Brother Ali on NPR & BK-One interviewed.
National Brother Ali coverage, P.O.S. on MTV, Mason Jennings performs out West & Koo Koo Kanga Roo news.
Local behemoths squeeze into First Ave's 2nd stage for the first of three local shows.
New music from To Kill a Petty Bourgeoisie, Decider interviews City on the Make & STNNNG's 200th show.
Remember a few months ago when theater people and Twin City nostalgics mourned the closing of Triple Espresso at the Music Box Theatre? Everybody lamented that the show's 12-year run had finally petered out.
at the Music Box Theatre
Audiences storm the stage. Actors suffer gastrointestinal distress. Backstage confessions of theater gone terribly, terribly wrong.
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