At the Southern Theater
Our critic looks back on a stellar year in theater
Jungle finds heart in this thrilling production
Play's strength is of-the-moment jokes and observations
A Goethe tale of unrequited romance
Ten Thousand Things Theater succeeds again
Photo by Ann MarsdenEight years ago, a 22-year-old Nathan Keepers auditioned for a play at the Jungle Theater that he'd never even heard of. The one-man tour de force turned it into a hit, and now he is back for another run of Fully Committed. In Becky Mode's play Keepers plays Sam, an out ... More >>
Twin Cities groups Workhaus, with Jeune Lune, makes big impression
Jeune Leune's latest hints at big ideas, but leaves them half-expressed
The top shows from a memorable year in theater
The morning after 'Figaro,' the count is still a royal pain and the people are revolting
What if Swan Lake landed in a Nebraska ranch home?
Let's bring back the year's best (and worst) performances for one more round of applause (and jeers)
Jeune Lune does right by Kafka's unfinished 'Amerika'
Jeune Lune's spartan 'Little Prince'
Who has it easier--prostitutes or Suburban Theater instructors? George Bernard Shaw and David Mann discuss.
Dominique Serrand designs a laughing apparatus for the Guthrie
Theatre de la Jeune Lune conjures a satisfyingly murderous Medea
With buckets of water and monstrous babies, Jeune Lune turns Gulliver's Travels into a woolly trip
The best and worst of 150 nights spent in a dark room. Plus: Dramatic hypotheses, and thespians speak out.
Chez Pierre serves a feast of comic clowning; Leitmotif's cast makes the most of dramatic table scraps
A gloomy Tartuffe celebrates the end of sincerity; A Streetcar Named Desire sets off for the other side of the tracks