Neil Simon's play explores the enduring nature of comedy
This Week in Food will take you all over the metro, from a food fest in Blaine to a wine tasting in Cannon Falls, so get out to parts unknown (to you) and start eating. 6/18 Sure it's last minute, but it's Summit and Barrio! There are still seats left at Cocina del Barrio's Summit beer dinner, whi ... More >>
Neil Simon's autobiographical play goes behind the scenes of a '50s comedy show
The city has been likened to a zoo . . . Mel Edison is having a very bad time. He's middle-aged, he's just lost his job, and his New York City is suffering under a heat wave. That's not all: there's a garbage strike, and weird noises rising from the streets and nearby apartments. When the apartme ... More >>
Theatre in the Round through August 12
If these walls could talk...wait a minute, they are talking!
How to translate a century-old sci-fi novel to a 20-foot stage
Women like monkey sex, the NSA wants to license its internet surveillance technology, Ford Bell's MySpace page, storyboards from Corpse Bride, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Woody Allen delivers a wicked serve in 'Match Point'
Why does Philip Roth's latest novel read like Arthur Miller?
Mr. Airplane man call out from Memphis, Sacred Harp Singers reclaim the bible belt, and Hootie's reputation heads south
Remembering Playwright Todd Irvine; Praising Actor Edwin Strout
'The Education of Max Bickford' Strokes Richard Dreyfuss--But Gets a Passing Grade
Japanese tough guy Takeshi Kitano goes all soft in Kikujiro
Outward Spiral's queer Creation; Park Square's suffering sisters
A series of workshops at the Playwrights' Center strips the dramatic process down to author, script, actor, and audience
Forget Fargo and A Simple Plan: A quarter-century ago, The Heartbreak Kid had Minnesota down cold
Public politicking. Cautious programming. Retail-style marketing. Has the Guthrie Theater, with its 1,300 seats and $40 million endowment, become a prisoner of the community that built it?