Star performances almost save the character-driven film
The theater delivers a short, sharp, and shocking show
Looking for date night ideas? How about the good ol' dinner and a show? Throughout the run of Sam Shepard's Fool for Love at the Jungle Theater, Heidi's has crafted a special pre-show meal.See Also:2011 Best New Restaurant: Heidi's
Exploring the twang-filled heart of darkness
Knox has a reputation for being honest and intense
Minnesota-born actress Jessica Lange, 59, took a tumble at her cabin just outside of Duluth. She is currently hospitalized but is OK.
Paging Dr. Phil to the Gremlin Theatre
'Don't Come' calls wandering Wim Wenders back to Minnesota
'The Real World' is no place for an artist like William Eggleston
Shepherd's political drama conjures a cheesehead dystopia
Joan Allen makes it look hard in 'Yes'
Competition was brutal at the world's most cutthroat film festival
'Black Hawk Down' Gets in and out of Somalia With No Questions Asked
Richard Maxwell Thrusts His Experimental Theater Into the Ring
With demolition all but assured, preservationists aim to take their fight to court
Neil LaBute's theater of cruelty
The best and worst of 150 nights spent in a dark room. Plus: Dramatic hypotheses, and thespians speak out.
Gremlin Theatre stays true to The London Cuckolds; Mixed Blood arranges lives in Cut Flowers
True West brutalizes its actors; Impossible Marriage lightly lashes its audience
Michael Almereyda's contemporary Hamlet projects tragedy onto the screen of corporate culture
Suzzy Roche hits the road with a new album about the beauty of staying home
Arena Theatre storms through Albee; Cockpit and Rhombus theaters stumble through Shepard
Pitting the black middle class against its poorer neighbors; matching young lovers with their geriatric selves
Sam Shepard flails; Aurora Fire flames; Burning House Group fabulates
A new cable movie revisits the radical romance of Dashiell Hammett and Lillian Hellman
Forget Fargo and A Simple Plan: A quarter-century ago, The Heartbreak Kid had Minnesota down cold
Truth or Consequences: Melinda Kordich and Nancy Gormley in Conversations About Hannah.
You Can Shoot Your Friends, You Can Shoot Your Nose, But You Can't Shoot Your Friend's Nose: Patrick Henning and Bob Beverage in Duel.
Hidden Theatre waits to be discovered