Ten Thousand Things turns the classic production on its head -- and it's great
The Guthrie sticks a little too close to the historic play's commedia dell'arte style
Cory Hinkle play touches on modern fears
Hitchcock spoof makes all the right moves
Michal DanielThe fun never ends: the Guthrie's "Dollhouse"Did someone happen to mention vacuous, caustic materialism? Well, now that you bring it up, this is the penultimate weekend for the Guthrie's production of Rebecca Gilman's Dollhouse (CP review here), the Ibsen update that brings marital s ... More >>
We recommend a handful of the many Fringe shows going on throughout the next week.
A plucky teen investigates her own life and circles around notions of truth, memory, reality
In her bravura one-woman show, Sarah Agnew brings to life two families in apartheid-era South Africa
The top shows from a memorable year in theater
Lives—and a Way of Life—Come Unraveled in the Guthrie's Tense, Complex American Premiere
Let's bring back the year's best (and worst) performances for one more round of applause (and jeers)
At the Guthrie Dowling Studio
Jeune Lune does right by Kafka's unfinished 'Amerika'
The Guthrie's Day-Glo 'As You Like It'
Jeune Lune's production of Molière's tragicomedy is stylish, yet lacking in substance
Last year my boss sent me to sit in a dark room for 150 nights. Here's what I took away from the ordeal.
10K things spins 'Carousel'; MJTC resurrects grandma
'The Seagull' and 'Tick, Tick...Boom!' examine the art of being an artist
Seeing a strongman or a hunchbacked clown takes a lot of dough
Jeune Lune barks at the moon with a dark and desolate Hamlet
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
Clowning through Gogol at Jeune Lune; blustering through horror at the Fitzgerald
Theatre de la Jeune Lune's The Golem shapes a feast from clay; Guthrie Lab's Sweeney Todd makes mincemeat of paupers
A gloomy Tartuffe celebrates the end of sincerity; A Streetcar Named Desire sets off for the other side of the tracks
Say uncle: Uncle Peck (Tom Poole) and L'il Bit (Larissa Paige Kokernot) steer into uncertain country in Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive