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The life-sized puppet at the center of the story the steals the Tony Award-winning show
Jungle Theater's newest play doesn't live up to its tightly knit script
The Irish playwright's The Cripple of Inishman and A Behanding in Spokane bring shocking imagery and twists
Dieter Bierbrauer leads another strong Theater Latte Da production
The modernized play deals with life, death, and heartbreak for two lovers
Play is really nothing to crow about
Welcome to the tundra: Jeremy Cohen joins the Playwrights' CenterThe Playwrights' Center announces today the hiring of Jeremy B. Cohen as Producing Artistic Director (the second in PWC history), slated to move to the Twin Cities in August and officially take his post the next month, at which time ... More >>
Playwright and actor Regina TaylorThe Playwrights' Center is partnering up with the Goodman Theatre in presenting staged readings of a new trilogy of works by Regina Taylor called The Trinity River Plays. The readings, which are free and open to the public, take place tonight and tomorrow night. ... More >>
Is the Playwrights' Center alienating its local core--or are its critics just acting out?
Theatre in the round buzzes; the Guthrie announces another manly season
Craig Lucas sends six characters in search of a tragedy
Women make up well more than half of the Guthrie's audience, but less than 10 percent of its produced playwrights. Is this a tragedy or a farce?
Neil LaBute's theater of cruelty
The author of the Adventures of Herculina may have stumbled upon her career, but the results are anything but awkward
A series of workshops at the Playwrights' Center strips the dramatic process down to author, script, actor, and audience
Ajax scours the body politic in search of a conscience; The Chairs discovers the seat of all meaninglessness
With her comic new play, Minneapolis writer Bridget Carpenter gives new meaning to the term "Blue Christmas"
Crying in the Chapel: Eric Bogosian's "Bitter Sauce" interprets Shakespeare's Sonnet 118 in Love's Fire: Fresh Numbers by Seven American Playwrights.
The Twin Cities' most celebrated playwright and their most prominent theater finally meet--under questionable circumstances.