Brilliant moments shine through in this lengthy three-hour production by Theatre Coup D'Etat
The critics' picks from best film to best performers
Daniel Day Lewis lends the president real flesh, blood, and spark
Theater Coup D'etat wrestles with Tony Kushner’s gay-identity epic
A year in review
Michal Daniel"You spent how much at Target?": The happy couple in "Dollhouse"Last Friday was opening night at the Guthrie for Rebecca Gilman's Ibsen adaptation Dollhouse. While I had some qualms with the show (review appearing online later today; print edition tomorrow), it remains a solid piece ... More >>
From The Whipping Man to Caroline, Or Change, here's what you shouldn't have missed
Paying homage to those who speak the language of creativity
Kirby Dick attempts to out sexual hypocrites in politics
Kushner couldn't help but think about how Rep. Michele Bachmann feels having these homosexual socialist buses bouncing along in her home state.
The famed writer of Angels in America is sharing his spotlight.
"Caroline, or Change" is still playing at the Guthrie, and if you haven't seen it yet -- GO! It's absolutely beautiful.
The Intelligent Homosexual's Guide... and Tiny Kushner at the Guthrie now
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
Spielberg's weighty take on vengeance is a tad lopsided
Iraq. SARS. Jay Leno, Still on television practically every night. Yeah, 2003 was about as much fun as a social disease.
With divine performances and kooky cosmology, the second part of Angels in America descends on the Pillsbury House Theatre
Revisiting the AIDS crisis with Angels in America; remembering Anne Frank as a universal optimist
Three different theatrical productions pose the same question: Does familiarity breed contempt?
The Jungle heaves, Frank Theatre shudders, Outward Spiral recoils
U Film Society's Jewish Film Festival delivers a celluloid shalom for the age of kabala chic
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.
It's All Right, Ma (We're Only Kissing): Michael Schurter and Matthew G. Anderson in Angels in America, Part One.
Sarah Schulman: Author, witness