Sally Potter's latest film explores young women, and a world, on the verge of exploding in 1960s London
Yasmina Reza explores the animal lurking beneath civilization
Reviews from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival
A year in review
Michal DanielAngela Timberman as Marty in "Circle Mirror Transformation": one of the people in that mirror might not be married to her much longerThe mysteries of why any couple stays together or splits apart are pretty much unfathomable, even to the people involved, though it was a surprise this ... More >>
A portrait of domestic bliss: "Virgina Woolf"There are only five more performances of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Jungle; if you've been considering catching this one before it goes away, don't let the opportunity slip past. This will probably end up being one of the most memorable pro ... More >>
Michal Daniel Tuesday night was the opening of the Jungle's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, a stunning show in more than one sense of the word. Edward Albee's story of a middle-aged college professor and his acerbic wife was rendered with such force and precision that it is as much an experience ... More >>
The Jungle Theater announced Tuesday that a medical emergency has caused a delay in the opening night of its production of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? The show was slated to open this Friday; instead, it will kick off Tuesday, April 27.
Nicole Kidman makes an unconvincing Arbus in 'Fur'
Cracking open the chest of American letters, Louis Bayard finds a goofy young Goth
City Pages writers look back on 25 years of arts criticism, and the sentences that still make us cringe
Director Ron Howard cuts loose and goes 'Missing'
Norah Labiner makes a maze out of a literary suicide
Two big names bring passion and star power to the Guthrie's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Nymphomaniacal roommates! Meta-Willy Lomans! Dancing Canadians! City Pages reports from the biggest, baddest Minnesota Fringe Festival to date
Exile on Main Street
"She must choose between water and land, between the thrill and responsibilities of passion and the sureties of Victorian marriage": Kirsten Frantzich and Greg Arata in 15 Head's production of Ibsen's The Lady From the Sea.
See Me, Feel Me?: Pablo Veron and Sally Potter in The Tango Lesson.
Plymouth Music Series' Phillip Brunelle
Art Crimes, Susan Welch, Amiri Baraka, Edward Humes, Garry Wills, The Wife, Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent, Sweet Nothing, Boz Scaggs, dEUS
The Guthrie revives Arthur Miller's The Price.