Ten Thousand Things finds the heart in the Shakespeare classic
It is understood, especially around Hot Dish, that the culinary arts are just that -- an art. We are lucky to amble among some of the finest displays of food culture and then report back to you, our readers. But reporting about any art is itself, well, an art. Especially when it comes to classics ... More >>
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Tibetan dishes shine over rest of the menu
Updating Shakespeare for the modern day is always a dangerous proposition. It's doubly so for Julius Caesar, which is a 400-year-old look at an event from two millennia in the past. This co-production by the Acting Company and the Guthrie Theater works more often than not, even if the veneer of m ... More >>
Spreading happiness once audience at a time
A high-tech spin on the classic tale
Theatre Pro Rata at Gremlin Theatre
Photo by Diane MountfordJohn Ford's 'Tis a Pity She's a Whore offers a slight twist on Romeo and Juliet. Okay, the Jacobean playwright offered a really big doozy of a twist. In his play, the star-crossed lovers are brother and sister.
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(Image by zzzack) This week in Freeloader Friday we have a '90s-themed dance party, a day-long skateboarding festival, World Cup bars, and a free blues fest.
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Journey through the new Dark Ages of Shakopee Valley with the cowled, the corseted, and the coxcombed
Taken for granted and foregone?
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Oscar Wilde on Broadway, Lesbian Opera at Lincoln Center, Sparky the Gay Dog on TV. Be Careful What You Wish For.