Park Square Theatre's production boasts a strong creative team for an entertaining, but poorly written musical
Ten Thousand Things gets to the heart of Shakespeare
Neil Simon's autobiographical play goes behind the scenes of a '50s comedy show
Joesph Scrimshaw parodies the TV western
The city has been likened to a zoo . . . Mel Edison is having a very bad time. He's middle-aged, he's just lost his job, and his New York City is suffering under a heat wave. That's not all: there's a garbage strike, and weird noises rising from the streets and nearby apartments. When the apartme ... More >>
Men's insecurities uncovered with warm humor
The Jury and Killer Joe show murder through different lenses
Let's bring back the year's best (and worst) performances for one more round of applause (and jeers)
Mixed Blood Theatre through October 7
Ooh, it's such a big, big porno play
The first-annual Ameriprise Financial Ivey awards went down Monday night, and the State Theatre's main floor was nearly full of members from all levels of the Twin Cities theater community. It's fair to say that there was some ambivalence
'His Girl Friday' has charm, but doesn't deliver
Headline writer succumbs to "Extra! Extra!" cliché in advertising "Front Page" preview
Shakespearean meanie gets the stripped-down treatment at the Loading Dock
'Take Me Out' tackles big-league homophobia
They laughed. They cried. They used the "F" word. They wore funny wigs... and we were there
Evolving Penguin brings intelligent design to 'Inherit the Wind'
Joking Apart nails Ayckbourn's 'Norman Conquests'
Angry caucasians and fallen ladies never go out of style
Has playwright Ari Hoptman revived the red menace?
Tennessee Williams's directions on burning down the house
Remembering Playwright Todd Irvine; Praising Actor Edwin Strout
With scripts by Kevin Kling and Lee Blessing, the Illusion and Guthrie Theaters go forward into the past
A Small Cadre of Theater Artists Prove the Value of Company
The Directors Theater stages substantial one-acts to a flimsy audience; Idiot Box presents the comedy troupe's favorite reruns
The Laramie Project takes a tragic American hate crime to the edge of parody
How to win over critics and lose money, sleep, and ambition: A life in local theater
Bald Alice stages the gospels as a kung fu-filled epic; Penumbra looks at an unlikely love
The best and worst of 150 nights spent in a dark room. Plus: Dramatic hypotheses, and thespians speak out.
The Great Americ'n Play satirizes huge corporations and hand puppets; The Insatiate Countess gives a nymphomaniac a second chance
With roughly 100 productions and 500 performances, the Minnesota Fringe Festival turns low-budget theater into a two-week marathon
Local exhibitionists throw a party of one in Intermedia Arts' "Absolute Originals"
Outward Spiral's queer Creation; Park Square's suffering sisters
Nymphomaniacal roommates! Meta-Willy Lomans! Dancing Canadians! City Pages reports from the biggest, baddest Minnesota Fringe Festival to date
The Jungle heaves, Frank Theatre shudders, Outward Spiral recoils
In the growing local improv scene, everyone's a comedian
Attention Ragstock Shoppers: '70s styling in Lanford Wilson's Fifth of July