by Sophie Kerman • Oct. 30
"There is a satisfaction and intellectual pleasure that makes you want to keep thinking, arguing, and asking more questions."
by Ira Brooker • Oct. 29
A trio of Horror Festival shows bring on the blood and guts in very different fashions.
by Derek Lee Miller • Oct. 27
Watching theatre is good for kids, it's not so hard for liberal arts majors to get a job, and other things we desperately want to be true.
by Ira Brooker • Oct. 27
'Doll Collection' is Ira's highlight of the Horror Festival so far, but if creepiness isn't your thing, then stay for the dance or comedy.
by Christopher Kehoe • Oct. 26
Audience | Vision
Our big Indiegogo match-maker is more energized by what you give.
by Mark Sweeney • Oct. 23
The creator of a successful Fringe Fest walking show takes a ride on the Green Line to explore more moving theater.
by Matthew Foster • Oct. 22
"People wish to be useful more than they desire to be rich. We are hardwired to make meaningful contributions to the lives of those around us."
by Derek Lee Miller • Oct. 21
Minneapolis/St. Paul is voted the second-best theater scene in the country (even if Mike Daisey says the theater world is falling apart).
by Adia Morris • Oct. 20
The dance and theater communities in the Twin Cities are like the Twin Cities--connected yet oddly separated. Let's build a bridge across the river divide.
by Dominic Orlando • Oct. 16
You may think you've seen enough of this play. You'll want to see this version anyway.
See it this week at Theatre in the Round in Minneapolis. Presented by Theatre in the Round Players.
Ty Hudson performs in Double Feature: The Antichrist Cometh and Brilliant Traces playing at Ames Center this month.
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