by Derek Lee Miller • Apr. 22
Criticism | Production | Tradition
We all have a problem with figuring out "authenticity", and South Carolina still has a problem with lesbians.
by Ira Brooker • Apr. 21
A critic owns up to his personal bias, but does he still do the production a disservice?
by Fire Drill • Apr. 18
Looking through the prisms of form, character and audience expectation to see why "theater is 50 years behind dance."
by Richard Chin • Apr. 17
Celebrations of the Bard are coming hot and heavy this year. A founder of a new Shakespeare film fest explains why we can't have too many.
by Dominic Orlando • Apr. 15
The Jungle's latest is well-written, well-produced, well-acted and well worth seeing. And yet...
by Derek Lee Miller • Apr. 15
Audience | Production
The New York Times says straight men don't like Broadway anymore. (Wait... they did before?)
by Paul de Cordova • Apr. 8
"I wish I was excited as a theater artist to see more theater. How do we get theaters to really encourage artists to come see the work?"
by Derek Lee Miller • Apr. 8
Signs of spring, politics, and a play that can't seem to settle in one theater.
by Laura Holway • Apr. 6
Laura Holway loves a nontraditional performance space, but there are always some trade-offs involved.
by Tane S. Danger • Apr. 2
Businesses are starting to catch on, but what will it take to get the general public saying, "Yes, and...?"
Matthew Foster is communications director for the Minnesota Fringe Festival, writes plays for the Ministry of Cultural Warfare, does graphic design for public-policy organizations, and was a co-founder of this-here Web site.
See it this week at The Peoples Center Theater in Minneapolis. Presented by Candid Theater Co..
James Napoleon Stone Performs in Dogwood by Seraphina Nova playing at The Peoples Center Theater this month.
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