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...?"
by Derek Lee Miller • Mar. 31
Fringe | Greater Minnesota | Production | Social Service | Tradition
Some of the stories we talked about before have continued on. Let's follow them again!
by Nathan Bergstedt • Mar. 30
A small-town theater company treks to the Twin Cities and learns a bit about itself along the way.
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..
Rachel Austin Love, Loss, and What I Wore playing at Theatre in the Round this month.
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