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John Middleton, belovèd Twin Cities actor and unhappy news aggregator.
by John Middleton • Dec. 28
John Novak and Bradley Greenwald talk about doing a show together during the holidays at the Jungle Theater.
by John Middleton • Dec. 27
Autumn Ness and Reed Sigmund talk about performing How the Grinch Stole Christmas at the Children's Theatre Company
by John Middleton • Dec. 20
Joseph Scrimshaw talks to Bill Corbett about the intersection of theater, comic books and Christmas
by John Middleton • Nov. 8
A look back at the Federal Theater Project
by John Middleton • Nov. 1
Responses to Václav Havel's view of the artist's job.
by John Middleton • May. 8
Drinks inspired by current theatrical productions.
by John Middleton • Nov. 21
A sorry defense of Minnesota Nice
by John Middleton • Nov. 6
Gary Gisselman - saving civilization, one student at a time.
by John Middleton • Oct. 16
Wall Street, politics and a word for our sponsors.
by John Middleton • Oct. 2
Why are there so many Saint Olaf alums working in Twin Cities theaters and what do they want from the rest of us?
by John Middleton • Jun. 6
Tradition | Vision
What does it mean to think like an artist?
by John Middleton • Sep. 19
People spout shameless nonsense just for attention. Regular Playlist contributor John Middleton begs you not to be one of those people.
by John Middleton • Jun. 29
Regular MinnesotaPlaylist contributor John Middleton returns with his thoughts on the grassroots.
by John Middleton • May. 6
Better late than never, John hunts down his own example of April's issue. Get an inside look at a healing artist at work. Sort of.
by John Middleton • Mar. 1
Forget the intersection of film and theater. If we can't figure out what makes theater different than film, expect theater to get run over even more.
by John Middleton • Jan. 27
Criticism | Process
Minnesota Style is the sum total of the people who live here. Regular contributor John Middleton explores how we learn the style we call our own.
by John Middleton • Dec. 22
Are the biggest cynics really just wounded romantics? John Middleton demonstrates to the Morris Squill that he isn't really Scrooge.
by John Middleton • Nov. 23
We asked one of our favorite writers for his thoughts on surviving as a performing artist. Now, we're not sure whether he'll ever talk to us again.
by John Middleton • Jul. 8
John tries to write about dance, stalks technicians, peeks into the guts of the Fringe, fixes its iniquities - all while making us laugh.
by John Middleton • Nov. 3
Clarity is not your friend; foreign-sounding words are - and other tricks of the critical trade from John Middleton.
by John Middleton • Dec. 30
Does demography make you cringe? How can they put numbers on art? Relax.
A comprehensive, sequential warm-up from breath to yoga to centering—um, does anyone else feel a little numb right now?
Posted Oct. 17
After words |
Was the presidential debate good theater?
Posted Nov. 6
Special focus |
How are theater folk spending election night?
Posted May. 30
Theater Mixologist John Middleton designs drinks for a few current local productions.
Posted Oct. 16
News and notes | Social Service
I'll be your substitute editor for the next few months but I want you to treat me like your regular editor. No, we can't have Playlist outside.
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Ben Layne directed Shakespeare Apocalypse: A New Musical playing at Theatre in the Round this month.
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