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by MinnesotaPlaylist • Sep. 29
For your amusement, we compiled a few of outtakes from the Indiegogo campaign video we made. Happy Monday!
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Aug. 31
One more scheduled event. Stop by Monday, Sept 1 between barbeques for a little mingling and information.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Feb. 10
From dance to criticism to politics to news, get to know Playlist's new slate of regular features.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Nov. 24
We asked local theater folks to share what fills them with gratitude this Thanksgiving season.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jul. 17
"Our zombies are trained to show restraint towards audience members."
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jul. 12
Is Savage Umbrella's Dust Bowl drama up your alley?
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jul. 4
Park Square Executive Director C. Michael-jon Pease provides evidence for 'Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club.'
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jun. 20
A play with extra-artsy roots matches up against one with a more scientific grounding this week.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jun. 13
It's a battle of battles as we hear the cases for 'Human Combat Chess' and 'God of Carnage.'
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jun. 6
Two very different takes on romantic entanglements vie for your attention this week.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • May. 30
It’s only the second week of this feature and already we have an indoor lightning storm versus a foul-mouthed dog.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • May. 22
Our new weekly feature finds two local productions vying for theatergoers' hearts and minds.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • May. 4
Dancer, actor, teacher and all-around Twin Cities theater icon John Munger passed away on Tuesday. His friends and peers remember him in their own words.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Oct. 16
Innovation | Vision
This week, we have a bunch of new entries. Let them know what you think of their ideas.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Oct. 10
Week 2 of Fantasy Theater League pits Theater of the Absurd against Theater of the Nude.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Oct. 2
Put your best production ideas to the test in MinnesotaPlaylist's new Fantasy Theater League.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • May. 18
The 2011 Minnesota Fringe Festival is three months away. Have you already fallen behind?
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Nov. 3
Process | Production
Think you know what sound designers do? Watch this video interview to learn the real scoop from Victor Zupanc, one of the country's best.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Feb. 14
Bill Corbett, Patrick Coyle, Ali Selim, and Rob Perez have each seen their visions come alive on the big screen. Enjoy their discussion in this video.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Nov. 9
Don't panic. Organizations and programs exist to help performing artists survive difficult times. Use this brief reference guide in case of emergency.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jul. 26
Charles Nolte did it all. Then he taught a lot of Minnesota performing artists how to do it too.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jul. 25
Stephen D'Ambrose and Barbara Kingsley have built lives as actors in this community that so many admire. They're also such great fun to talk with.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jul. 23
Innovation | Management
How do you put politics into dance? Or build a queer-identified space where straights feel welcome? Why do it at all? Patrick Scully answers
From the birth of the NEA to the battle fields in Minnesota, Patrick Scully explains the "Culture Wars" coherently, vividly, and quickly.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jul. 20
By the mid-90s, the Twin Cities suddenly appeared to be crawling with scrappy, spunky, young, and tiny independent new theaters. Carolyn Pool dove right in.
Sheila Livingston came to Minnesota at the same time as Tyrone Guthrie. In the early days, a big G meant cereal, not theater.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jul. 15
Mixed Blood, Penumbra, August Wilson, New York, the Guthrie, Pillsbury House Faye Price is on quite a journey.
How did the Guthrie's cash machine "A Christmas Carol" happen? Where did the Playwrights Center come from? Barbara Field was in the middle of it.
Lighting designer Marcus Dillard steps out from behind the scenes to share his recollections. "The technology is changing everything constantly."
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jul. 7
The creator of the Choreographers' Evening, Judith Brin Ingber has been in middle of the growth of dance in Minnesota from the 1950s to today.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jul. 1
Greater Minnesota | Tradition
An interview with long-time Minnesota theater legend Don Stolz who "refuses to do a play that presents life as hopeless. . . It just isn't true."
by MinnesotaPlaylist • May. 20
Your handy-dandy guide to new work development opportunities, compiled by MinnesotaPlaylist Intern, Anna Sundberg.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • May. 7
The prolific, ubiquitous, droll, jocular, successful and local playwright Jeffrey Hatcher sits for a video interview on the state of playwrighting.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Mar. 2
Jungle Theater Artistic Director Bain Boehlke and Associate AD Joel Sass explain in a video interview how they think about the plays they put on the stage.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Feb. 16
Four Twin Cities critics sit down for a wide-ranging interview on the tension in their role, their relationship to artists and responsibility to readers.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jan. 21
Management | Vision
From religion to Minnesota's Legacy Amendment to health care reform, one of the forces behind Jeune Lune speaks.
Specs and contact information for twenty good rehearsal spaces.
Posted May. 24
News and notes |
Mixed Blood announces new program offering free admission to all of their shows. How will this impact their programs and other theater companies in town?
Posted Jul. 16
Special focus | Tradition
Gary Oldman sends an important message to athletes who act
Posted Aug. 16
48,350 tickets were distributed to the 167 shows participating in the 11-day performing arts festival.
Posted May. 14
The old Playlist is up and running, but this might be only temporary ...
Posted Sep. 14
New partnership, Irrigate, means funding for local artist driven programs
Posted Feb. 26
Special focus | Management | Social Service
Arts Advocacy Day is Tuesday, March 8. Sheila Smith from Minnesota Citizens for the Arts makes an excellent case for why you need to be there.
Posted May. 17
Special focus |
55 Arts organizations and hundreds of artists are organizing to oppose the marriage amendment that will be on the ballot in MN in November.
See it this week at In the Heart of the Beast Theatre in Minneapolis. Presented by Green T Productions with Sumunar Indonesian Music and Dance.
Angela Walberg Produces and Performs In Neil Gaiman’s Murder Mysteries: A Play for Voices playing at Black Forest Inn this month.
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