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by Levi Weinhagen • Aug. 4
That Levi pushes himself to a show in every slot available on Sunday and discovers how hard Fringe can be.
by Derek Lee Miller • Jul. 29
Management | Vision
Is audience participation the wave of the future, or just another pothole on the bumpy road to audience engagement?
by Ira Brooker • Mar. 28
A reader wonders who a review of 'Othello' was meant for, and it's not an easy answer.
by Dominic Orlando • Jan. 21
"This is a mosaic of adulthood we all recognize, even if we never moved more than a mile from home."
by Sam L Landman • Apr. 6
"Phil was the epitome of a working actor. He traveled where the work was and brought that formidable talent with him."
by Matt McGeachy • Dec. 5
Matt McGeachy reviews "A Civil War Christmas," the first in a series of reviews this month.
by Sam L Landman • Jun. 30
A cavalcade of Minnesota actors reveal what acting is all about by describing what it isn't
by Levi Weinhagen • Jun. 29
There is really no way to become a competent and capable artist of any kind without learning by doing.
by Beth Chaplin • Jun. 28
How do we price our worth – our work, time, talent, experience and expertise?
by Kathy Graves • Jun. 24
Artists develop lasting connections with audiences and donors by authentically representing themselves
by Caleb and Katy McEwen • Jun. 13
Katy & Caleb McEwen admit how they balance family and work life.
by John Middleton • Jun. 6
Tradition | Vision
What does it mean to think like an artist?
by Joshua English Scrimshaw • May. 31
Joshua English Scrimshaw answers the question what do artists who do comedy think of the phrase "more than just comedy."
by Mary Kay and Bob Zabel • May. 20
Art is essential because art is language.
by Shanan Custer • May. 16
Do we work for money or love of our art?
by Marya Hornbacher • Apr. 25
Chicago and Minneapolis; Sex and Song; the practical and literal versus the conceptual and suggestive; the heart and body versus the mind.
by Sarah Rattanavong-Wash • Apr. 3
Sarah Rattanavong-Wash investigates whether social media really builds audiences.
by Matt McGeachy • Mar. 25
Matt McGeachy waxes eloquently on the two P's of writer's block.
by Tom Poole • Mar. 17
Playwright Tom Poole cracks wise on critics of dance and on dance criticism.
See it this week at Commonweal Theatre Co. in Lanesboro. Presented by Commonweal Theatre Co..
Andrew Troth directs "Spoken For" in 15th Annual New Play Festival & Season Preview! playing at Ames Center this month.
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