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by Sophie Kerman • Oct. 15
Katherine Glover attempts to tackle an enormous, thorny, provocative topic in her newest play, but the topic wiggles out her grasp.
by Dominic Orlando • Oct. 8
In idyllic Lanesboro, MN, 13 actors make Stoppard's 3 hour play an effortless trip through time.
by Dominic Orlando • Sep. 22
What do "Ashland" and "Cabaret" have in common? Dominic advocates for the mixing of styles into what can only be described as "adult pleasure".
by John Middleton • Sep. 18
TBT: A comprehensive, sequential warm-up from breath to yoga to centering—um, does anyone else feel a little numb right now?
by Melodie Bahan • Sep. 4
Criticism | Vision
TBT: Melodie Bahan loves good performing arts writing so much that she begs arts journalists to make her life as a publicist more difficult.
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?
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