Minnesota Theater Talk

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REVIEW: A bounty of ideas from a tiny seed

Criticism

"People wish to be useful more than they desire to be rich. We are hardwired to make meaningful contributions to the lives of those around us."

BLOG: 2nd Place Ain't Bad

Vision

Minneapolis/St. Paul is voted the second-best theater scene in the country (even if Mike Daisey says the theater world is falling apart).

20 QUESTIONS: Zenon leadership

Process

The dance and theater communities in the Twin Cities are like the Twin Cities--connected yet oddly separated. Let's build a bridge across the river divide.

REVIEW: Drunk on language and love

Criticism

You may think you've seen enough of this play. You'll want to see this version anyway.

BLOG: Post-Sage Awards thoughts

Posted Oct. 15

After words |

Everyone looked great. Honorees cried. Dancers danced. How do the Sage Awards compare to other awards shows?

REVIEW: The wrong verdict

Criticism

Katherine Glover attempts to tackle an enormous, thorny, provocative topic in her newest play, but the topic wiggles out her grasp.

BLOG: LORT House Down 2: Financial Boogaloo

Innovation | Management | Vision

Another LORT theater goes down. RIP Georgia Shakespeare.

Greatest Hits: Editor's Pics

My life in crisis

Social Service

An actor for the Crisis Company will play some of the most dramatic characters of his or her career, in the strangest settings.

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Ty Hudson

Ty Hudson

Ty Hudson performs in Double Feature: The Antichrist Cometh and Brilliant Traces playing at Ames Center this month.

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