Rohan Preston

Reporter | Theater
Phone: 612-673-4390
Rohan Preston has interviewed Arthur Miller, August Wilson, Edward Albee, Tony Kushner, Bill Cosby and other luminaries who have made him giddy as a kid on candy. He thanks his high-school English teacher for telling him that if he wanted to get into concerts and Broadway shows for free, he should either usher or become a critic.

Recent content from Rohan Preston

It's kickoff time for gridiron drama 'Colossal'

Mixed Blood tackles a new play about the excesses, demands and contradictions of football — with four quarters and halftime.

Updated: October 09, 2014, - 07:52 PM

'Seedfolks' blooms at Minneapolis' Children’s Theatre

At Children’s Theatre, Sonja Parks tackles a dozen colorful characters in the premiere of the one-woman play “Seedfolks,” adapted by Paul Fleischman from his own children’s book.

Updated: October 06, 2014, - 12:54 PM

Solo shows take over two stages

Sonja Parks and Jeffrey Hatcher on two very different solo shows that open this weekend.

Updated: October 06, 2014, - 08:59 AM

Twin Cities theater producer underwrites quality

Quietly, Frances Wilkinson uses her astute eye, impeccable taste – and her checkbook – to bring groundbreaking plays to the Twin Cities.

Updated: September 27, 2014, - 05:19 PM

Ralph Lemon unveils new work at Walker Art Center

He uses art, music, movement – and erotica – to explore female icons.

Updated: September 26, 2014, - 12:01 PM

New Lee Blessing play headlines Illusion's new season

Illusion Theater’s 2014-15 lineup includes works by Jeffrey Hatcher and Miss Richfield and the musical “Fruit Fly.”

Updated: September 19, 2014, - 03:37 PM

Michael Koerner charts long career in charming music for theater

Michael Koerner uses music to tell stories that amuse and transport theater audiences. If he has a specialty, file it under whimsy, magic, comedy. His latest work, “Busytown The Musical,” opens Friday in Minneapolis.

Updated: September 18, 2014, - 03:29 PM

Remembered glories, in 'The New Electric Ballroom'

REVIEW: Wendy Knox of Frank Theatre stages another strangely engrossing play by Enda Walsh.

Updated: September 15, 2014, - 05:04 PM

'Marcus' gets a memorable staging at the Guthrie

REVIEW: In “Marcus,” the final play in Tarell McCraney’s landmark trilogy, a young man comes of age.

Updated: September 15, 2014, - 01:04 PM

'Marcus,' final play in Tarell McCraney's trilogy, opens at Guthrie

“Genius” writer’s Brother/Sister plays have unspooled at the Guthrie as a multiyear epic.

Updated: September 11, 2014, - 02:47 PM

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