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

Wayzata native teaches 'Grinch' to dance

Wayzata native Wendy Seyb pushed pause on her New York career to inject color and heat into CTC's holiday show.

Updated: November 14, 2014, - 03:05 PM

'Relics' premieres at Guthrie Theater

The creators of “Relics” wondered what today would look like when viewed from the future.

Updated: November 13, 2014, - 03:06 PM

Shá Cage tackles high-tech warfare in 'Grounded'

Shá Cage bears the weight of a drone pilot's complex ethical and moral issues in the solo show “Grounded.”

Updated: November 09, 2014, - 01:56 PM

Longtime Jerome Foundation president to step down

Cynthia Gehrig grew the foundation’s endowment and invested early in artists with promise.

Updated: November 03, 2014, - 09:42 PM

Ex-model brings prison tale 'Peculiar Patriot' to Penumbra

Liza Jessie Peterson modeled before becoming an actor and writer. She will perform her prison drama “The Peculiar Patriot” at Penumbra.

Updated: October 31, 2014, - 03:48 PM

Ritz Theater looks at life without Ballet of the Dolls

Officials says that despite lingering debt at the northeast Minneapolis theater, other bookings are coming in and “things are looking up.”

Updated: October 27, 2014, - 10:32 PM

Macalester's Marlon James writes Jamaican epic

The writer, who lives in Minneapolis and teaches at Macalester, is the toast of fall for his sweeping tale of politics, violence and reggae superstar Bob Marley.

Updated: October 20, 2014, - 08:23 AM

Penumbra's 'Timbuktu' gets lost along the way

REVIEW: Penumbra Theatre is known for being so consistently excellent that a misfire at the house that Lou Bellamy and August Wilson built has the potential to shock. Such is the case with “On the Way to Timbuktu.”

Updated: October 17, 2014, - 11:30 AM

Busy theater weekend: '33 Variations,' 'On the Way to Timbuktu,' 'New Jerusalem,' '1984'

A busy weekend in theater includes an area premiere of “On the Way to Timbuktu,” a work about the philosopher Spinoza and an adaptation of that feel-good novel, “1984.”

Updated: October 16, 2014, - 03:06 PM

'Nice Work' takes a delightful bow in the Twin Cities

REVIEW: Jazz Age meets Gershwin tunes and bootleggers in the fun-and-glitzymusical “Nice Work If You Can Get It.”

Updated: October 15, 2014, - 06:31 PM

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