REVIEW: Ten Thousand Things' revival of its first musical, “The Unsinkable Molly Brown,” is a rambunctious winner.
Updated: February 13, 2015, - 08:23 AM
REVIEW: Theater Latté Da’s new staging of “Oliver!” offers a steampunk take on the tale of an orphan boy’s sojourn from workhouse to mean streets to loving home. It manages to stay true to the material.
Updated: February 10, 2015, - 05:29 PM
REVIEW: A rural Ojibwe family moves to Minneapolis to investigate a death in “The Jingle Dress.”
Updated: February 09, 2015, - 11:42 AM
Some criticize the Falun Gong-affiliated dance company for cultural misrepresentation, while others find it harmless.
Updated: February 06, 2015, - 03:19 PM
The dance collective Shapeshift may be young, but it embodies the unifying spirit of the genre's 1970s roots.
Updated: February 04, 2015, - 10:12 PM
“Love and Information” is a clever study on how we connect and collect scraps of knowledge, for better or worse, in 57 scenes.
Updated: February 04, 2015, - 03:18 PM
REVIEW: The Oscar nominees for animated short films include a few standouts, but this year's live-action lineup is weak.
Updated: January 29, 2015, - 12:22 PM
REVIEW: The Canadian drama “Mommy” bombards the audience with the agonies of raising a violently disturbed teen.
Updated: January 29, 2015, - 12:00 PM
REVIEW: Too often, moviegoers must choose between character-driven drama and edge-of-your-seat action. “Black Sea” has both, with a gripping performance by Jude Law as their nexus.
Updated: January 29, 2015, - 11:59 AM