The launch of the theater season usually brings a flurry of new production. This fall, the shows have come in a blitz. Here are links to seven recently reviewed productions. 


"Cavalia." Photo by Tom Wallace

 "Cavalia," the equestrian and acrobat spectacular, opened Wednesday just west of Minneapolis. It is a feast of iconic images. Rohan Preston reviewed it. 


Daniel Gerroll and Dearbhla Molloy in "Much Ado."

Language is savored in Joe Dowling's production of "Much Ado About Nothing" at the Guthrie. 


Neil Labute's "reasons to be pretty" gets a Walking Shadow Company production at the Guthrie. Graydon Royce takes a look.


Noel Raymond directs "The Pride," Alexi Kaye Campbell's time-hopping play, at Pillsbury House Theatre. Claude Peck has a review



"Neighbors," an abrasive, provocative satire, launches Mixed Blood's free admission program. Lisa Brock takes a look



Former TV news anchor Don Shelby plays the narrator in "The Rocky Horror Show." 


And the marathon family-dysfunction drama "August: Osage County" opened at Park Square Theatre.