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Theater Latté Da's lavish revival distills the soul of the musical for unrestrained joy.
Director Nicole A. Watson's production has Broadway glamour wrapped in heartbreak.
The tour stars Norm Lewis and Eugene Lee.
An AIA Home of the Month in southwestern Wisconsin emphasizes green living principles while catering to a passion for outdoor activities.
Mark Nerenhausen will retire in September after a six-year tenure.
A companion piece to "A Raisin in the Sun," the Pearl Cleage play stars Broadway actor Kimberly Marable.
Director Talvin Wilks' cinematic production marks the regional premiere of Jacqueline Woodson's poetic play.
Children's Theatre Company members Autumn Ness and Reed Sigmund also are grateful for community support.
Hayley Finn is leaving Playwrights' Center and Red Eye Theater for Washington, D.C.
Youngsters cope with trauma of losing their parents through poetry in the play.
The actor originated roles in the works of August Wilson and helped form the DNA of the St. Paul theater.
He has been named the producing artistic director of Asolo Repertory Theatre in Sarasota, Fla.
Aimee K. Bryant delivers fluid performances in Sharon Bridgforth's new play at Pillsbury House Theatre.
Actor/director Greta Grosch seeks to entertain from a secure place with ninth "Church Basement Ladies" show at Ames Center.
The theater kicks off 2023 with the premiere of a solo show by Sharon Bridgforth.
Millennials are coming back, but older fans remain cautious. The concerns are widely shared across the country.
1. "Beauty and the Beast." Eyepopping design, a lush orchestra and sublime performances by title players Rajané Katurah and Nathaniel Hackmann helped make Michael Heitzman's…
He succeeds Ron Peluso, who led the company for 27 years.
Director Ansa Akyea's production of "Snowy Day" at Park Square, grounded in music and a sense of play, suspends time.
The sparkling homegrown production is a highwater mark for the Ordway's Broadway at the Ordway series.
Christine Heesun Hwang is grateful that her high school helped in honing her craft and finding her voice.
The Disney musical will feature a talent pool that includes veterans and newbies.
The production maintains its poise, even with technical hiccups.
After a pandemic delay, the theater was able to achieve its creative vision of the retooled holiday classic.
The holiday show uses humor and heart to show the transformation of the mean, green one.
The green, mean one's personality comes through loud and clear.
The Zephyr Theatre met a need for performing arts in the St Croix Valley.
Actor J.C. Cutler vividly sketches all the characters in this solo play about trauma and resilience.
He calls her his lifeline. She pins the lifelong relationship on trust.
The show is more polished, confident and fun than the engagement three years ago.
The poet and essayist will discuss his works in St. Paul at the Fitzgerald Theater Nov. 2.
An adoption awareness event will be a companion to the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.
Henry VIII's ill-fated wives have their say in this Tudor theatrical concert.
The solo show about immigration, history and survival opens Saturday at Six Points Theater in St. Paul.
Harrison David Rivers' play finally premieres at St. Paul's Penumbra after being delayed twice.
Michael Egan shows a different dimension of talent in this production adapted from the 2009 film.
Suzan-Lori Parks uses words to put new airs and raiments around a myth-draped Founding Father.
In her 50 years with the Guthrie, she made it a place to build community and belonging.
A contemporary couple wrestles with history in the play by Pulitzer Prize winning Suzan-Lori Parks.
Three new bump-outs on the back help meet a family's space needs in this sensitive renovation.
Stages Theatre's world premiere orbits the duo's fishing forays around the Twin Cities.
The record label founder has led ensembles, designed instruments and has been hailed "joyously creative."
Children's Theatre kicked off its new season celebrating Ethiopian Olympian Derartu Tulu.
Meet the onstage and offstage cast who're helping to shape the field.
From premieres to revivals, the stages are alive with the sound of resilience.
Patrons streamed into the theater over its first year after a $12.5 million renovation.
The production kicks off the Guthrie Theater's fall season.
For Circus Abyssinia, neither pandemic nor war could stop its desire to highlight African women.
The Bloomington arts center has postponed "Godspell" and put future productions on hold.
Ten Thousand Things stages the reimagined Greek classic with music and an all-star cast.
Ten Thousand Things Theater kicks off new season with Greek tragedy starring top Twin Cities actors.
Park Square's new season kicks off with a fresh perspective of the Tony-winning "Humans."
The remodeled property on Lake Minnetonka served as a retreat for the University of Minnesota coach and his family.
Romance sparks between plants, three guys get hit with food and love is tested onstage.
After a four-year hiatus, the graduate actor-training program that minted Oscar and Emmy winners is back.
The Minnesota theater festival features 119 eclectic shows.
Pilobolus, Joffrey Ballet and Ballet Hispánico are part of the roster.
The drama captures the economic strains, resentments and dreams of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
Lucas J. Bellamy was arrested last week while fleeing police, according to charges.
Teen actors Hugo Mullaney, Audrey Mojica and Sofia Salmela share their takes on the blockbuster musical.
Lynn Nottage captures how friendship is tested amid hardship in show at Guthrie Theater.
It is the new Gray Mallard Theater Company's first production.
After 46 years, the founder steps down with fond memories, some regrets and plenty of gratitude.
The region has earned a reputation as one of the nation's premier regional theater hubs.
Design for formerly "landlocked" space provided connections, and won a Home of the Month honor.
The jukebox musical captures it all — enduring tunes, pain and poignancy.
Marcus Paul James plays Otis Williams in the touring Broadway musical.
Classical Actors Ensemble is presenting "Love's Labor's Lost" in Twin Cities area parks.
The commissioned show feels like a layer cake of varied artistic visions.
The Lauren Yee play offers strong acting and first-rate music in its Minneapolis premiere.
The show fulfills a Theater Mu and Jungle Theater collaboration long-delayed by the pandemic.
Greta Oglesby and Alison Edwards try to deliver clarity in Jen Silverman's stylistically muddled play.
Greta Oglesby stars in the two-hander show "The Roommate."
Mikell Sapp mines his journey from Alabama to Minnesota in his solo show at Pillsbury House Theatre.
In a solo show at Pillsbury House Theatre riffing on Charlie Brown, the Alabama native mines his culture shock for humor.