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The abrupt closure slated for March 2 has taken alumni by surprise.
While inventive and far out, Peter Brosius' production tamps down comparisons to psychedelic jaunts.
The masterful mime is marrying clowning to the stark works of the Irish dramatist.
Hennepin Theatre Trust's 11-title roster includes "Kimberly Akimbo," "Some Like It Hot," "Parade" and "Life of Pi."
Joshua Campbell, who acted in the Las Vegas production, joins in reviewing the staying power of the ABBA musical.
The show will play multiple weeks at the State Theatre, a block from a Prince mural and two blocks from First Avenue.
Ben Bakken's stylish production of this Gershwin musical gets a lush staging with Anita Ruth's 20-piece orchestra.
Richard Thompson's direction adds layers and depth to her memory play.
Review: Theater Latte Da's 'Stones in his Pockets' shows how to break out of being an extra in your own story
Director Marcela Lorca's production offers a Gaelic sandbox for Tom Reed and Reed Sigmund, and boy, do they play.
Tracy Brigden's stylish production puts the hmm in murder-mystery.
It will be the first time in 48 years that a family member won't be in charge at the St. Paul company.
Senior artistic producer Tracy Brigden, who is staging the show, shares her passion for murder-mysteries with Minnesotans.
Greta Oglesby's old school memoir aims for heart and laughs.
Reiko Ho's retells Japanese folk tales to encourage humans to be better.
Longtime actors Tom Reed and Reed Sigmund get along like a house on fire in director Marcela Lorca's comedy.
Katerina McCrimmon clearly belongs on center stage, both when belting songs and rendering soulful ballads.
She started as a reservationist in the box office 39 years ago.
Katerina McCrimmon celebrates the character's "authentic, unconventional beauty" as her own.
An art critic and a theater critic walk into a museum...
Rick Dildine, 45, comes to Minneapolis from the Alabama Shakespeare Festival.
The St. Paul company kicks off its 2024 Raw Stages festival workshopping new plays Wednesday.
Forty years after its debut, the movie is getting a live, theatrical adaptation with Broadway talent.
Yasmina Reza's 1994 play gets a taut and timely staging in Minneapolis.
The "artivist" channeled her grief into memorable performances.
Yasmina Reza's play comes to Minneapolis at a time when men seek more language to express emotions.
Brilliant stagings included "Dolly," "Betty," "Hamlet" and "Peter Pan."
Lonny Price's production, which kicks off a 50-city tour in St. Paul, is entertaining and transporting.
Jamecia Bennett posted her reason Friday on social media.
The Americanization of the import makes the play comically savory.
Playwright Larissa FastHorse has updated the 1954 musical to take out the toxins.
The romantic leads lack vocal power but the Genie shines in a mixed production that runs through Sunday.
In "Rescuing Christmas," actor/singer T. Mychael Rambo plays a character he's often compared to in real life.
The show's Tony-winning director and Genie talk about how the showstopper was built.
The company is reopening after a fiscal crisis nearly closed its doors for good.
Director Maija Garcia's electric production feels contemporary and deeply resonant.
The Minnesota philanthropists talk about love, leadership and finding their deep purpose.
The musical charts the journey taken by women who were influenced and inspired by the first lady of the kitchen.
The production's music and laughter amplify the spirit of the season.
The holiday classic marks the solo directing debut of new mother Addie Gorlin-Han.
The Tony-winning production feels more relevant than the 1970 original.
Director Peter Brosius achieves longheld dreams with his farewell production of the holiday classic.
The actor, who won a Tony for "Company," will belt out famous numbers on the Ordway stage.
The departing Children's Theatre Company artistic director on the Dr. Seuss classic: "Every time I come back to it, it's like opening a box of candies."
The Detroit Lakes native filmed the indie "Rebel Girl" in his home state this summer.
The deconstruction and reconstruction of the classic opens Friday at the Jungle Theater.
The Mankato garden that Sue and Bob Olson have created over the course of 24 years is a reflection of their life, good and bad.
Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg were so different and yet allies when it came to women's rights.
Tyler Michaels King's production has panache, style and "a magic foot."
A pre-adolescent hero takes on bullying and ignorance with grace in this world premiere.
The Minneapolis-set play brings laughs, sweetness and fresh perspectives.
Shá Cage delivers a brilliant performance in Nambi E. Kelley's one-act play.
Theaters are encouraging people to use their cellphones and make some noise during the movie.
The one-act play orbits an imaginative kid who likes to dream and play dress-up.
Conor McPherson's production kicks off its 26-city tour at Minneapolis' Orpheum Theatre.
The show by Native writers Larissa FastHorse and Ty Defoe breaks new ground at Minnesota's flagship theater.
Keith Hovis' new Harold Stassen musical gets tangled up by its subject, which comes in like a meteor then peters out.
The Artistry theater brings William Finn's comic musical about belonging to its Bloomington stage.
Keith Hovis' new musical is about the Minnesota politician who unsuccessfully ran for president nine times.
Playwright Conor McPherson was inspired by the wintry memories of his visits to Minnesota.
Minnesota's richest arts award goes to Pangea World Theater founder whose artistry is deeply embedded in building community.
"The Rats" and "The Wasp's Nest" make suspects out of well-composed humans who could well be cretins.
The production at the Ritz Theater is notable for its humor and pinpoint performances.
The James Lapine-William Finn cult musical is about AIDS, love and newfound family.
The grab bag of gags would feel right at home on "America's Got Talent."
The Broadway tour looks at death as an amusement ride of carnival fun.
Conflicted in tone, the new play doesn't know if it wants to be a romantic comedy or Chekhovian drama.
The theater's fourth production of the Oscar Wilde classic is, well, wildly witty.
Take in the fluffy production through a dog's eyes — and see a blue and yellow world.
She has co-written a Minneapolis-set comedy for the Guthrie and adapted "Peter Pan" for the Ordway.
Gov. Harold Stassen, Bob Dylan and Patti LuPone all get their moment in Twin Cities playhouses.
How the Broadway show, now in Minneapolis, differs from the movie.
The two productions launch seasons at the CTC and Sod House theaters, marrying theater and eats.
The acting company is expected to go a bit Wilde, as in Oscar, to mine the humor in the show.
Lloyd Suh's wry, poignant drama conjures the first Chinese woman in America.
Playing 700-plus gigs in a year, Nicole Fenstad takes her talent from beaches and parks to country clubs.