Minnesota Theater Talk

Anna Sundberg and Namir Smallwood in R&J

REVIEW: Drunk on language and love

Criticism

You may think you've seen enough of this play. You'll want to see this version anyway.

BLOG: Post-Sage Awards thoughts

Posted Oct. 15

After words |

Everyone looked great. Honorees cried. Dancers danced. How do the Sage Awards compare to other awards shows?

REVIEW: The wrong verdict

Criticism

Katherine Glover attempts to tackle an enormous, thorny, provocative topic in her newest play, but the topic wiggles out her grasp.

BLOG: LORT House Down 2: Financial Boogaloo

Innovation | Management | Vision

Another LORT theater goes down. RIP Georgia Shakespeare.

Playlist profile: Jill Bernard

Innovation | Training | Vision

We've got a globe-trotting, Twin Cities improv and theater Ambassador in our midst. You should know her better.

REVIEW: How do you do that?

Criticism

It's a play about how things work, but Ira can't figure out how it works. He only knows that it does.

REVIEW: Commonweal makes it all seem so easy

In idyllic Lanesboro, MN, 13 actors make Stoppard's 3 hour play an effortless trip through time.

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A war zone

Audience | Process

Four soldiers of the theater are pinned down by enemy fire in an unnamed country in an unnamed war. One of them won’t make it home.

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Ty Hudson

Ty Hudson

Ty Hudson performs in Double Feature: The Antichrist Cometh and Brilliant Traces playing at Ames Center this month.

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