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Posted Dec. 17
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At a loss for how to cope with a recent school shooting. Here's words from someone else instead.
Posted Nov. 6
How are theater folk spending election night?
Posted Sep. 10
Special focus | Innovation
When artists responded to recent criticism of the MN theater scene, well, it's hard to explain what happened exactly. Inside, Sam Johns and Paige Collette try.
Posted Jul. 16
Special focus | Tradition
Gary Oldman sends an important message to athletes who act
Posted Jul. 10
Special focus | Fringe
A collection of past MN Playlist writings about or connected to the making and consuming of fringe festival shows
Posted Jul. 3
Special focus | Training
Actor Katie Kaufmann writes about the actors need for a place to workout her skills to hone and maintain the craft.
Posted Jun. 27
Special focus | Process
A performer, musician, and healer writes about returning to theater after much exploration in other areas
Posted Jun. 24
Special focus | Audience
A preview of your last chance to dig in - TCIF 2012's final day.
Posted Jun. 22
News from Twin Cities Improv Fest
Posted Jun. 19
Special focus | Process | Production
Joshua Humphrey writes about the process of producing a podcast about the process of producing theater
Posted Jun. 12
Special focus | Management
quick reality check from a writer and improvisor about selling yourself
Posted May. 30
Theater Mixologist John Middleton designs drinks for a few current local productions.
Posted May. 17
55 Arts organizations and hundreds of artists are organizing to oppose the marriage amendment that will be on the ballot in MN in November.
Posted Jul. 1
Guest editor Levi Weinhagen offers sappy thanks for letting him work on the magazine
Posted Jun. 30
Like many others, I have been worrying a lot about our friend Tom Poole. I find reading the articles he wrote here to be medicinal and inspirational.
Posted Jun. 10
Director Kevin Houle explains why he can't stop directing and enjoy your show.
Posted Jun. 1
Springboard for the Arts' executive director Laura Zabel responds to veto of Arts Commission budget in her home state, Kansas.
Posted May. 26
Thoughts on Mixed Bloods free ticket announcement from a Twin Cities theater insider.
Posted May. 23
I didn’t know professional wrestling would someday inform the work I do and love.
Posted Apr. 27
Special focus | Vision
John Olive reminisces about the early days of the Playwrights' Center.
Posted Mar. 31
Isaac Butler casts a gimlet eye on the Mat Smith dust-up over “The Real Reason Playwrights Fail.”
Posted Mar. 23
Isaac Butler muses on why theater is so poorly portrayed on the big screen—and the exceptions.
Posted Feb. 26
Special focus | Management | Social Service
Arts Advocacy Day is Tuesday, March 8. Sheila Smith from Minnesota Citizens for the Arts makes an excellent case for why you need to be there.
See it this week at The Peoples Center Theater in Minneapolis. Presented by Candid Theater Co..
Rachel Austin Love, Loss, and What I Wore playing at Theatre in the Round this month.
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