Last time Beirut-born theater artist Rabih Mroué was featured in the Walker Art Center’s annual Out There series, he came to town with Loo..
When you arrive at the Walker Art Center’s McGuire Theater for Daniel Fish’s A (radically condensed and expanded) Supposedly Fun Thing I’l..
If you, like a lot of people, read Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 once, in high school, you might remember it sketchily as a dystopian scie..
Prior to the start of RoosevElvis at the Walker Art Center’s McGuire Theater on Thursday night, the TEAM’s artistic director Rachel Chavki..
A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder is the kind of show that you ask people about and get, in response, a shrug. “It won a Tony,” they ..
I’ve never been to Jerusalem, but it’s always been part of my life. Raised Catholic, I grew up hearing daily stories about historical happ..
Based on a true story, The Sound of Music tells the story of Maria Von Trapp, a young postulate at an Austrian abbey just before World War..
“I like to paint,” said Joey Hamburger, sitting at the Spyhouse on Nicollet on Tuesday night. “Every time I paint it starts ..
Gina Young’s 2013 play Femmes: A Tragedy has a clever, subversive premise. Young reimagines Clare Booth Luce’s 1936 play The Women — a com..
There’s always a certain conceptual flavor to the Choreographers’ Evening — this is the Walker Art Center, after all — but this year’s col..
There’s an undeniable energy to the Guthrie Theater’s Cocoanuts — but I was left wondering whether there mightn’t have been a more interes..