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..
To watch this year’s finalists and award-winners for the British Arrows is to be reminded of why the media machine has become known as “th..
Longtime followers of the Guthrie Theater’s Christmas Carol think of the succession of actors playing Ebenezer Scrooge as eras — the way B..
I’ve always thought John Patrick Shanley’s 2004 play Doubt was an open-and-shut case. I think the priest accused of child molestation is ..
“That was a good ending!” declared the man sitting in front of me as the lights went down at the conclusion of the Jungle Theater’s Wednes..
Imagine an audience equally comprising young children and adults—all held captive for close to two hours, with the only sound being a youn..
Last year, Miley Cyrus created the Happy Hippie Foundation: a nonprofit organization that aims “to rally young people to fight injustice f..
I knew I was making a mistake by waiting all these years to make my first trip to the Bakken Museum. “It’s awesome!” said everyone. “I kno..
I let my sister get abducted by Santa. She did come back, but she was bloody. At least, that splatter of red on the shoulder of her t-shir..
I didn’t read Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird until I reviewed it for a children’s literature class I was taking in college. On my revi..