When I’m recommending the Walker Art Center’s Out There series—as I do often—I tell people that it’s a series where anything can be done o..
One way to explain The Evening, a work by Richard Maxwell’s New York City Players that’s currently having its world premiere at the Walker..
When the fine folks at UV Vodka wrote to let us know they were rolling out some new flavors and offered to send a couple of bottles our wa..
“When they’re trying to decide what plays to put in here,” said my girlfriend as we took our seats at the Guthrie Theater’s McGuire Prosce..
For those who get high on the holidays, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas is pure Maui Waui: there’s snow, there are patterned sweaters, the..
The critic Jan Swafford has pointed out that the genius of Bach’s music is apparent in its incorruptibility: arrange his Baroque compositi..
“Something must be wrong with my eyes,” said my friend Ashley when I met her in the lobby of the Jungle Theater after Friday night’s perfo..
My paternal grandmother Mary Anne Nuessle Gabler would have celebrated her 95th birthday this month. My father posted a memorial essay Abi..
When the Soap Factory proprietors hired Live Action Set’s Noah Bremer to direct their Haunted Basement, they acknowledged that the wildly ..
The Critic and the Concubine is produced by the Grays Players, “a group of young theatre artists working to establish ourselves in the Twi..
In Appomattox, Christopher Hampton doesn’t entirely manage to suppress his well-honed playwright’s instinct for crafting memorable charact..