The Church Basement Ladies franchise began in 2005 with the original Church Basement Ladies play, set in 1964. After serving up A Second ..
Let’s be honest: landscape painting isn’t exactly the sexiest subject for an exhibit. It sounds like something you’d bring your 903-year-o..
I walked into the Guthrie’s new production of South Pacific perhaps a little sadistically eager to measure it against the national tour of..
The title of the Walker Art Center’s new show Less Than One might cause you to think that at least we’re making progress from Less Than Ze..
After more than ten years, the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis has brought back Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat for a short ru..
To create an exhibit exploring the subject of stock images, there are multiple approaches you could take. You could present a straightforw..
At the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the exhibit State of the Art includes pill-bottle pendulums, a collage of refuse, and a woodcut with ..
Country Roads: The Music of John Denver is currently being staged at Plymouth Playhouse. Conceived and created by Dennis Curley, this show..
Germinal gets the first of its many laughs with a teasing lighting cue at the show’s very onset. The amusement continues for the next 90 m..
I had never seen Shakespeare’s Pericles before today’s matinee at the Guthrie Theater, but I was plenty familiar with its latter-day regio..
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..
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..