At the beginning of Good Job Horses, three gunslingers tumble into a lonesome desert hotel, toting overflowing bags of bloody money. It tu..
Necklines were plunging, shirts were short to vanishing, and bellies were out—for both genders, not always intentionally—at Orchestra Hall..
As the cast of Space Girl took their bows on Thursday night at Bedlam Lowertown, I did some quick math in my head. First, I compared the p..
In Avengers: Age of Ultron, a movie that cost more than the GDP of Palau, the most impressive effect is James Spader’s voice. As the epony..
What would you do if your husband was an assistant coach at Penn State and came home to tell you he’d just discovered Jerry Sandusky in a ..
When I realized that The Clouds of Sils Maria would be a long movie where characters walk through the Swiss Alps and talk about age, love,..
Some of Annie Enneking’s songs in What I Want Now I Will Want Later are in the tradition of Joni Mitchell and Kate Bush, performers who kn..
Mr. Burns, the excellent play now on the Guthrie Theater’s McGuire Proscenium Stage, is about the malleability of myth: the way tales chan..
I’ve rarely been so excited and nervous at the theater as I was before the lights went down on Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play. Would our ..
Mathew Janczewski’s program note for the production of Plastic Language now on stage at the Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Art..
“It’s new,” said Jon Ferguson as he greeted me last night at the door of the Guthrie Theater’s Dowling Studio. “But then, it always is.”