Director Daniel Fish’s radical reinvention of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical shines in a production now touring nationally.
This accessible, absorbing production is ample reason to pause the endless content stream and check in again with live theater.
Though uneven, “Aquelarres” marks a welcome stage in the gradual return of live independent theater in all its wonderful weirdness.
In one of Minnesota’s first indoor productions since the pandemic struck, Theatre Elision presents an atmospheric a capella musical.
If anyone knows how to make good use of screen time, it’s the people who have to pay £1,000 a second for it.
My grandmother’s life in this community has ended, but the life of the community, the spirit of my mother and her mother, continues to flow.
“An Art of Changes” traces the artist’s career from epochal early works through to his most recent work. It’s art a student of visual perception can love.
“Assembly Hall” is the first major U.S. exhibition by artist Theaster Gates, acclaimed for using distinctive collections to animate spaces.
I have never seen any Monty Python work, but knew to expect irreverent humor. Could the search be for a can of Spam? Who was Monty Python anyway?
At the Science Museum of Minnesota, Game Changers highlights four decades of video game history by spotlighting the games’ remarkable creators.
If you thought archaeology had lost its magic in this age of satellite and drone photography, Mostaf Waziry would like to disabuse you of ..
Picture a warm summer day on a lovely island surrounded by beautiful shimmering water with a small hotel serving up hospitality. Now add i..