stage & arts
At 63, Jim Denomie is finally hitting his stride, making paintings packed with color, humor and a potent dose of righteous fury.
Zippy songs can't save a Broadway musical with nowhere to go.
Aftermath of a murder A black teenager is brutally killed after allegedly whistling at a white woman in 1955. But the tragedy of Emmett Till…
Pete and Earl’s Excellent Adventure Through Feb. 24: Danylo Loutchko, one of the creators behind last year’s Minnesota Fringe hit “Hamlet but Hamlet’s a Chicken,”…
‘Proxy’ for human reality Imagine your brain is put in a vat, where it continues to think and feel outside of your body. Meanwhile, where…
Set amid the AIDS crisis, this musical at the Ordway conjures a broken but lovable modern family.
New director makes an assured debut with fairy tale musical.
Two new Twin Cities theater companies are shining the spotlight on mature performers and their stories.
Three suggestions for escaping ennui in retirement.
Is ending a relationship with your brother or sister ever the right thing to do?
In many ways, this purchase is much different than buying a house.
Restocking beloved favorites brings back joyous feelings for one writer.
The Twin Cities arts organization closed down after 44 years in the face of a now-resolved fiscal crisis. It's future is still an open question.
Guthrie production sets play in the present — and in a sunnier part of Shakespeare's world.
Part of the Children's Theatre's 2019-20 season, a new play recalls the state's momentous meatpackers strike.
Campus-set drama looks at issue of sex assault with the involvement of alcohol.
Fierce female moves Brazilian activist and dance artist Nildinha Fonsêca has been making waves in the male-dominated world of choreography. Bringing her fierce feminist style…
A searing drama about the aftermath of the Emmett Till killing premieres at Penumbra.
Deborah Nelson made her mark outfitting generations of high school dance teams.