Recent content from Rohan Preston
To fill a "yawning gap" in books about black girlhood, Jacqueline Woodson turned to the Brooklyn of her youth.
REVIEW: Regional premiere of Swedish playwright's "[Almost Equal To]" at Pillsbury House taps into global financial insecurity.
REVIEW: "Disney's Aladdin" opened the Broadway season in Minneapolis with flash and pizazz.
REVIEW: Children's Theatre's made-in-Minnesota hockey musical offers insights and humor.
Joseph Haj elaborates on his approach to Shakespeare with a lusty production of the classic.
His death came days before "The Abominables" opened.
Angus and Margaret Wurtele gave generously to the Walker Art Center and Guthrie Theater.
James Rodríguez finally plays the romantic lead after a decade of "thuggishly scary" roles.
Board chair from 1990 to 1995, she was instrumental in solving a budget crisis, strengthening the orchestra's endowment and hiring Eiji Oue.
The English-born dressmaker built costumes for nearly 40 years at the Guthrie and helped establish the theater's high standards.