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Rohan Preston spent his childhood in Jamaica and adolescence in New York before earning an English degree at Yale. He has served on the Pulitzer Prize jury for drama. He has been a Star Tribune theater critic since 1998.

Children's Theatre promises four premieres in a wide-ranging 2018-19 season

It plans a globe-trotting 2018-19 season, including four world premieres.

Season packages sell out amid heavy demand for 'Hamilton' tickets; single tickets yet to go on sale

Not to fret: More will be available at a later date.

Tickets to 'Hamilton' in Minneapolis on sale Wednesday – here's how not to get shut out

Only season-ticket packages are being sold initially; single tickets later.

In solo show at Penumbra, biracial artist embraces both sides of her heritage

Khanisha Foster embraces both sides of her biracial heritage in a solo show.

Stories pour from 'A Crack in the Sky' at St. Paul's History Theatre

History Theatre premieres this remarkable autobiographical play about a Somali-American.

Broadway star Tovah Feldshuh returns to Minneapolis with a new play by her brother

Tovah Feldshuh headlines the premiere of her brother's play about cross-cultural friendship.

Sally Pillsbury, active promoter of women, the Guthrie, the U, dies at 93

Pillsbury, a political and philanthropic force in Minnesota for decades, died Saturday night at 93. An active Republican, she fought for gender equity and supported female candidates at a time when women were largely absent from the State Capitol.

Boxing drama 'The Royale' is a rhythmic knockout

This propulsive drama is inspired by Jack Johnson, the first black heavyweight champion.

Star-studded 'Wiz' wows at Children's Theatre

All-star cast warms up the African-American musical version of Oz at Children's Theatre.

Park Square Theatre's artistic director ready to leave after 43 years

Park Square's "accidental artistic director" Richard Cook will retire this fall on his 70th birthday.