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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.


Nuns in Chanhassen's 'Sister Act' forge a true sisterhood

The nuns in Chanhassen's hit show have formed bonds that aren't just a matter of habit.


Review: 'Waitress' serves up an unexpected slice of soulfulness at Orpheum

Sara Bareilles' musical is about love and marriage and, of course, pie.


Guthrie Theater offers a refreshed, ringing 'Christmas Carol'

Good ol’ Ebenezer Scrooge is still crotchety and given to the kind of monosyllabic bleating that makes him sound like a gored ungulate. When his…


'Sister Act' has a rapturous second coming at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres

A revival of the Chanhassen Dinner Theatres smash finds new ways to thrill.


Children's Theatre rekindles its Dr. Seuss connection with 'Grinch'

Dr. Seuss and the Children's Theatre have a relationship that goes back nearly 40 years.


Transatlantic Love Affair offers entertaining slice of piracy with 'Privateer' at Illusion Theater

Transatlantic Love Affair stages a funny, flippant take on history's notorious criminals.


Review: Pixie dust is hard to find in 'Neverland' at Orpheum

"Finding Neverland" tour tries hard to entertain.


Talking Volumes guest Jacqueline Woodson grew up in 'Another Brooklyn'

To fill a "yawning gap" in books about black girlhood, Jacqueline Woodson turned to the Brooklyn of her youth.


Intermedia Arts to sell its Minneapolis home, saying debts 'leave us no choice'

The building near Lyn-Lake could raise more than $1 million for the deficit-burdened arts organization.


Review: Park Square puts its modern Hamlet in a 'House of Cards'

Writer/director Joel Sass offers a remix of the tale of the revenge-addled prince.