Recent content from Rohan Preston
REVIEW: Its latest sketch-comedy revue aims zingers at Washington.
Performing-arts lineup for 2017-18 features artists from four continents.
The 10-day event reflects a renaissance of talented young black performers.
REVIEW: Reviewing a 1986 revival of "Idiot's Delight," New York Times critic Frank Rich called the play a "clumsy" "theatrical antique." It hasn't gotten better.
That's how often Kirby Bennett puts on a big show. This summer she unearths the 1930s classic "Idiot's Delight."
Review: Sondheim musical "Sunday in the Park With George" is a beaut at the Guthrie.
Actors on Twin Cities stages increasingly reflect the diversity of their audiences. But they're hardly "colorblind."
Two N.Y. actors make a temporary home here to play "Sunday in the Park With George."
REVIEW: Fueled by graceful dance and Gershwin melodies, the stage reincarnation of the Gene Kelly musical is a vehicle for romance.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter makes his Twin Cities theater debut in the Jungle musical "Fly by Night."