stage & arts
A new crop of theater troupes is rising, fueled by the energy of youth — but also the voice of experience.
Samuel Roberson Jr., who performed at Children's Theatre, Illusion and Pillsbury House before moving to Chicago, died Sunday at 34.
REVIEW: Premiere by Moving Company is a nearly three-hour patchwork with much to say.
Just days after Ringling Bros. performed its final show, Cirque du Soleil announced its latest high-flying circus production.
Without a high-voltage star, David Hare's wordy, half-baked play is a tough slog at Park Square.
Review: The actors, comics and pals made for a hilarious evening of shtick and song.
Hip-hop all-stars The Cowles Center shines a much-deserved spotlight on local artists working specifically in hip-hop dance. “Mixtape” showcases seven Twin Cities choreographer/ dancers representing…
Now in its 22nd year, Art-a-Whirl is an opportunity for Minnesotans to check out fresh local artwork and witness the creative process in action.
Art-a-Whirl isn’t for every art person. Despite the 600-plus artists showing across 50 northeast Minneapolis locations, a lot of it is hit or miss. This…
REVIEW: Playwright Lloyd Suh's murder mystery about stereotypes opens with gusto at the Guthrie.
James Rocco, who staged such musicals as "A Chorus Line" and "West Side Story," will leave in December after 13 years.
The Walker opens a show of smaller works by soon-to-be Sculpture Garden star Katharina Fritsch.
Walking Shadow stages the regional debut of "Red Velvet," about the first black actor to play Othello.
The tiny venue in Hopkins, one year old this month, is hosting its first comedy festival.
New Epic Theater's staging of 'Medea' was to star Guthrie leading lady Michelle O'Neill and Twin Cities leading man Mark Benninghofen.
Minnesota arts groups are inviting stories that dissect U.S. immigration politics and the Syrian refugee crisis.
REVIEW: Ten Thousand Things stages an engaging revival of Lynn Nottage's "Intimate Apparel."
Red Velvet Renowned 19th-century actor Ira Aldridge (1807-67) led a life worthy of a big screen feature. Born in New York, he became famous for…
Ruben Nusz: B.C. The “B.C.” in the title of this show is ambiguous. In a sense, it harks back to the ancient practice of applying…
Bruce Shapiro's robotic creations have appeared at the White House and on Martha Stewart's TV show.