stage & arts
Over five seasons, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra's Liquid Music series has evolved into something extraordinary.
With powerful performances, "Electra" epitomizes what sets Ten Thousand Things apart.
REVIEW: Artistry dazzles with showmanship in staging at Bloomington Center for the Arts.
REVIEW: Centered on a divorcee, new play at Red Eye Theater reflects on the stories we tell each other.
REVIEW: Old Log Theatre puts another nickel in the jukebox musical "Life Could Be a Dream."
Review: Rosie Herrera's acting chops hold together incongruent dance pieces at the O'Shaughnessy.
Owners of the National Theatre for Children agreed not to create any new nonprofits in which they held more than 3 percent of the shares.
‘Feral Fables: O Pioneer & Family Fremds’ What do Satanic goats and staged mini-dioramas of nature have to do with each other? The only conceivable answer…
The Cobra strikes If only Ali Wong had followed her 2016 Netflix special, “Baby Cobra,” with an aggressive tour schedule, she’d be stand-up’s hottest comic.…
It seems the changes have clicked with younger listeners, convincing St. Paul-based American Public Media to distribute another round.
Nairy Baghramian's witty show reflects on her nearly two decades of making art.
Dancing with childhood memoriesCuban-American choreographer Rosie Herrera took Minneapolis by storm in 2012 with her Northrop performance of "Various Stages of Drowning: A Cabaret," a…
REVIEW: Despite a worthwhile message, Bucket Brigade work is not yet a tight dramatic vessel.
This is the time of the year when Rebecca Jo Malmstrom starts shopping for Christmas dinner.
History Theatre scores political victory with 'All the Way,' a rewarding portrait of LBJ's civil rights legacy
REVIEW: The rewarding production explores a seminal moment in 1960s history and the president who changed civil rights.
Guthrie's first production of a Lillian Hellman play calls out for moral clarity.
Costume designer Trevor Bowen shapes how an audience experiences characters in Twin Cities theaters.
The organization's leaders failed to cut spending in recent years despite a steep decline in revenue.
Review: Set along the Mississippi, the collaborative work merges dance, lyrics, music, video and fire.
Guthrie alum John Carroll Lynch bonded with Harry Dean Stanton in what turned out to be his final movie.