stage & arts
Lottery of 40 tickets for each show to be drawn during Twin Cities run.
Referendum passed by Brainerd voters will provide a new performing-arts center for the Lakes Area Music Festival.
The orchestra is the first from the United States to play South Africa's biggest stages.
truTV Impractical Jokers starring the Tenderloins Comedy troupe the Tenderloins (Joe Gatto, James Murray, Brian Quinn and Sal Vulcano) are the creators and stars of…
Minnesota Chorale loosens up, while the South Africans get a lesson in German.
This weekend kicks off the 10th season of singing and snacking in the garden.
Theater Mu premieres a new work by Twin Cities playwright May Lee-Yang.
As the Fringe heads into its final weekend, here are our critics' top picks from the 42 shows we reviewed.
Back for its 25th year, the Midwest's biggest performing arts festival is expected to draw nearly 50,000 attendees to 132 shows, each no longer than an hour, at more than a dozen venues Aug. 2-12. Star Tribune reviewers will swarm the fest to see as many shows as they can stand, and tip readers to the good, the bad and the curious. New this year: a Family Fringe with six shows at Celtic Junction in St. Paul. Tickets are $5-$10 per show, $19-25 for a daylong pass, $220 for VIP all-access pass. Seats for some shows can be reserved for an extra $3 via minnesotafringe.org.
The Siah Armajani-designed structure is back just in time for the artist's retrospective at Walker Art Center.
Theater festivals tend to veer toward the experimental but a trend emerging in this third annual festival is the classic, “well-made” play. “We’re redefining the…
‘Game on Tilt’ This exhibit by Berlin-based Australian artist Gerry Bibby is clever but terribly dry at times, yet its title is rather colorful, reminiscent…
The hit musical "Hamilton" has lots of young fans. Popular day camps are giving Minnesota kids a chance to sing and dance along.
REVIEW: An epic myth tops our latest roundup of Fringe faves.
REVIEW: Storytellers, showstoppers and head-scratchers all can be found at this year's theater fest.
REVIEW: 10 more shows for your consideration as the theater fest heads into the home stretch.
The artistic director reflects on the successes and "missteps" of his tenure so far.
REVIEW: Our critics swarmed opening night Thursday. Here's what they saw.
The Fringe is still a free-for-all where participants are chosen by lottery. But now there is a juried portion of the festival, one that expands…