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Ford Foundation declares theater an "American cultural treasure."
The Twin Cities will have its most-storied holiday tradition again in a new way.
The founder of the nation's oldest sketch-comedy troupe taught generations of comic talent, including Louie Anderson and Al Franken.
The cabaret-style performance is the first of a series that will continue Saturday.
Silence on the issue equals "the constant death of Black people," says the first guest in this year's virtual Talking Volumes series,
Rohan Preston Star Tribune Directors miss tussling over ideas and emotions in a rehearsal room. Actors crave the applause of live audiences. Theatergoers long…
For decades, these leaders marched and protested, rallied and fought against injustice.
Park Square and SteppingStone had been in talks before pandemic made their partnership urgent.
The Penumbra Center for Racial Healing still will produce plays, but performing arts is becoming just one of three areas of focus.
The festival was always about experimentation. Now, it's trying to prove that theater can survive online.