stage & arts
The grab bag of gags would feel right at home on "America's Got Talent."
The Broadway tour looks at death as an amusement ride of carnival fun.
The theater's fourth production of the Oscar Wilde classic is, well, wildly witty.
"A Walk in the Woods" could be Bob Ross' most valuable painting.
Conflicted in tone, the new play doesn't know if it wants to be a romantic comedy or Chekhovian drama.
Critics' picks for entertainment in the week ahead.
From concerts to movies to what's happening on the stage around the Twin Cities this fall, we've rounded up everything you need to know.
Daughter Kaitlyn Gilliland has been named the interim leader.
Take in the fluffy production through a dog's eyes — and see a blue and yellow world.
She has co-written a Minneapolis-set comedy for the Guthrie and adapted "Peter Pan" for the Ordway.
Gov. Harold Stassen, Bob Dylan and Patti LuPone all get their moment in Twin Cities playhouses.
Walker Art Center, the Minneapolis Institute of Art and the Weisman Art Museum have Latina women in leadership roles.
From Native photographers to optical illusions, there is a lot to see this fall.
She seeks to create music with movement in her world premiere, "In the Same Tongue," at the Walker Art Center.
Roster includes step-dancer Michael Flatley and choreographers Sandy Silva and Trajal Harrell.
Art groups try new efforts — from early start times to party-like openings — to lure audiences back.
Donald Myers had been director since 2000.
How the Broadway show, now in Minneapolis, differs from the movie.
The two productions launch seasons at the CTC and Sod House theaters, marrying theater and eats.
Minneapolis Arts & Cultural Affairs Dept. director Ben Johnson wants to claim the city's 'crown jewels'
The native Minnesotan moved here from Beverly Hills to direct Minneapolis' first-ever Arts & Cultural Affairs Dept.