variety theater reviews
REVIEW: Music and visual elements raise the stakes in the company's "Teamwork 2.0."
A promising new company asks viewers to take a feminine perspective on its first show.
Old Log Theatre channels a 20th-century legend with a clumsy but tuneful jukebox musical.
In Washington County, 'boots-on-the-ground' social work is transforming police response to people in crisis
Workers of color in 'critical occupations' died at higher rates during COVID, University of Minnesota study finds
Review: A new staging conjures a world of magic and light.
Festival at Mixed Blood offers a trio of hyper-contemporary plays by black men.
Guthrie's staging of the classic "Noises Off" offers a timely diversions from our troubles.
St. Paul officials say Xcel Energy Center is showing its age — and they want state help to fix it up
Israel presses on with its Gaza offensive after US veto derails Security Council efforts to halt war
Conor McPherson's production kicks off its 26-city tour at Minneapolis' Orpheum Theatre.
The new Chan Poling-Jeffrey Hatcher musical is contemporary and historical at the same time.
Four presidents' wives take center stage in a show that imagines what their lives were like.
"Hey There" and "Steam Heat" are the hits in the old-fashioned show, set in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Director Joseph Haj and star Michael Braugher write a new chapter with Shakespeare's monumental tragedy.
Shelli Place's staging of the Lauren Gunderson dramedy is slyly, dryly funny.
Theater Mu presentation is partially inspired by playwright Katie Ka Vang's journey.
Is beautiful music enough to overlook a sexist throwback cad in the touring Broadway production at the Ordway?
The world premiere is a biographical drama about former St. Paul officer Melvin Carter Jr.
JuCoby Johnson's comedy/drama at the Jungle is a world premiere.