variety theater reviews
Black Label Movement gets creepy with 'Morituri te Salutant'
REVIEW: Music and visual elements raise the stakes in the company's "Teamwork 2.0."
Grumble Theater asks patrons to see very first show 'solely as a woman'
A promising new company asks viewers to take a feminine perspective on its first show.
Old Log Theatre channels Rosemary Clooney with nostalgic jukebox musical
Old Log Theatre channels a 20th-century legend with a clumsy but tuneful jukebox musical.
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Review: Joffrey production is elegant, evocative and edgy
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Children's Theatre Company stages minimalist, magical 'Hobbit'
Review: A new staging conjures a world of magic and light.
Black playwrights command the stage in thrilling festival at Mixed Blood
Festival at Mixed Blood offers a trio of hyper-contemporary plays by black men.
Guthrie Theater's inventive comedy 'Noises Off' offers escapist laughs aplenty
Guthrie's staging of the classic "Noises Off" offers a timely diversions from our troubles.
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Review: Updated 'My Fair Lady' pushes you back while drawing you in
Is beautiful music enough to overlook a sexist throwback cad in the touring Broadway production at the Ordway?
Review: 'Diesel Heart' is more tell than show at History Theatre
The world premiere is a biographical drama about former St. Paul officer Melvin Carter Jr.
Review: Characters in '5' imagine the unimaginable
JuCoby Johnson's comedy/drama at the Jungle is a world premiere.
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The Walking Shadow Theatre/Black Forest Inn production is provocative and filling.
Review: 'Misery' finds macabre humor in the midst of a snowstorm
The play is based on the Stephen King novel about a writer and his "No. 1 fan."
Review: Chanhassen Dinner Theatres gets adventurous with 'Prom'
The entertaining musical nails down humor and heart even in its quieter moments.
Review: New 'To Kill a Mockingbird' playing at Orpheum respects the old
Aaron Sorkin shifts the focus of Harper Lee's novel to reveal hidden stories in a touring production starring Richard Thomas.
Review: 'Little Prince' at Guthrie captures classic book's delicate tone
Dominique Serrand directed the adaptation, which uses simple stage tricks to spark imagination.
Review: 'Bull-Jean Stories' dips into history with blues-toned poetry
Aimee K. Bryant delivers fluid performances in Sharon Bridgforth's new play at Pillsbury House Theatre.
Review: 'Hairspray' brings wit and energy to the Orpheum
The big-haired, big-hearted show has one great song after another.