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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.
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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.
Problem Solvers: Pilot program allows approved Minnesota legal paraprofessionals to represent and advise clients
The world premiere of Lloyd Suh's play at Children's Theatre draws on his father's Korean War experience.
Review: The Sept. 11-themed Broadway musical celebrates characters who ordinarily would be considered supporting cast members.
Review: The lavish show weaves Romanov myth and music in a swirl of musical theater.
Review: The revived musical about Jewish refugees breathes with new dimensions and clear nuances in the St. Paul theater.
Absurdist comedy/drama is set in the early 1990s.