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“The River” of Remembrance

Walking Shadow production hauntingly evokes memory, time and love

“Under the Gaslight” is Good, Uproarious Fun

The farewell show at the Minnesota Centennial Showboat, is an apt send-off

“Scapegoat” at Pillsbury House: a Powerful Look at a Century of Race and Justice

World premiere takes a magnifying glass to a specific point in history in order to ask just how far we have come.

“Harvey” at the Guthrie Theater

Harvey at the Guthrie Theater is a loveable, accessible, humane romp

Review: ‘Dutchman’ and ‘The Owl Answers’ at Penumbra Theatre

A haunted subway car becomes a battleground for identity

Review: 'If/Then' at the Orpheum

'If/Then' is full of possibilities

Review: ‘Two Gentleman of Verona’ at the Jungle Theater

All-female Shakespeare feels like a breath of fresh air

'Clybourne Park' at Yellow Tree Theatre

Far from perfect, but undeniably relevant