The Guthrie Theater hopes to welcome audiences back to the McGuire Proscenium Stage this year

How Twin Cities Theaters Are Slowly Coming Back

After a year in limbo, three major metro theater organizations are finally ready to raise curtains

Resources to Fight Anti-Asian Racism in Minnesota

How to report hate incidents and support racial justice work for the Asian American and Pacific Islander community

Champions of Change in Minnesota: Vie Boheme

The Twin Cities-based performance artist and yoga instructor finds creative ways to connect with audiences

Best of MN 2020: Arts & Culture

Graffiti artist Peyton Scott Russel, rapper Nur-D, drummer JT Bates, musician/actor Dua Saleh, and more
Avi Aharoni, who writes and stars in "Operation: Immigration"

The Minnesota Son of a Twice-Immigrant Iranian Tells His Story in One-Man Show

“Operation: Immigration” delves into identity in a story about an Iranian-born Jewish Minnesotan, streamed by Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company

Weekend Best Bets: Oct. 8-11

This weekend around the Twin Cities: art shows, Broadway numbers, and online theater

Why Penumbra Theatre Is Becoming a Center for Racial Healing

The 44-year-old theater will still produce plays, but is adding spa-like services and racial-equity work
Chalkfest will look a little different in 2020

Weekend Best Bets: Aug. 13-16

This weekend: a pirate-themed treasure hunt, a mural tour in Arbor Lakes, outdoor film fest at Brit's Pub, and more
The KKK burning a cross.

Online New Works Festival Kicks Off by Confronting Racism

“Not in Our Neighborhood!” tells the true story of the racist acts around one couple’s move to St. Paul's Groveland Park in 1924
"Marie and Rosetta," starring Jamaica Bennett and Rajane Katurah Brown, was the last main stage production at Park Square Theatre before the COVID-19 pandemic hit.

5 Ways to Support (and Enjoy) Local Theater Right Now

A murder mystery has been written for video chat and the state's biggest theater festival has gone online