Guthrie’s Final Two Shows of 2022 Season Offer Reflection, Humor

A staple in Minneapolis’ skyline, the Guthrie Theater stands out with its strong, deep blue exterior and accents of muted yellow. While being closed...

Theater Mu’s ‘Cambodian Rock Band’ Fights for the Soul of Cambodia

This Jungle Theater and Theater Mu co-production explores how art perseveres in even the darkest times

‘Moulin Rouge! The Musical’ Comes to the Orpheum

The musical production will transport audiences to 19th-century Paris through elaborate and immersive set design

Review: ‘Something Happened in Our Town’ Wonders How to Talk to Kids About Racism

The Children’s Theatre Company original play adapts the widely banned children’s book

At Theater Mu, ‘Man of God’ Examines Abuse and Trust

Actor-turned-director Katie Bradley talks about the personal and professional journey to her directorial debut
Erinn Liebhard has been teaching virtual dance from her basement

How Social Dance Has Continued to Groove

As Twin Cities dance studios rekindle communal dance, exercise caution, and avoid closure, the question remains: Does anyone actually like virtual dance?
'Man of God' plays at Theater Mu starting Feb. 16 and running through March 6 (left to right: Dexieng Yang; Rich Remedios; in background; Suzie Juul; Janet Scanlon.)

Twin Cities Theater: What to Catch Before Spring

Enriching ways to endure the remaining winter—from the Guthrie, Penumbra, Theater Mu, and other companies

The Jungle’s New Season Opens This Weekend

"Every Brilliant Thing" plays Oct. 16-Nov. 14 at the Lyn-Lake theater
Cassie Beck gives a compelling performance in "What the Constitution Means to Me"

The Guthrie Bursts Back Onstage with “What the Constitution Means to Me”

The not-quite-one-person show puts the Supreme Court on trial in an electric, timely performance

“What to Send Up When It Goes Down” Returns to Pillsbury House Theatre

The play of songs and vignettes surrounding Black joy and anti-Blackness is back after an acclaimed run