Marc Maron Sips Coffee, Soils Pants

Maron—stand-up, podcast king, existential warrior—returns to Acme.

“Aida” as Doomed as the Story it Tells?

The Tim Rice/Elton John musical floundered, then flopped, at the Pantages

“The Primrose Path” Wilts Instead of Wows

A handful of stand-out actors can't quite redeem this Guthrie Theater production

REVIEW: Fool for Love

Sam Shepard's fiery one-act explores the depths of love as no other play can

“Cabaret” is Sexy, Catchy, With Breakout Performances

This Cabaret isn’t perfect, or without its moments of drift, but it has a fascinating immediacy and power that moves, disturbs, unsettles.

When in Rome. (Or Minneapolis.)

Getting to know the stars of Guthrie Theater's newest show, Roman Holiday

Not Your Average High-School Musical

The third installation of Illusion Theater's Fresh Ink series brings together Greek gods, 8 actors playing 25+ roles, and singing. Lots of singing.

Crazy Little Thing Called Love

Theater Latté Da's "Beautiful Thing" hits all the right notes

Review: Guthrie Theater's “Time Stands Still”

What happens when love, war, and life collide

Review: A Soul-filled “The Amen Corner”

The message of James Baldwin's The Amen Corner rings as true today as it did 50 years ago, a truth displayed in glorious fashion by Penumbra Theatre