Ok, this is a first: aside from a bunch of SXSW stories (a.k.a. “How I’m justifying these expense reports”), the only articles out there are about theater. And there are a bunch! Check out these reviews…
“Bare” employs well-known conventions, yet it makes an argument for itself and the themes it explores.
- Graydon Royce
A doomed romance between gay teens lacks in resonance
- Ross Raihala. Pioneer Press
Apple pie may be quintessentially American, but it’s likely most Minnesotans also would enjoy curry pie, especially as sliced up by Aamera Siddiqui.
- Renee Valois, Pioneer Press
Mu offers up an all-Asian production. Which signifies…nothing. One notices the Asian-ness of the show, thinks about it for perhaps 5 seconds, and then, in the face of director Jennifer Weir’s blazing exuberance and energy, forgets about it.
- John Olive, HowWasTheShow.com
Mu Performing Arts has launched an adaptation of Little Shop of Horrors at the Ritz Theater that thrives on quirkily macabre humor
- Brad Richason, Examiner.com