Exhibition staff are creating a new archival system for the museum, processing and organizing around 180 boxes of materials, some of which dates back to the 1930s.
– Jessica Armbruster, City Pages
A story about young love gone sour resulting in some extraordinary missteps while on a cruise to Jamaica.
– Shelby Meyers, City Pages
Thoroughly defined by self-indulgent ennui, Max’s character verges on insufferable, but such traits prove a remarkably assured set-up for Wah Do Dem’s slow building but solidly invigorating tale of personal discovery.
– Brad Richason, Examiner.com
After 129 years, the Schubert Club is undergoing a growth spurt.
– Rob Hubbard, Pioneer Press
Sometimes writing a review of a show seems futile; like words won’t do it the justice it deserves aside from “You had to be there.” Monday night’s three-parter at First Avenue was one of those shows.
– Pat O’Brien, City Pages
The Convention Center is dipping its toes into the music world starting with a May 2 performance by iconic singer and songwriter Paul Simon.
– Andrea Swensson, City Pages
Nathan Jackson’s lyrical drama charts a new course for working-class characters.
– Star Tribune (no credit given!)
Review: Kevin Kling’s stories, songs and digressions make for a funny, if patchy, history of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
– QUINTON SKINNER, Star Tribune
Sunday night, the Guthrie Theater brought David Hyde Pierce to the theater for a discussion with artistic director Joe Dowling.
– Max Sparber, MinnPost.com
The Children’s Theatre Company kicks off its 46th season with the world premiere of a play based on Minneapolis author Kate DiCamillo’s beloved series of books about a toast-loving pig, “Mercy Watson to the Rescue!”
– Pioneer Press