The Lakeville City Ballet has been robbed of dozens of costumes and some major set pieces for its annual production of “The Nutcracker.”
Archives for July 2009
There seem to be generally happy sounds coming out of the Guthrie Theater with the release of its annual report covering fiscal year 2008-2009, The headline is simple: Guthrie attendance up 9 percent, but still produces a small deficit.
Two reviews of a single production reveal how critics can have differing viewpoints, and how the show can change dramatically from one evening to the next.
Is the Vatican opening itself up to the broader ideas and morals displayed in packages that may at first appear sinful?
While many people consider mosaics to be a sort of craft, enthusiasts know that it can also be high art, in the right hands.
Chasing Francis Ford Coppola down for an interview, even with an appointment can be complicated.
The conversion of Jane Austen’s romances into horrorific tales more worthy of Mary Shelley continues.
From Art Cars to Arlo Guthrie, this weekend has a little something for everyone.
While it’ll be no surprise that legions of Potter fans will swamp theaters this week, what is pleasing about this phenomenon is movie fans will be treated to a fine piece of cinema.
That’s today’s question on MPRnewsQ, and it’s already provoked some interesting responses.