What do Robert Bly, Mary Oliver, Allen Ginsberg and Conrad Aiken have in common?
– LAURIE HERTZEL, Star Tribune
Despite the buzz, “The Kennedys” does nothing to shake the foundation of the Camelot legend.
– NEAL JUSTIN, Star Tribune
The moving program spanning northern European works was dedicated to the people of Japan.
– LARRY FUCHSBERG, Star Tribune
A half-century after its publication as a novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird” retains its full potency as a simple tale full of complex truths, and the stage version now at Park Square Theatre nicely gives the story its due.
– Dominic P. Papatola, Pioneer Press
Insightfully perceptive and emotionally involving, Gremlin Theatre’s production of Uncle Vanya should be required viewing for anyone inclined to shrug off Chekhov as a dramatic chore.
– Brad Richason, Examiner.com