A native New Yorker, Schoenbaum’s tenure saw the Guthrie grow from a five-play seasonal operation to a year-round theater. He was 86.
Archives for February 2012
Colin Covert gives his thoughts on the actors; Chris Hewitt weighs in on the films.
An Oscar nominee for best animated feature, “Chico and Rita” recounts the stormy relationship of two lovers while also telling the story behind some of the most innovative jazz of the Golden Era of Cuban music in the 1940s and 50s.
The rich and vast history of African-American literature begins with a small volume of poems by a sweet 19-year-old girl.
NikeeJS raps in praise of small town life.
The week’s hounds embrace a brooding Americana masterpiece, two storytellers absorbed in the human wreckage they’ve wrought, and the origins of a visual art scene in Duluth.
Three critics strongly recommend you see this new work of puppetry by local master Michael Sommers, using phrases like ‘magic happens,’ ‘intense craftmanship’ and ‘creative genius.’
The Nelson Cultural Center adds new galleries, studios, a flexible meeting space and an expanded café.
Join Emily Reese and Steve Staruch as they explain some of the mysteries of the classical world
Four reviews favor this stripped down treatment of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy.