Alemayehu’s spoken word piece takes on the state of the world, and dreams of something better.
Archives for April 2012
Author of the cult dystopian novel “Zazen” puts life experience to good use
Lighting designer Jen DeGolier has died suddenly at the age of 36, leaving the Twin Cities theater community in mourning.
John Cusack enters the ranks of literary super sleuth-dom, and a Canadian film about an Algerian immigrant.
International Falls and the influence of its resident paper mill are the subject of the new play ‘The Mill.’
Photographer Klaus Pichler casts an unflinching eye on the food waste of industrial nations.
Minnesotan to receive the nation’s highest civilian award
The hounds highlight a Twin Cities songstress with some bluesy muscle, a pop-up art gallery along the Central Corridor, and a civil war era musical from a Brooklyn indie rock band.
Dowling says he will continue to do the job that he is obliged to do, and that is ‘to pick the best possible plays, irrespective of gender, irrespective of other issues.’
The theater has no obligation to stage more plays by women or people of color. But if it wants to invest in its future health and well-being, it will.