Local theater professionals say the Guthrie’s upcoming season is a tragedy, lacking work by women or people of color.
Archives for April 2012
The future of Peavey Plaza in downtown Minneapolis is the source of national debate among landscape architects.
The two Minnesota institutions may not have directly created the work that won today’s Pulitzers, but it wouldn’t likely have happened without them.
The Guthrie Theater’s 2012-2013 season contains a mix of Shakespeare, modern plays, and newly-commissioned work.
Minnesota Opera’s production of Silent Night and Graywolf Press poet Tracey K. Smith both win national accolades.
Ed Bok Lee’s “Whorled” wins this year’s Minnesota Book Award for poetry
This week we hear more on the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, plus a cabin getaway replete with blood, horror and humor.
Taxes may be due, but you’re also due some fun.
The hounds have a dark, somber french ballet interpretation of “Snow White,” an art show elevating overlooked matriarchal figures in Islamic religion and culture, and a sad vampire comedian’s stand-up routine on their radar this week.
Poet Robert Bly suffers from Alzheimer’s.