Playwright’s one-man show is funny, poignant and brief. Read more →
The Guthrie stages a fine production of a play that doesn’t age well. Read more →
“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” gets viewers laughing and whispering. Read more →
Joe Dowling has pumped a beloved classic full of life. Read more →
When Paul Zindel wrote his play “The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-moon Marigolds,” it was 1964, and the atomic age was relatively new. Back then, you might have expected to find characters like those in the play: older people with nostalgic memories of selling vegetables from horse-drawn carts, younger people with dreamy fantasies of Read more →
The former mayor’s generation built the Ordway; now, he says, the next generation will step up.
For a third time, Illusion Theater tells the story of A.A.’s founding.
Clausen brings the Concordia Choir through town.