Tartuffe

Nearly 400 years have passed since Moliére first brought Tartuffe to Versailles, but the intervening centuries have not dulled the message at the heart of the story: beware the hypocrite who pretends piety to disguise duplicity. (lumin)theatre lab presents the French neoclassical comedy directed by Diogo Lopes, playing now through November 23rd in Hastings, MN on the second floor of Eye Candy REFind.

Steel Magnolias

The story clearly illustrates how women will give all of themselves to the people they love. Steel Magnolias will have you laughing till you cry, and crying while you laugh. 

Ghost Quartet

by MEGAN MOBERG Dave Malloy’s new concept album, Ghost Quartet, is an eerie tale of love, death, and of course whiskey. The intimate setting of the Elision Playhouse allowed for an immersive musical experience. This tale of desire, deceit, and betrayal bridging seven centuries was beautiful, memorable, and overall absurd. This circular story involving two…

Zafira and the Resistance

by Christine Sarkes Zafira and the Resistance at the Guthrie Theater is a production of the New Arab American Theater Works and part of Artistic Director Joseph Haj’s vision to present groundbreaking theater that inspires dialogue and expands the diversity of community voices on Guthrie stages. This season’s focus brings an eclectic mix of local,…

The Glass Menagerie

BY JACOB FROELICH Widely considered a great American classic The Glass Menagerie, onstage now at The Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, comes to life in a simple yet intensely captivating production. The entire cast consists of just four actors, yet the moments and feelings they create and portray are deeply felt by the audience. The Glass…