Storytellers from John Hughes to John Green have shown the world what it’s like for a teen to be on the outside looking in; Dear Evan Hansen goes a step further and provides deep emotional insight into the parent-child relationship. Playing now through June 9th at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis.
“C-c-c-come on, c-c-c-come on” and check out Minneapolis Musical Theatre’s production of Be More Chill at the Illusion Theater on Hennepin Ave in Minneapolis.
Hello, Dolly! is a sparkling vision in red, beginning with the red velvet curtain framed by a twinkling arch. Act two unveils the lush red and gold of the Harmonia Gardens Restaurant, where Dolly stuns in a glittering red gown and headdress during the title number. Finally, an enormous red screen with the iconic white title lettering descends to end the performance.
even if you’ve never been introduced to the scholar/soldier with the protruding proboscis, the Guthrie Theatre’s production of Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac will delight you.
Get your brooms polished because you’re in for one magical ride.
(lumin) theater lab created an exceptional collaborative show that doesn’t shy away from the story’s darker themes. This adaptation, written by Kelli Tatum, was originally produced in 1995. This production is directed by Libby Wasylik and produced by (lumin) theater lab in Hastings, MN.
‘Til Death: A Marriage Musical is a delightful 90 minute experience, beginning to end. Married or not, I urge you to find a Friday or Saturday night to visit Art House North this month. Call 612.547.9839 or visit email@example.com.
by CHRISTINE SARKES The Great Leap at the Guthrie Theater, now through February 10, is funny, heartfelt and very entertaining. The play is about basketball players and the coaches who love the game, but also about identity, the American Dream and overcoming cultural barriers. The dialogue is amusingly sharp and the quirky characters immensely likeable.…