Fiddler on the Roof playing now through August 4th at the Orpheum Theatre delivered a time-honored tale scattered with fresh innovations.
I encourage anyone who enjoys a bit of dark, Irish comedy to see The Pillowman by Theatre Coup d’Etat, the performances alone are enough to keep you at the edge of your seats.
Afrofuturist novel turned sci-fi folk opera comes to St. Catherine University for the O’Shaughnessy’s Women of Substance series.
by JACOB FROELICH I was somewhat unsure of what to expect when setting out to see Metamorphoses, I myself am no master of mythological characters, gods or parables. I couldn’t honestly differentiate between an ancient Roman or Greek myth, and yet this production speaks deep to the human condition. No pre-requisites needed, no crash course in…
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.
(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.
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.…