If you’re looking for some family fun this summer, you can’t go wrong with Shrek the Musical now playing at Artistry in Bloomington.
by Erika Sasseville Theater is back! I’m so thrilled to be writing my first review of the pandemic about this spectacular production. Disney’s Frozen is playing at the Orpheum Theatre now through October 20th, so if you’re looking for a magical night out – with or without your kids – I highly recommend catching this…
Joy Dolo (Sir Andrew/Captain), Sally Wingert (Sir Toby) and Sarah Jane Agnew (Maria) in the Guthrie Theater’s production of Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare. Photo by Dan Norman. by Christine Sarkes The cast and creative team of Guthrie Theater’s Twelfth Night squeeze every ounce of humor, romance, and physicality out of Shakespeare’s great comedy; it is…
It is a truth, universally acknowledged, that a “Christmas at Pemberley” play performed at the Jungle Theater, must be, in fact, delightful. For the third year in a row, Jungle Theater presents a Christmas tale set in the world of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice by Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon. Playing now through December 29th, Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley reunites much of the original 2017 cast and creative team for a rousing, hysterical, and joyous affair.
Fifteen years after the original film Mean Girls (2004), Tina Fey has brought a new cache of quotable lines, snarky jokes, and “fetch” stories to the stage. Playing now through October 13th at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis, Mean Girls is a joyous, PG-13, examination of the high school experience.
Playing now through August 25th, Guys and Dolls at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis finds a vibrant new life in 2019; it might just be the most fun you have at the theatre this year.
‘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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Sarah Petrea Schultz At first glance, the Carol King jukebox musical is an upbeat romp through iconic tunes. The show certainly delivers on this front- as well as diving into deeper and more nuanced subject matter. The warm colors of the set draw audience members into a different era, where they meet young Carol.…
Even when the curtain closes, the party never really stops. Now through August 5th, watch for singing and dancing theatergoers spilling into the streets!
An inspired family drama for all! Familiar is a testament to the bonds of family and the power of love. Grab a family member, tickets, and prepare for a wild ride.