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.
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…
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,…
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.
Big, Little Monster reminds us that even in a zany world with kooky characters and topsy-turvy rules, everyone feels scared sometimes, and that’s ok.
By Lydia Mwambi Ride The Cyclone, now playing at Jungle Theater, is an imaginative, slightly eerie, and totally wild ride. Ride The Cyclone tells the tragic tale of six high school aged students from a small town in Canada, who are involved in a terrible accident. The students are all on a roller coaster together…
“Come and meet
Those dancing feet
On the avenue I’m taking you to
Forty-Second Street” (Forty-Second Street, 42nd Street)