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)
by Christine Sarkes Mill City Summer Opera at the renovated Mill City Museum Ruin Courtyard is a breathtaking and unique summer treat. The stage is set amidst the outdoor ruins of the old factory. The nearby river sounds and evening light cast a magical spell over the production. This will be your last chance to…
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.
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.