Even a slightly lackluster season opening can’t completely quash the for the beloved reality television competion.
Shadow Horse Theatre’s regional premiere of Jonathan Yuckich’s dark comedy is a gloriously deranged carnival-inspired marvel.
Walking Shadow Theatre Company’s new production straddles the thin line between good and great.
Lynn Nottage’s poignant Hollywood farce is getting a pitch-perfect production at Penumbra Theatre.
Once again, we look at the best commercials from television’s biggest event.
Theatre Novi Most’s newest play, part of the launch of the Southern’s ARTshare program, finds success in examining the life of Bertolt Brecht and his collaborators.
The Jungle Theater kicks off its twenty-fifth anniversary season with a thrilling remount of its most acclaimed production.
Halleloo! Miss RuPaul’s School for Wayward Girls re-opens its doors March 2.
In his column, Jon Hunt weighs in on the firing of Barb Abney from The Current.
Everyone at the house that Lord Crawley built has gone lovesick! Literally!
This episode is brought to you by the letters on everyone’s minds at Downton: S, E, and X
Todd O’Dowd takes in the compelling debut of the new hip-hop soap opera.
The Crawley clan and their legion of servants returns in a strong season opener
This year’s Christmas Special goes off like a dream. Literally.
l’étoile presents its list of the best people, events, and things in the Twin Cities in 2014!
In its first in-house production in three years, The Ordway has delivered a fabulous Christmas gift.
The Moving Company returns home to Minneapolis with a magical, if slightly muddy, adaptation of this early Shakespearian comedy.
Frederick Wiseman’s “National Gallery,” a stirring and fascinating documentary that goes behind the masterpieces and into the offices of London’s National Gallery, plays this weekend at the Walker Cinema.
The Jungle Theater and Theatre Coup d’Etat serve up different courses of theatrical comfort food.
In honor of their 25th Anniversary celebration, Juleana chats with The Soap Factory’s Executive Director Ben Heywood ,for an in-depth look into its unique history and its vision of engaging artist and viewer in consumable art.
In honor of the sixth annual Give To The May Day, we have a public service announcement.
A charming production and brilliant cast give the kiss of life to this remount of the New York-bound musical revue.
The dead are returning in an emotionally complex and satisfying end to the season.
In this week’s edition, Juleana Enright chats with Robert Frost of queer performance partnership, Frosty Bob and J’s Summer Camp, to get the deets on Saturday’s tribute show, “Stay Where You F***ing Are: A Tribute to Elaine Stritch,” plus gain a little insight on the Stritch appeal.
The penultimate episode of the season is loaded with death, betrayal, and more. Not to mention the return of a classic Doctor Who villain or two.
The Walker Art Center’s Derek Jarman series concludes this Wednesday evening with a screening of his audacious final film, “Blue.”
A dip into a fairy-tale scenario turns the penultimate episode of the season into a slightly off affair.
in this stand-out episode, Clara Oswald becomes the Doctor. This is not a good thing, historically speaking.
A glamorous train ride becomes the last hurrah for The Doctor and Clara. Or is it?
For this week’s issue, I caught up with fine artist and interior designer, Jay Nuhring, to chat about the idea behind his pop-up gallery, the artistic process behind his recycled billboard art and what attendees can expect from the upcoming 3-day exhibition.