The SC&P gang finally joins with McCann-Erickson, and it goes as well as you would expect in this hilarious and horrifying episode that has a surprising local connection.
This week, We Will Rock You takes a break from the Top 40 to talk just briefly — and with music involved, we promise — about something near and dear to this writer’s heart: bullying. Which sucks. A lot.
RuPaul’s Drag Race finally (!) pays homage to arguably America’s First Drag Superstar.
In an open letter, a collective of Twin Cities LGBTQAI event producers question the motives of the Boston-based company trying to make inroads in the Twin Cities market.
It’s the end of SC&P as we know it, and not everyone feels fine in this haunting episode.
A surprise return or seven leads to one of the most insane (and insanely awesome) episodes of the season.
The future is the topic of the day, but many characters’ futures are up in the air in this episode.
The return of an audience-favorite challenge leads to a controversial elimination.
A slightly disappointing episode examines the wreckage of Don Draper’s life through the women he shared it with.
Anne Washburn’s witty post-apocalyptic comedy on cultural survival is getting a fantastic production at the Guthrie.
A long awaited return of our favorite judge breathed life into a lackluster challenge.
The mid-season premiere asks (and answers!) a very important musical question.
The ambitious collaboration between SuperGroup, Brute Heart, artist Liz Miller, and playwright Rachel Jendrzejewski,is a challenging and moving collaboration.
Theatre Coup d’État’s bracingly intimate production of ‘Art’ is a gloriously dark comedy of the foibles of friendship
Awards! Guest Judges! Shady Queens! Shady Ru!! This episode has it all!
In anticipation of next week’s season premiere, Todd O’Dowd examines the promotional pictures for clues on the new season of the acclaimed drama.
A parody-driven musical episode ends with a surprising elimination.
Brush up on your Shakespeare as the first acting challenge sees a breakthrough for local queen Max and RuPaul breaking out her reading glasses.
Kevin Puts and Mark Campbell’s adaptation of the iconic political thriller gets a stirring world premiere at Minnesota Opera.
After a lackluster season opening, the show takes off with an inspired challenge.
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.
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!
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