One Girl, Two Cities

Blackout Improv at Phoenix Theater

Blackout Improv at Phoenix Theater

I stayed up way past my bedtime last night, and I don’t regret it for a second. At 10:30pm, the lights went down at Phoenix Theater and the Blackout Improv team took the stage for an experience that everyone should…

Fringe Q&A: Dungeon by Hit the Lights! Theater Co.

Fringe Q&A: Dungeon by Hit the Lights! Theater Co.

A young man falls into the unknown to rescue the thing he holds most dear. Inspired by kabuki, video games, horror movies, and pixar shorts, DUNGEON builds a world where darkness speaks louder than the light. I unfortunately won’t be…

Review: Ghost the Musical at Old Log Theatre

Review: Ghost the Musical at Old Log Theatre

Based on the 1990 movie starring Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze, Ghost the Musical is by the same writer, Bruce Joel Rubin. I headed to Old Log Theatre with many of my fellow Twin Cities Theater Bloggers and admittedly had…

Review: Refugia by The Moving Company

Review: Refugia by The Moving Company

Immigration. Refugees. Displacement. These are all politically charged terms, especially in light of our current administration. So how does an elderly white American man fit into all of this? Personally, I don’t think he does, but The Moving Company¬†feels otherwise,…

Vietgone by Qui Nguyen at Mixed Blood

Vietgone by Qui Nguyen at Mixed Blood

I first became a fan of Qui Nguyen when I saw Six Elements Theatre present his play She Kills Monsters, and his new show Vietgone has endeared me to him even more. So much happens in this show that, at…