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Review: The Land of Maaya by Bollywood Dance Scene

Review: The Land of Maaya by Bollywood Dance Scene

In Bollywood Dance Scene’s The Land of Maaya, Nisha is a blind teenager being raised by her widowed mother, Pushpa, in India. Their source of income is growing crops, but there’s been a drought so they’re struggling, and they owe…

MN Fringe Day 4: Mini Reviews

MN Fringe Day 4: Mini Reviews

Not Fair, My Lady! by Colleen Somerville Productions This musical is officially at the very top of my must-see list. It takes a tough look at misogyny and sexism, mainly in Broadway musicals, but also everywhere in general. They’ve parodied…

MN Fringe Day 3: Mini Reviews

MN Fringe Day 3: Mini Reviews

Broken English, Mother Tongue by minnerican productions Poignant and relevant, Javier Morillo leaves his heart on the stage in this one. His is a story you need to hear: about how¬†his dad’s military duty affected his family, about how this…

Review: The Korean Drama Addict’s Guide to Losing Your Virginity

Review: The Korean Drama Addict’s Guide to Losing Your Virginity

Theater Mu’s Through Her Eyes season¬†celebrates female playwrights and protagonists and wraps up with The Korean Drama Addict’s Guide to Losing Your Virginity at Park Square Theater. I had the honor of attending this world premiere by May Lee-Yang, and…

MN Fringe Day 1: Mini Reviews

MN Fringe Day 1: Mini Reviews

Abeyance by Tyler West Tyler needs a job, and on this day he happens to have a job interview lined up. While he’s waiting for the interview to start, he’ll take you on a series of adventures, some fantasy and…