One Girl, Two Cities

Reviews

What do the internet, feminism, capitalism and mental health have in common?

What do the internet, feminism, capitalism and mental health have in common?

These are all topics pertinent to four very different theater performances that I experienced over the weekend. Friday night started with Swandive Theatre’s mONSTER, a show that takes place a few months after the introduction of the World Wide Web.…

Three Mini Fringe Reviews

Three Mini Fringe Reviews

The Minnesota Fringe Festival runs August 3-13 this year, and you can catch an incredible variety of shows from drama to comedy to improv to dance. Purchase a full day wrist band and attend as many shows as you can!…

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…

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,…