One Girl, Two Cities

Reviews

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…

Earth Burger: Now Open at Mall of America

Earth Burger: Now Open at Mall of America

Earth Burger celebrates the grand opening of its third location at the Mall of America. The other two are in San Antonio, Texas, and they’re about to open a fourth in San Marcos, Texas. All the food is plant based,…

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…