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Review: The Wolves by Jungle Theater

Review: The Wolves by Jungle Theater

When you walk into the Jungle Theater this month, you’ll feel like you’re walking into a soccer stadium. In reality, it’s the set for Sarah Delappe’s The Wolves, complete with stadium lighting. This smart, intense but often comical play centers around a…

Review: Newsies at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres

Review: Newsies at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres

Chanhassen Dinner Theatres kicks off their 50th year with a show that will put a smile on anyone’s face: Disney’s Newsies. My sister and I watched the movie (1992) countless times growing up, so we were pretty excited when it…

Review: Two Mile Hollow by Theater Mu & Mixed Blood

Review: Two Mile Hollow by Theater Mu & Mixed Blood

Theater Mu’s new season kicks off with Leah Nanako Winkler’s Two Mile Hollow in collaboration with Mixed Blood Theatre, and since I saw it opening night, I’ve told countless people that it’s one of the best things I’ve seen in a long…

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!…