In ‘Tiger Style!’ the playwright takes a personal look at the Tiger Mother, and how success and happiness don’t always go hand-in-hand.
The city-bred playwright has gotten to know another America in rural Oregon, where both liberal and conservative communities are failing their young people.
Serenbe Playhouse set their timeless production of Tennessee Williams’s classic in a confined and contemporary space.
In Bruce Graham’s new play, Wendt plays an actor known for a single iconic role who’s trying to break the mold—unlike Wendt himself, who seems content with the comedic.
Revisiting MFA graduates from the ’90s, insights into Twin Cities leadership transitions, plus an in-depth interview with composer/lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda.
The Midnight Run, now a 10-year tradition, can show us a lot about how shared experience can deepen a sense of connection.
From the Trojan War to the Civil War, World War I, and beyond, a look back at past Septembers in the American theatre.
Walden Theatre and Blue Apple Players have shared programs and personnel for years. Now they’re taking their relationship to their next level.
The experimental theatremaker takes her cues from the natural world, the subconscious, and feminist thought in her genre-defining works.
As young actors at Harvard, they formed a kind of de facto theatre company. Then they hit the pavement in New York. Here’s the story of their last 20 years.