Catalina Cuervo as María in a 2014 Syracuse Opera production of María de Buenos Aires. Photo by Douglas Lee Wonders.
Mill City Summer Opera's upcoming María de Buenos Aires was written by Astor Piazzola, one of the most renown tango composers of the 20th Century. If that seems an odd pedigree for
Willi Carlisle in There Ain't No More: Death of a Folksinger. Photo by Robin Farrin.
One of the hottest out-of-town acts coming to the 2017 Minnesota Fringe Festival is a solo show out of Arkansas. Willi Carlisle's folk operetta There Ain't No More: Death of a Folksinger gives a slice-of-life view of Americana,
Lalo (Ed Jenkins) and Daisy (Boo Segersin) on the set of Lalo's Lunchbox.
The Slow Food movement is now 30 years old. In 1986, Carlo Petrini rallied the citizens of Rome against a proposed McDonalds near the Spanish steps, promoting traditional cuisine, local sourcing, and enjoying the art of preparing and sedately
Sandra Strughers, Gary Briggle, Jen Maren, Ruthie Baker, and Adam Qualls re-enact an iconic photo moment in the Glensheen murders scandal. Photo by Scott Pakudaitis.
A year and a half ago, I heard that a murder mystery of a musical set in Duluth was making a killing at the History Theatre.
The cast of Mother King in rehearsal.
On the 1st of July 1974, an organist at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, was shot and killed by a deranged man who burst into the sanctuary. The victim, Alberta Christine Williams King, was an active church leader and NAACP member, the founder of
The above blank image is like a student copying Kandinsky's white canvas for a class assignment: it says nothing. This is usually not what is desired.
Dear Visual Artist PR Person,
Thank you for your recent email. While you certainly used a great number of words to describe art created in an
Dear Press Release Writer,
Nice minimalist press release! You had full contact info and all the details there about when and where the performance will take place – good start! However, it says nothing about who's in it or who wrote it. In fact, the only name at all included in the
Dear _____ Company,
Lovely press release with a note to request tickets through the contact form on your website (Strike 1). I can't help notice that you sent this from a do-not-reply address (Strike 2) and that your website does not have a clearly labeled contact form (Strike 3) or any
The grand arch and backdrop in the Guthrie Theater's current production of Sunday in the Park with George. A sailboat and water from the source painting (see below, upper-left) appear on the right-hand side. Lighting design by Jane Cox, projection design by Caite Gevner, and scenic design by Jan Chambers. Photo by
Leslie Vincent (right) and Emily Dussault (left). Photo by Carl Atiya Swanson.
There's a little green storefront in Uptown that's perfect for a glass of wine and a song. Head south on Hennepin towards Lake; just across from the YWCA, look left and there's the Troubadour Wine Bar – an unassuming gem