Photo by Steve McNicholas.
The performance of this year’s STOMP tour at the Ordway Center in St. Paul, met audience expectations, and then some. It is a most unique theatre experience, being a mix of dance, vaudeville, symphonic percussion, avant-garde theatre, performance art and musique concrète (music from found objects). Like
Photo by Bruce Silcox.
A boy is shot on a neighborhood street in the midst of the inner city. He was shot and killed even though he had a grandmother who considered him to be her holy child. Her adorning love did not protect the child in that one, tragic moment. In
Photo by Justin D. Gallo Photography.
The concept of a character waiting for Waiting for Godot rather intrigued me. When I heard the Loudmouth Collective was presenting a play with that title at the Open Eye Figure Theatre space, I simply had to see it. Ironically, I arrived an hour early
Events reach a peak in Yellow Tree Theatre. Photo by Justin Cox Photography.
I was taken aback in the first part of Death of a Salesman at Yellow Tree Theatre when Willy Loman said he was sixty. I just turned sixty years' old and I tried to convince myself I was not
Pilobolus Dance Theatre presented five recent pieces and one older work from its repertoire in a performance last weekend at the Ordway. With the possible exception of choreographers from the Judson Church Dance Theatre or the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Pilobolus presents the best avant-garde movement in modern dance. It