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REVIEW: Baskerville a Splendid Farce (Park Square)

The ensemble for Park Square's Baskerville. Photo by Petronella J. Ytsma. Officially, the show currently playing at Park Square Theatre's proscenium stage is called Ken Ludwig's Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery. This somewhat fatuous, pompous title belies the earthy farce that is at the heart of Baskerville. It's a Sherlock Holmes

Fringe File 2018 #8 – Josh Carson on A Justice League of Their Own

A superhero fight training session for A Justice League of Their Own, presented by Mainly Me Productions. L-R: Heather Meyer, Meredith Kind, Emily Jabas, Lauren Omernik, Kelsey Cramer, and Sulia Altenberg. This installment of the Fringe File series looks at Josh Carson, the brainchild behind A Justice League of Their Own. This fringe show

Fringe File 2018 #5 – Q&A with Actor Corey DiNardo of Cyrano on the Moon

Actor Corey DiNardo, who plays Christian in the upcoming Fringe show Cyrano on the Moon. Today's Fringe File installment is a Q&A with actor Corey DiNardo, who plays Christian in Red Dice Collective's production of Cyrano on the Moon. This ongoing series looks at the assorted people who make Fringe shows possible, onstage

REVIEW: Uneven Capitol Steps (Ordway)

A promotional photo for The Capitol Steps, a DC-based troupe that performed on June 30, 2018 at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts in St. Paul, MN. Photo by Violet Crown Photo Works. The Capitol Steps is a unique comic ensemble that performs political satire set to the melodies of pop

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