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REVIEW: Jesus Christ Superstar Dazzles (Ordway)

Simon Zealotes (Terance Reddick) leads the cast of Jesus Christ Superstar in his eponymous song. Photo by Rich Ryan. Jesus Christ Superstar began as a concept album in 1970, soon giving rise to numerous ad hoc church performances throughout Britain and the United States.  News of the album spread quickly by radio

REVIEW: Comic Camp Delights in Ka-Baam!! (Huge Theatre)

A partly colorized crop of Doug Kalberg's pencil-and-ink cover art for the July 15, 2017 performance of Ka-BaaM!! at Huge Theatre. This image has been altered for publication. In a June 22 piece on Minnesota Playlist, Huge Theatre's executive director Butch Roy called for media outlets to spend more time reviewing long-form theatrical

Fringe File 2017, #7: Every Video from the First Official Fringe Preview

A promotional image for Dancing Bare Feet, a Bollywood stage musical created by Renu Kumar and presented by RGK Modern Indian Dance Academy. Did you miss the live preview of the Minnesota Fringe on Monday? Never fear: videos of each show preview (minus any last-minute cancellations and shows with Actor's Equity

Fringe File 2017, #6: Minnesota Fringe’s Second Official Preview of 2017

A promotional photo for Lysa Sparrow's First Year Queer, one of 30 Minnesota Fringe shows being previewed on Monday. Photo by Rebecca Jean Lawrence Photography. Here's a game to play: how many Fringe titles can you fit into a sentence that still kind of makes sense? A Bollywood Twistery Facility Denial of Service

PREVIEW: National Puppetry Festival

Mousetrap Puppets' Punch and Judy features the classic comedy characters. Mousetrap Puppets' show and another Punch and Judy by Parasol Puppets play are free Saturday events, playing at 1:15 PM and 2:45 PM.  This week features pageantry and puppets all week long at the National Puppetry Festival 2017 being held at Concordia University in St.

REVIEW: Farce the Thing in Red Herring (Theatre in the Round)

Michael Hollinger's Red Herring, now playing at Theatre in the Round, is a bedroom farce whose mistaken identities and misunderstandings quickly spiral outside of the bedroom into potential nuclear war. That's a slight exaggeration – but it does run very quickly , at least, into Cold War spycraft and nuclear

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