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REVIEW: Hilarious and Moving Korean Drama Addict’s Guide to Losing Your Virginity (Mu/Park Square)

A promotional image for Theater Mu/Park Square Theatre's co-production of The Korean Drama Addict’s Guide to Losing Your Virginity. If you've traveled to Los Angeles or Hawaii a lot, chances are that you'll have heard of or seen Korean television dramas (K-dramas). An international entertainment phenomenon, these television staples have a

Fringe File 2018 #20 – Look at this Fringe, Isn’t It Neat?

A scene in Gunplay! by Tom Reed at the 2018 Minnesota Fringe Festival. Photo by Debbie Tallen. Wouldn't you say that your show list's complete? Wouldn't you think it's a Fringe That has everything? Look at this schedule: So many great shows! But how many guests can Red Stag's bar hold? Lookin' around here you'd think (Sure) Dawn's

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

REVIEW: Enemy of the People, Lite Edition (Guthrie Theater)

The Stockmann brothers Peter (Ricardo Chavira) and Tom (Billy Carter) in the Guthrie Theater's production of An Enemy of the People. Photo by Dan Norman. It says something about Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906)'s place in the theatrical canon that his works are now being freely reinterpreted, reconceived, and given sequels.

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