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REVIEW: Into the Woods Up Close (Shoot the Glass Theater)

Rapunzel (Anna Maher) gets some bad news from her adoptive mother in Shoot the Glass Theater's production of Into the Woods. Photo by Twin Cities Headshots. The recent success of The Band's Visit at the Tony Awards reminds us that there is still great room for an intimately scaled, well-told musical tale. Intimacy

NEWS: Jerome Foundation Announces Inaugural Organization Grant Recipients

A photo collage of artists and art funded by the Jerome Foundation. The Jerome Foundation today announced $4,159,500 in grants to 84 arts organizations in Minnesota and New York City. These grants to nonprofit arts organizations comprise inaugural offering of the foundation's new Organization Grants Program. The two-stage application process attracted 254

NEWS: Rose Ensemble to Fade Away Next Season

The Roman Emperor Heliogabalus (reigned 218–222) suffocates guests beneath rose petals in The Roses of Heliogabalus (1888) by Lawrence Alma-Tadema. Warning: This article contains spoilers for Season 7 of Game of Thrones. The Rose Ensemble announced on Wednesday that its 2018-2019 season will be its last. One of the Twin Cities' premiere vocal ensembles

REVIEW: Excess and Glitter in Thaïs (Minnesota Opera)

Gerard Schneider as Nicias, Kelly Kaduce as Thaïs, and Lucas Meachem as Athanaël with the cast of Thaïs. Photo by Cory Weaver. Sometimes, going to the theatre means checking your attitudes at the door. There's a certain market for pieces that have been edited to be politically correct and/or align with

REVIEW: Mixed Midtown Men (Ordway)

This retrospective review looks back on the Midtown Men (above)'s performance last month at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. I attended The Midtown Men at the Ordway Concert Hall the same week I saw Jersey Boys for the first time. When I arrived at the concert it, seemed to