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INTERVIEW: The Music-Makers Fronting Celtic Woman

Celtic Woman in concert. From left to right: Tara McNeill, Éabha McMahon, Mairéad Carlin, and Megan Walsh. The ensemble performs Saturday evening at the State Theatre in Minneapolis. The global musical sensation Celtic Woman comes to Minneapolis tomorrow. Since its formation in 2004, the performance collective has brought its striking presentations

NEWS: Jungle Theater Announces 2019-2020 Season

The Jungle Theater in Minneapolis announced its 2019-2020 season last night. The coming season will bring cyclones, doll houses, redwoods, Mary Janes, and Cambodian rock bands, plus a reprise of Jane Austen double features. It includes five local premieres, two revivals running in repertory, and a musical collaboration with Theater

NEWS: 2019 Tony Award Nominations Announced

Nominees for the 2019 Tony Awards were announced this morning. Notably, the musical Hadestown: The Myth. The Musical. received 14 nominations, while To Kill a Mockingbird (unpopular, perhaps, due to a high-profile licensing battle that canceled theatre productions around the country) and Network received none for Best Play. The annual Tony Awards are

REVIEW: Betty Buckley Seizes the Spotlight, Never Lets Go in Hello, Dolly! (Orpheum Theatre/Hennepin Theatre Trust)

The national touring company of Hello, Dolly!, playing through April 28 at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis. Photo by Julieta Cervantes. The poster for the national tour of Hello, Dolly! features just four words: the show title and "Betty Buckley". Look at the poster alone and you might think that's odd. Watch

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