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A.R. Gurney’s The Cocktail Hour is an old-fashioned, witty-yet-brittle comedy. more

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Fairytales that pick up where Disney left off take on Illusion Theater. more

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A fighter pilot and mom-to-be has a terrible decision to make in the latest one-woman play at Frank Theater. more

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New Jerusalem

Photo by Sarah Whiting

David Ives’s play depicts the expulsion of Dutch philosopher Baruch Spinoza from Jewish society and grapples with what it means to speak out and face intellectual persecution. more

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Gabriel by Walking Shadow Theatre

Photo Courtesy of Walking Shadow Theatre

It’s a romantic drama set on Nazi-occupied Channel Island, with a hint of magical realism. more

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Our annual guide to the season’s hottest tickets is a mixed bag, from big shows like Motley Crue to tiny musicals. more

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Sally Wingert in Theater Latte Da's Master Class

Photo by Heidi Bohnenkamp

We're loving the local productions on deck, both old and original, from Mixed Blood, Open Eye, Park Square, Theater Latte Da, and Penumbra. more

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Mu Performing Arts' "A Little Night Music"

Photo by Eric Melzer

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Joe Dowling

Photo by Ann Marsden

The Guthrie's Joe Dowling promises to treat My Fair Lady right. more

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Joel Sass

Photo by Mike Habermann

Joel Sass at the Guthrie stages a crowd pleaser of a lark. more

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Mill City Opera in Puccini's Tosca

Michael Yeshion Photography

Sparks fly when husband and wife star in Puccini’s tale of jealousy, torture, and murder by the Mill City Summer Opera. more

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The Red Box at Park Square Theatre

Photo courtesy Park Square Theatre

Great detective Nero Wolfe charges big fees, and Park Square is banking on him. more

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In 1834, Andrew Jackson was president; in 2014, he’s a rock star. more

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Walking Shadow's Three Musketeers

Photo by Michael Lamont

Walking Shadow Theatre's production of "The Three Musketeers" is playful, with plenty of swordfighting. more

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Dirt Sticks by Ten Thousand Things

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In Ten Thousand Things' production of Dirt Sticks, nothing is right until the truth comes out. more

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The Acting Company's "Hamlet"

Photos by Michael Lamont

The Guthrie juxtaposes two classics, Shakespeare's "Hamlet" and Stoppard's "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead." more

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Detroit at Jungle Theater

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Lisa D’Amour’s lauded Detroit is an uneasy snapshot of life in the suburbs, playing this spring at the Jungle Theater. more

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The University of Minnesota Opera Theatre's Cunning Little Vixen

Photo by Les Koob

The University of Minnesota Opera Theatre presents a fantastical tale in their spring production of Cunning Little Vixen. more

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History Theatre's 'Lonely Soldiers: Women at War in Iraq' and 'The Things They Carried' contrast two different experiences of war. more

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An opera based on the tumultuous life of silent film star Rudoph Valentino. more

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