Theater

Jun. 25, 2008
Last Saturday a comic by the name of Paul F. Tompkins arrived via airplane in Minneapolis. If that name strikes you as familiar but you can't put a face to it, rest assured - you know Paul F. Tompkins. His face, by the way, is of the kind variety and ...
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  • Justin Flower
Jun. 25, 2008
Lurid details of Oscar Wilde's troubled marriage abound in the Guthrie Theater's production of "The Secret Fall of Constance Wilde." Charged with "gross indecency" because of a gay relationship, Wilde's life offers a well-documented case ...
Jun. 25, 2008
Lurid details of Oscar Wilde's troubled marriage abound in the Guthrie Theater's production of "The Secret Fall of Constance Wilde." Charged with "gross indecency" because of a gay relationship, Wilde's life offers a well-documented case ...
By
  • Stephanie Dickrell
Apr. 10, 2008
Imagine coming to a university with more than 50,000 students but choosing to spend your four years as an undergrad with the same 20 people, day-in, day-out, Monday through Saturday, for 1460 days. Then, imagine those 20 people are theater students...
Apr. 10, 2008
Imagine coming to a university with more than 50,000 students but choosing to spend your four years as an undergrad with the same 20 people, day-in, day-out, Monday through Saturday, for 1460 days. Then, imagine those 20 people are theater students...
Mar. 27, 2008
Just two years ago, a joint venture by West Bank's own Bedlam and Mixed Blood theaters created "West Bank Story," a musical chronicling the history of the West Bank over the past century. The musical used three eras, the late 19th Century, the ...
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  • Stephanie Dickrell
Mar. 27, 2008
Just two years ago, a joint venture by West Bank's own Bedlam and Mixed Blood theaters created "West Bank Story," a musical chronicling the history of the West Bank over the past century. The musical used three eras, the late 19th Century, the ...
By
  • Stephanie Dickrell
Mar. 06, 2008
In American Sign Language, you quite literally are what you do: The sign for an occupation is a verb for what you do, and then the sign for person. For example, a teacher is a "teach person." Similarly, a lover is a "love person." The characters in the ...
Mar. 06, 2008
In American Sign Language, you quite literally are what you do: The sign for an occupation is a verb for what you do, and then the sign for person. For example, a teacher is a "teach person." Similarly, a lover is a "love person." The characters in the ...
Feb. 28, 2008
"How are you?" "I'm good." "That's good." Fifteen seconds of dialogue and nothing is achieved other than the greeting that seems to be all the conversation we have time for in our busy world...
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  • Stephanie Dickrell
Feb. 28, 2008
"How are you?" "I'm good." "That's good." Fifteen seconds of dialogue and nothing is achieved other than the greeting that seems to be all the conversation we have time for in our busy world...
By
  • Stephanie Dickrell
Feb. 21, 2008
"4 draft offices in state raided, 8 accused of attempted sabotage" "FBI Nabs 8 in Minnesota Draft Office Break-ins" "8 Arrests in Draft Raids Spur City Demonstration" "Further protests threatened in 8 draft break-in arrests"...
Feb. 21, 2008
"4 draft offices in state raided, 8 accused of attempted sabotage" "FBI Nabs 8 in Minnesota Draft Office Break-ins" "8 Arrests in Draft Raids Spur City Demonstration" "Further protests threatened in 8 draft break-in arrests"...
By
  • Stephanie Dickrell
Feb. 07, 2008
Many people hear modern dance and picture dancers dressed all in black, convulsing and jumping indiscriminately around a stage to the sounds of screeching birds and train whistles. They're scared of it, because they're worried they won't "get it," ...
Feb. 07, 2008
Many people hear modern dance and picture dancers dressed all in black, convulsing and jumping indiscriminately around a stage to the sounds of screeching birds and train whistles. They're scared of it, because they're worried they won't "get it," ...
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