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BLOG: Lessons From the Homefront

Here's some things that I think Minnesota is doing well. Maybe others can learn before it's too late.

ADVICE: Fringe Do's and Don'ts for better fringing


In a few weeks, should you try to trek across town in 25 minutes to see that Fringe show with the great plot line but a few bad reviews? Get answers here.

REVIEW: "You forget the fact that they're dancing."


Through sound and singular ensemble movement, Black Label Movement's "Wreck" thrills and scares their audience with the performance of a ship going under.

BLOG: Challenge Accepted

The Knight Arts Challenge announces its finalists for the millions of dollars that will rain down on St. Paul.

REVIEW: "Asking for It" is very funny


Ira thinks he may have seen the most 'important' stand-up comedy set around and regrets that its value as theater may overshadow its pure funny.

BLOG: Searching for Meaning in the Birth and Death of Arts Organizations

Management | Vision

Should we go about pruning back the number of arts organizations out there?

Playlist profile: Melissa Hart

Tradition | Training | Vision

"So what keeps me going is interpreting the fabulous things. To bring truth to it. It also stretches me."

Greatest Hits: Editor's Pics

Laws of the Jungle

Jungle Theater Artistic Director Bain Boehlke and Associate AD Joel Sass explain in a video interview how they think about the plays they put on the stage.

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Matt Saxe

Matt Saxe

Matt Saxe Produces and Performs In Crazyface playing at nimbus theatre this month.

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