Random Reflectin’

It’s an interesting season for Twin Cities theatre and, as of this writing, isn’t even Black Folk’s Month.

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THEATER REVIEW | Minnesota Opera's "The Elixir of Love" has body, pipes

Nemorino (Leonardo Capalbo) discovers that a love potion (and becoming a millionaire) makes him irresistible to women.

Classical music audiences are not as loud as they used to be. Eighteenth-century opera patrons could eat, drink, and converse during a performance; through much of the 19th century, many operagoers treated the opera as a participatory event, shouting encouragement and boos, calling for encores, and stopping performances with applause. The present culture of silence in the concert hall and opera house is largely a product of the last century or so. It was in many ways a blast from the past on Saturday when Minnesota Opera’s performance of The Elixir of Love paused due to riotous applause.

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"I Love Lucy: Live on Stage" at the State Theatre: It's Not That I Don't Love Lucy Live On Stage...

Even for all the cynicism that I can muster, I must say that I never expected to see a

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First-time promoter brings indie film "Amira and Sam" to Minnesota

In November of 2014 Kim Flynn made a trip to Austin, Texas to watch the Forever Film Fest. Forever Fest grew out of “Girlie Night” at the Drafthouse Cinema.

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"I Love Lucy: Live on Stage" at the State Theatre: Lucy Puts on a Delightful Show

When the original “I Love Lucy” began airing in the 1950s, it brought something new to the screen that people had rarely seen before: A comedy led by

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"I Love Lucy: Live on Stage" at the State Theatre: I Like Lucy

As I walked into the beautiful and cozy State Theater on Tuesday January 20, all I could think about was homework and my upcoming finals.

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"I Love Lucy: Live on Stage" at the State Theatre: I Loved Lucy... Not so Much Everything Else

Every now and again people need some reminiscent and light-hearted comedy. I Love Lucy Live o

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