The news of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman’s untimely death sent a shock wave through social media Sunday — and re-opened the dialogue of drug abuse and addiction.
It’s been called one of the best new plays of the year. And so far, it seems Twin Cities audiences agree. Tribes, now playing at the Guthrie Theater, is the story of a young man born deaf who’s raised in a loud, opinionated, sometimes misguided family, who has never learned sign language.
More than a hundred kids spent this steamy summer day indoors — in a school — waiting in line for a shot at the bright lights of Hollywood.
Drag queens, the Australian outback, sequins, head dresses and oh yes, drag queens. This, in a nutshell, describes the fabulous musical, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, which heads to the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis Jan. 8-13.
Even though he lives in Los Angeles, Vincent Kartheiser says he still wants a place close to home. Just not too close.
Family and friends gathered Saturday to celebrate the life of a 25-year-old man who died while saving his friends.
Actor Gary Busey will be in Minneapolis this week to introduce the movie that earned him an Academy Award nomination — “The Buddy Holly Story.”
Actor Vince Vaughn is the latest Minnesota-born celebrity to be honored with a star on Minnesota’s Walk of Fame.