The St. Paul-based History Theatre is taking its show on the road to greater Minnesota in June and July. The theater will bring its production of “Beyond the Rainbow: Garland at Carnegie Hall” to three theaters.
The History Theatre plans to explore what it means to be an American hero in its new season.
This weekend marks the opening of the St. Paul Winter Carnival. But that’s not the only thing opening in St. Paul.
A new play by playwright Lee Blessing gets its first public reading at the University of Minnesota Saturday.
The History Theatre in St. Paul is paying homage to that year with a play called 1968: The Year That Rocked the World.
The Star Trib’s theatre critic, Rohan Preston, previews a couple of playwright/directors that will do readings in town over the next week, as well as discuss Jearlyn’s perfomance Saturday night with the Minnesota Orchestra. Barbe […]
Sample Night Live is a show that gives viewers a taste of area bands and troupes. Barbe Marshall, producer of the monthly program, talks about the upcoming June showcase. Rachel Salisbury of the Dregs and […]