Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Minnesota Fringe Festival BINGO, aka FRINGO!

#TCTheater friends, if you love the Minnesota Fringe Festival as much as we do, or if you've never been and are curious about it, download the Official Minnesota Fringe Festival Bingo card, which we're adorably calling FRINGO!

This isn't a contest, there are no prizes. It was created by the Twin Cities Theater Bloggers as a way to engage the audience and hopefully expand your Fringe experience.

Print it out and check off the boxes, or download to your mobile device if you want to electronically check them off.

Winners (four corners, a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row, or full card) - post your results on social media with the hashtags #fringo and #mnfringe!

Also be sure to check out our bloggers' previews of the Great Minnesota Theater Get-Together:

Cherry and Spoon's must-see list: http://bit.ly/cs_fringe_must19
Minnesota Theater Love's Family Fringe preview: https://bit.ly/2Gm2a9e
Minnesota Theater Love's best bets: http://bit.ly/2YfqXa4

Wishing you all a safe and happy Fringe!

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Blood Knot at Pillsbury House

Blood Knot at Pillsbury House Theatre, closing June 16.
From Play off the Page "Blood Knot is a powerful play, intimate, daring, and provocative." http://bit.ly/2VvSZrr
From Cherry and Spoon "Despite being written almost 60 years ago in a country on the other side of the planet, Blood Knot, currently playing at Pillsbury House Theatre, feels very relevant to the here and now."http://bit.ly/cs_bloodknot

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Round Up of TCTBloggers Reviews of Dear Evan Hansen, Broadway Tour

The Broadway tour of "Dear Evan Hansen" has a stop at Hennepin Theatre Trust's Orpheum Theatre through June 9, 2019. Several bloggers, and thousands of fans, are attending this modern musical with important themes of suicide, social anxiety, grief, and connecting.
From Twin Cities Stages "...a show that illuminates what the future of the theater will look like. A future where our digital lives are not only integrated into plot but where the technology of our world of screens and projectors makes it possible to transform and stage a story." http://bit.ly/2WaZEaN
From Play off the Page "The creators of Dear Evan Hansen explore some heavy themes in this dramatic musical about suicide, family, fitting in, feeling alone, social anxiety, and grief." http://bit.ly/2Kd3QVj
From PhenoMNal Twin Cities "(It has) all the components of a smash hit, evidenced by its relentless success, nine Tony nominations, and six wins–including Best Musical. The story is compelling; the music is undeniable." https://www.phenomnaltwincities.com/review-dear-evan-hansen/
From Cherry and Spoon "The small-cast non-flashy musical deals with pretty serious issues like suicide, mental illness, grief, and the dangers of social media, although not without humor and a fantastic Pasek and Paul score. Most importantly, it delivers a message of connection and hope that this world needs." http://bit.ly/cs_evan

Stephen Christopher Anthony as the title character in the National Tour of Dear Evan Hansen.
Photo by Matthew Murphy

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

TCTB Review Roundup: Full Circle Theater's CAUGHT at the Guthrie Theater

The Twin Cities Theater Bloggers love Full Circle Theater Company's production of Caught currently playing through June 2nd at the Guthrie Theater's level 9 Dowling Studio. 
The bloggers have called the show brilliant and unique. Read more in the individual reviews below. 
Cherry and Spoonhttp://bit.ly/2Wj2IH6
Play off the Pagehttp://bit.ly/2XcmYX2
Say Entirely : http://bit.ly/2Kc6Ukp


Friday, May 24, 2019

TCTB Review Roundup: Closing Soon!

If you are staying in town for Memorial Day why not see some theater. A couple of shows that our blogger Cherry and Spoon wrote about are closing this weekend. You can read about them below: 
Tinker to Evers to Chance at Artistry MN : http://bit.ly/2K2Nz5d
Dirty Business: The Spy Musical at History Theatre : http://bit.ly/2Hz4AlH

Thursday, May 23, 2019

TCTB Review Roundup: ANOTHER REVOLUTION by Market Garden Theatre

Market Garden Theatre's latest production Another Revolution is playing at the The Crane Theater through this upcoming weekend. It is a great show is you are interested in science or the politics of the late 60s. A couple of our bloggers got a chance to see the show. You can read what they thought at the links below:
Cherry and Spoon
http://bit.ly/2VWY5ly
Twin Cities Stages
http://bit.ly/2M5Quga

Wednesday, May 22, 2019