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 Spoon
Play off the Page
Say Entirely :

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 :
Dirty Business: The Spy Musical at History Theatre :

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
Twin Cities Stages

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

TCTB Review Roundup: Closing this Weekend!

Looking for sometime to do when the rainy weather moves in this weekend? Why not go to the theater. There are a couple shows closing this weekend that our blogger Cherry and Spoon got a chance to go see. Read what they thought below: 
Peter and the Starcatcher at DalekoArts :
The Pathetic Life and Remarkable Afterlife of Elmer McCurdy, the Worst Robber in the West by nimbus theatre playing at The Crane Theater

Saturday, May 11, 2019

TCTB Review Roundup: Broadway Tour of THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG at the Orpheum Theatre

photo by Jeremy Daniel
The Play that Goes Wrong and is currently on tour playing at Hennepin Theatre Trust's Orpheum Theater through May 12th. Many of our bloggers went to see this show. You can read what they thought of it below: 
PhenoMNal Twin Cities
Compendium - Minneapolis
Minnesota Theater Love
Cherry and Spoon
Twin Cities Stages

TCTB Review Roundup: Mixed Blood Theatre's AUTONOMY at the St. Paul RiverCentre

photo by Rich Ryan
Mixed Blood Theatre Company's current show Automony is playing at Saint Paul's River Centre through May 12th. A couple of our bloggers have had a change to see this truly unique show so far. Read what they thought below:
Compendium - Minneapolis: "Autonomy is an absolute blast and a completely different kind of theater experience, one that I highly recommend you see."
Read more here:
Cherry and Spoon: "Mixed Blood Theatre's latest project is wildly ambitious, and they accomplish it quite brilliantly. "
Read more here:

Friday, May 3, 2019

TCTB Review Roundup: Prime Productions' MARJORIE PRIME at Park Square Theatre

A couple of our bloggers have made it to Park Square Theatre to see PRIME Productions most recent show Marjorie Prime. It is running until May 19th. You can ready what our bloggers thought below:
Single White Fringe Geek: "Marjorie Prime is grappling with countless big, meaty issues related to life and death and the meaning of both"
Read more here:
Cherry and Spoon: "The playwright provides a lot of food for thought, and the cast and team at Prime Productions have brought out all of the complexities of the script, creating something that's both very human and relatable, but also futuristic and a little disturbing."
Read more here:
*Photo by Devon Cox

Thursday, May 2, 2019

TCTB Review Roundup: METAMORPHOSES at the Guthrie Theater

The Guthrie Theater's latest work, a co-production with the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Metamorphoses, has many comparing it to theatrical poetry. 
A couple of our bloggers saw the show. Read what the thought of it below:
Compendium - Minneapolis: "... making this ancient text a breathing, engage-able object that is much more complex than its seemingly simple packaging would indicate"
Read more here:
Cherry and Spoon: "All of the actors do a fantastic job of bringing these ancient tales to life and making them feel so now, making these archetypal characters seem real, human, funny, tragic"
Read more here:
Play off the Page "This is a beautiful, fluid play filled with poetic language, gods and humans searching, longing, and living, and reflecting on life and loss"
Read more here:
*Photo by Dan Norman