Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright John Patrick Shanley joins members of the Minnesota Opera to work on a new adaptation of his play "Doubt, which began as a play on Broadway and then a movie.
Katrina Vandenberg's new collection, "The Alphabet Not Unlike the World," touches on loss and sadness, but the pieces make her feel better about the world.
This week The Cube Critics, movie maven Stephanic Curtis and arts reporter Euan Kerr, talked about fairy tales on the big screen as a much darker "Snow White" opens in movie theaters, along with a French art house film about an actual fairy.
You may think a drum is a drum is a drum. But even just listening to soundcheck with Drums United will quickly prove you wrong.
Just when you think you've got the Cube Critics, Stephanie Curtis the Movie Maven and arts reporter Euan Kerr figured out, they surprise you.
A few months ago, university students struck a chord and packed in the crowds with "The War Within," a dark farce of loosely connected sketches of commentary on absurdities in life and the workplace. The play is now reworked as a tour through the endless war of daily existence.
The Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis has now revealed the final details of its 2012-2013 season. The initial line-up for what will be the theater's 50th season drew controversy from some quarters due to the lack of diversity amongst its playwrights and directors.
On the Cube Critics, a navy battle board game comes to life on the big screen and so does a fictitious farcical tyrant.
The Walker Art Center announced on Thursday six commissions and three world premieres as it released details of its 2012-2013 performing arts season.
A film about a deaf poet struggling to perform for a hearing audience has been challenging students at Sheridan Arts Magnet School in Minneapolis.
This week, Cube Critics Stephanie Curtis and Euan Kerr shine a spotlight on director Tim Burton's latest project that resurrects a spooky soap opera from the 60s.
Penumbra Theater Artistic Director Lou Bellamy has wanted to stage James Baldwin's play "The Amen Corner" for 30 years. However he believes it's only now he has found the right way to present Baldwin's story of family and religion -- in part because of leading lady Greta Oglesby.
Over the years, Dylan Hicks has made his mark locally and nationally as a musician, a journalist and a critic. Now he's launching into another art form: the novel.
"The Unbearable Book Club for Unsinkable Girls," a teen novel by St. Paul-based writer, Julie Schumacher, reads like an adventure story, but at its heart it is about the power of words.
The Cube Critics chat about two films in which some aging Britons take a trip and a conglomeration of super heroes decide that several is better than one.