The bizarrely funny, poignant, political yet not too political musical currently at the MN Jewish Theatre Company has the audience rolling with laughing while at the same time packing an emotional punch.
Author Archive for Sheila Regan
Sheila Regan is a freelance writer and theater artist living in Minneapolis. She frequently writes for TC Daily Planet, Patch.com, and contributes to City Pages’ Dressing Room blog, among other publications.
Renata Friedman’s incredible performance of a whopping 16 characters in the creepy “The K of D” at Illusion Theater is worth seeing.
Gabriella Bier’s Documentary Follows Israeli/Palestinian Couple in Modern Day Romeo and Juliet Story
TCJewfolk scores an interview with the Jewish Director of “Love During Wartime,” playing May 4th at the Mpls St. Paul Int’l Film Fest.
Great storytelling with a bit of philosophy and politics thrown in provides great entertainment in Alan Berks’ “Goats.”
War is hell. That’s the message of Mother Courage and Her Children, playing at Minneapolis’ Lab Theater until February 20th.