Claire Mathews-Lingen has not received any gifts yet
“Mamma Mia! is a must see spectacle that has returned for the seventh time to the Orpheum Theater in Minneapolis. This show will be here through February 23. Mama Mia feels like a classic musical even though it’s only been around for 15 years. Even with it being Abba’s 40th Anniversary, the 70’s music is still relatable, pulling you in, filling the stage with energy. The story is full of humor, while still having content, you can not help but get into this show.”
That is how I began…Continue
This gripping and emotionally draining show is hopefully a leader of a new and groundbreaking inclusive Broadway. The tale is about, by, and perhaps even for a youthful lesbian audience. Hilarity sweeps the Orpheum theater as the teenage Allison discovers her flaming sexual desires.
The audience is guided through a fun, yet serious story of Allison’s relationship with her father by the adult author Allison. The set, music, child stars, and dancing all lent themselves…Continue
The Curious Incident of a Dog in the Night-Time is an intriguing modern broadway play. The show opened at the Orpheum Theater on Tuesday night to a hesitant crowd. This new musical is on its debut tour, based on all of the technological components of the show, it is very apparent that this show is new. The Curious Incident of a Dog in the Night-Time invites the audience into the head of a boy with an autism spectrum condition as he tries to solve a mystery about the death of a dog,…Continue
Cabaret at the Orpheum theater in downtown Minneapolis opened this past Tuesday to a lively audience. The show was introduced by scantily clad actresses taking the stage to warm up and stretch. This opening invited in the sense of being at a cabaret joint. The year was 1929 the place was the Kit Kat Klub in Berlin. The lights come on and the Emcee (Randy Harrison) steps out.
Clifford Bradshaw (Benjamin Eakeley) is a young writer looking for inspiration in a new city far away…Continue