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Minnesota’s history of racial intolerance exposed

Minnesota’s history of racial intolerance exposed

Nov. 14 | Book Review By Dwight Hobbes Contributing Writer   Elizabeth Dorsey Hatle’s introduction to The Ku Klux Klan in Minnesota (History Press, $19.99) begins, “The overt whiteness of Minnesota in the 1920s makes the Ku Klux Klan finding a home...

Austene Van ascends in role of Aida

Austene Van ascends in role of Aida

Mar. 6 |       Austene Van, a brilliant performer, has long been outshone by fellow stars Jevetta Steele and Regina Marie Williams. But not because she’s, per se, a lesser talent. However, Steele saw her profile incredibly heightened by a...

Penumbra exceeds fundraising goal: Programming resumes this spring

Penumbra exceeds fundraising goal: Programming resumes this spring

Jan. 29 |   January 7, 2013, St. Paul, MN — Over 1,400 individuals, corporations and foundations donated $359,000 by December 30, 2012 to Penumbra Theatre Company. The Penumbra Summer Institute, a nationally recognized three-year arts education and...

Penumbra Theatre Co. flips the script  to meet economic challenge

Penumbra Theatre Co. flips the script to meet economic challenge

Oct. 17 |   Financial state result of administration’s failure to watch cash flow   By James L. Stroud, Jr. Contributing Writer   Penumbra Theatre Company (PTC), one of the nation’s largest African American theaters, has suspended its programming...

The Amen Corner: Penumbra breathes life into James Baldwin play

The Amen Corner: Penumbra breathes life into James Baldwin play

May. 30 |     Lou Bellamy brilliantly directs James Baldwin’s The Amen Corner at Guthrie Theater for a Penumbra Theatre Company/Guthrie Theater regional premiere. Bellamy, of course, is best known for taking scripts through their paces in St. Paul...
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