Glensheen at the History Theatre

When the murder weapon is a silk pillowcase and candlestick, you would think the murders took place during a game of Clue. Unfortunately, these murders are real and have been the fascination of Minnesotans for decades. When heiress Elizabeth Congdon and her nurse Velma were murdered on June 27, 1977, it appeared to be a…

Interview with Wendy Lehr

Over the years, Wendy Lehr has made numerous and significant contributions to the Twin Cities theatre community. Not only has she acted, directed and danced on stages throughout the area, but she has also taught the next generation of theatre professionals. She is the founding artistic director of the Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Arts.…

Driving Miss Daisy at The Jungle Theater

Alfred Uhry’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Driving Miss Daisy” starts as an unwanted affiliation between a white widow and her black chauffeur in 1948 Atlanta, but evolves into a lasting friendship spanning decades. After her latest car accident, Daisy Werthan’s son Boolie decides her driving days are over and hires Hoke Coleburn as his mother’s chauffeur.