Kip’s talent profile
Kip Dooley is a writer and theatre artist from Minneapolis. He hopes his criticism will contribute to honest, informed, and loving dialogue within the arts community.
Review by Kip Dooley April 10, 2018
“The Wolves” is a coming-of-age tale for the #metoo era
Interview by Kip Dooley March 15, 2018
Pillsbury House decides to carry the momentum
Blog post by Kip Dooley August 15, 2017
2017 Fringe Festival Blogger Coverage Day 10
by Kip Dooley August 7, 2017
2017 Fringe Festival Blogger Coverage Day 4
Interview by Kip Dooley July 13, 2017
Six emerging artists explore the depths with Dance luminary Paula Mann
Blog post by Kip Dooley July 4, 2017
The McKnight Fellows show their work
Review by Kip Dooley April 20, 2017
Battlefield’s ancient story provides new space for wonder
Blog post by Kip Dooley April 11, 2017
New play by veteran writer Lee Blessing finds its feet at The Playwrights' Center
Review by Kip Dooley April 4, 2017
Jessica Huang’s new play is compelling, if not uniformly coherent.
Review by Kip Dooley March 28, 2017
New Macbeth adaptation moves quickly and keeps its hands clean
Review by Kip Dooley March 7, 2017
Savage Umbrella’s adaptation paints a nice picture, but fails to translate the heart of Edna’s story.
Review by Kip Dooley February 22, 2017
Tackling an Oscar Wilde classic, Four Humors finds laughter, little more.