Rachel Teagle is a playwright, director, and mischief maker recently returned to the Twin Cities. You can find her on the New Play Exchange.
Interview by Rachel Teagle June 13, 2017
Conversations with Playwrights about Writing from History Today
Blog post by Rachel Teagle May 30, 2017
Savage Umbrella’s Night of New Works Offers a Look Behind the Curtain of Work in Progress
Interview by Rachel Teagle May 23, 2017
Review by Rachel Teagle May 16, 2017
Ten Thousand Things Weaves a Rich Tapestry of Yearning
Interview by Rachel Teagle May 9, 2017
Review by Rachel Teagle May 2, 2017
Embryo screening cracks open a fraught sibling relationship in Good Egg.
Review by Rachel Teagle April 18, 2017
Mixed Blood stages Qui Nguyen’s pop culture infused sex comedy about his parents
by Rachel Teagle March 21, 2017
A reading of Harrison David Rivers’ new karaoke-infused play warms a Tuesday night
Review by Rachel Teagle March 7, 2017
The Guthrie is Proud to Present a visceral new play about race and representation.
by Rachel Teagle February 14, 2017
While all the ingredients are there, Walking Shadow’s Marie Antoinette never quite melds.
by Rachel Teagle February 7, 2017
To create something new, we must first love what is old
by Rachel Teagle January 22, 2017
Can we be like sea otters and float off together into a bright future?