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Rohan Preston

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Twin Cities, MN, United States

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Past articles by Rohan:

Several Hollywood stars got their start at the Guthrie: Will these actors be next?

After a four-year hiatus, the graduate actor-training program that minted Oscar and Emmy winners is back. → Read More

The bard among the brews: Shakespeare's 'Richard III' heads to a pub

It is the new Gray Mallard Theater Company's first production. → Read More

For Mixed Blood Theatre's Jack Reuler, a career of art and activism

After 46 years, the founder steps down with fond memories, some regrets and plenty of gratitude. → Read More

Free Shakespeare play in the park offers 'midcentury, private school vibe'

Classical Actors Ensemble is presenting "Love's Labor's Lost" in Twin Cities area parks. → Read More

Minnesota's first lady of church and stage stretches out into comedy

Greta Oglesby stars in the two-hander show "The Roommate." → Read More

'Moulin Rouge' dance captain relishes return to Twin Cities home

Wayzata High School grad Amy Quanbeck hopes to reconnect with her hometown touchstones. → Read More

Ex-Vikings GM lists Eden Prairie home that's 'like a cabin up North' for $975K

Rick Spielman's 5,622-square-foot home on a secluded lot boasts five bedrooms and five bathrooms. → Read More

Some Twin Cities entertainment venues drop COVID protocols, but others retain them

As restaurants, sports venues and municipalities relax their pandemic protocols against a backdrop of declining COVID-19 cases, the decisions about keeping or tweaking health safety practices often involve multiple and sometimes complex stakeholders operating in a fluid, uncertain environment. → Read More

Mixed Blood Theatre taps inventive director and playwright as its next leader

Mark Valdez, who has been the theater's artist-in-residence twice, will succeed Jack Reuler. → Read More

'Hamilton' and 'Wicked' will stop in Twin Cities during 2022-2023 Broadway season

The touring Broadway lineup features new musicals and a revamped production of "Les Misérables." → Read More

Brother Jules, who spun records for Prince and KMOJ, has died

He started working for Prince in the early 1990s, mixing music and DJing at his clubs, at Paisley Park and on his records. → Read More

Minnesota couple turns shipping containers into stylish cabins, saunas, treehouses and more

Couple turned their need for a home office into a successful venture. By Rohan Preston → Read More

'Fiddler on the Roof' speaks to the power of stories at Ordway

Review: The revived musical about Jewish refugees breathes with new dimensions and clear nuances in the St. Paul theater. → Read More

Guthrie issues an apology after disruptive tirade

The playhouse sent a letter to audience members acknowledging it failed to be a safe space. → Read More

The hail-proof house? These Minnesotans are working on it

Storm-resistant products have helped hail-weary Minnesotans cope. → Read More

Twin Cities-raised 'Frozen' star finally plays for hometown

Caroline Innerbichler auditioned 14 times before she snagged the lead role as Anna. → Read More

5 upcycled shipping containers make one $280K house in Minneapolis

Builder David Schiller hopes this is just the beginning for the affordable, eco-friendly structures. → Read More

Inspired Conversations on Race and Equity: At Normandale, Marvis Kilgore addresses dearth of Black men in teaching

In 2021, Normandale launched its Black Men in Teaching program. Kilgore shares more about it. → Read More

Burnsville native Laura Osnes denies being fired over COVID vaccine refusal

The Broadway star says she withdrew from a benefit show because she is anti-vaccine. → Read More

Judy Dayton, Twin Cities arts patron and grande dame of philanthropy, dies at 94

As matriarch of a family known for its civic contributions, Dayton was the first female president of the Walker and served on its board for 52 years. → Read More