Dwight Hobbes. Dwight Hobbes has written for Essence, Reader's Digest, Washington Post, Star Tribune, Pioneer Press, City Pages, Mpls/St. Paul, MN Law & Politics, Pulse of the Twin Cities, SouthSide Pride, Minneapolis Observer, Women & Word, and Insight News where he writes the opinion column "Something I Said" and is lead arts critic.
His plays are Shelter - produced at Mixed Blood Theatre by Pangea World Theater; Dues - produced by Mixed Blood Theatre in the production Point of Revue, published by Playscripts, Inc; You Can't Always Sometimes Never Tell - produced by Theater Center Philadelphia, Long Island University and published in the anthology CENTER STAGE; and In the Midst - produced by Long Island University. As a singer-songwriter Dwight Hobbes recorded the single "Atlanta Children" (BeatBad Records) and gigged for 10 years in the Long Island/NYC area, including The Other End, Kenny's Castaways and My Fathers Place. In Minneapolis, he has opened for David Daniels at First Street Entry, sat in with Willie Murphy at the Viking Bar, and still drops in at the occasional open mic around town.