Walker Art Center celebrates its 75th anniversary with a weekend-long Walktoberfest and two handsome shows drawn from its collection. Updated Oct. 16, 2014
REVIEW: Penumbra Theatre is known for being so consistently excellent that a misfire at the house that Lou Bellamy and August Wilson built has the potential to shock. Such is the case with “On the Way to Timbuktu.”
Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal makes its first trip to Minneapolis, with a native Minnesota dancer in tow.
"Master Class" just opened Saturday and it's already being extended. The Theater Latte Da production, featuring Sally Wingert as opera legend Maria Callas, will add five performances.
Twin Cities artist Nancy Randall takes on life, death and her Norse ancestry in an installation and show at St....
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James Sewell Ballet will share the stage with soprano Carrie Henneman Shaw, composer Abbie Betinis, violinist Marc Levin, guitarist Jesse Langen and stage designer Steven Rydberg for the world premiere of “Ribcage.”
Updated Oct. 17, 2014
The bloody World War II drama "Fury" blew past "Gone Girl" at theaters this weekend.
Updated 4:27 PM
Veteran Tony Mendez was let go for attacking writer Bill Scheft backstage at CBS's “The Late Show” following an argument with the host.
Updated 7:24 PM