Knight Foundation grants
From a food-inspired opera to a Latino radio novella to “The Smallest Museum in St. Paul” in an old fire-hose cabinet, St. Paul will be inundated next year with arts activities after the announcement of Knight Foundation grants. Updated 9:14 AM
REVIEW: Garrison Keillor’s first stage play largely dispenses with fictional pretense, as “The Host” gets ready for “A Prairie Home Companion” and then goes “On the Air.” The result is that “Radio Man,” playing at History Theatre in St. Paul, finds its rhythm in the characters and situations that faithful listeners have heard for 40 years. Not much new there.
REVIEW: A man washes up on a Nazi-occupied British island during World War II, sparking a compelling tale of magic and menace.
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REVIEW: Ancient myth comes grippingly to life in “If We Were Birds” by 20% Theatre.
The seemingly unstoppable Twin Cities hip-hop collective — whose members include local music stars Dessa, Sims and P.O.S. — announced Tuesday that it is putting an end to its year-end performance marathon after this year’s 10th annual installment.
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