Playwright A.R. Gurney’s early estrangement helped feed his play “The Cocktail Hour,” opening Friday at the Guthrie. Updated Nov. 26, 2014
Michael Pearce Donley and Peter Vitale play child pianists with dreams of greatness, following them through 15 years of practice, competitions and the realization that their goals might never be met.
Modestly touting itself as “the largest storefront art project in the entire world,” the endeavor consists of 38 displays in shop windows throughout the 15-block “cultural district.”
Some of you won't be caught anywhere near a mall on Thanksgiving evening or Black Friday morning. But if sleeping late isn't your thing, Minneapolis Institute of Arts will be doing its third annual Black Friday alternative from 6 A.M. to 7 A.M.
It’s as if the Moving Company decided to put sundry ingredients into a blender, press start and hope for a smoothie. But their latest show, “Love’s Labour’s Lost,” mostly just sits there.
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An electric performer, Patricia Kopatchinskaja brings a disarming frankness to the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra in her new role as artistic partner.
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