You've seen his art all over Minnesota; now meet the real Adam Turman

You've seen his art all over Minnesota; now meet the real Adam Turman

Adam Turman's murals and prints are ubiquitous. What's next for the state's most visible artist?

Backstage workers are in the spotlight in new show at the Walker

December 2
Backstage workers are in the spotlight in new show at the Walker
Karen Sherman illuminates the hidden world of backstage workers with a new dance show at the Walker

From traditional tutus to sexy burlesque, find your perfect Minnesota 'Nutcracker'

November 28
From traditional tutus to sexy burlesque, find your perfect Minnesota 'Nutcracker'
Here are 10 Twin Cities productions of "The Nutcracker" in a range of styles.
Stage & Arts
December 2

Minn. parent of autistic child played part in Tony-winning 'Curious Incident'

It wasn't until cast members visited an autism services center that one star understood her character in the touring production of the Tony-winning play, which is visiting Minneapolis this week.
Stage & Arts
December 1

James Sewell Ballet revamps 'Nutcracker (Not So) Suite'

Nutcracker (Not So) Suite Set in 1960s New York City, this “Nutcracker” has no Nutcracker whatsoever. Instead it features life-size Barbie and Ken dolls who…
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Stage & Arts
December 1

Art lovers: It's a Fluxus Friday at White Page gallery in Mpls.

Flux With Us For a movement with such giddy disdain for being told what to do, the merry pranksters of Fluxus sure left a lot…
Stage & Arts
November 30

Hiponymous dance duo delivers its first evening-length show

Hiponymous Hiponymous, the duo made up of Renée Copeland and Genevieve Muench, has been dancing around the Twin Cities since 2012, but “Different After This”…
Stage & Arts
November 30

Tony-winning 'Curious Incident' has bracing opening in Minneapolis

REVIEW: The Broadway tour, which touched down Tuesday in Minneapolis for a weeklong run at the Orpheum Theatre, retains the luster of the original Tony-winning production.
Stage & Arts
November 29

Guthrie's 'Lion in Winter' savors a no-love-lost royal family

REVIEW: James Goldman's play savors dysfunction as royals tear into each other.
Stage & Arts
November 26

Artist creates works of chalk art in Minneapolis dining, drinking hot spots

A Forest Lake artist uses chalk to create works of temporary art in bars and restaurants around the Twin Cities area.
Stage & Arts
November 25

Church Basement Ladies serve up Christmas spirit in 'Away in the Basement'

REVIEW: "Away in the Basement" is easygoing entertainment.
Stage & Arts
November 25

Now here's a genuine 'Curious Incident': Meet the other Felicity Jones

The Twin Cities-bred stage veteran — no, not the budding film star — returns with the Broadway tour of "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time."
Stage & Arts
November 24

What evil lurks at the heart of a room? Walker Art Center raises a 'Question'

Walker's exhibition "Question the Wall Itself," which opens Sunday, peers into the theoretical innards of our indoor spaces.
Stage & Arts
November 23

Walker Art Center's annual Choreographers' Evening

A showcase for Minnesota’s dance community Hot off the heels of her immersive show at Intermedia Arts, Rosy Simas steps into the role of curator…
Stage & Arts
November 23

Mpls. Institute of Art offers photos of 'Resistance'

‘Resistance, Protest, Resilience’ When this show — consisting of about 60 protest photos, culled from the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s permanent collection and chronicling various…
Stage & Arts
November 23

History Theatre's 'Orphan Train' carries a sad cargo to a place of hope

REVIEW: History Theatre revival adds just enough light to this real-life tale.
Variety
November 22

'It never felt negative': Twin Cities actor saw same 'Hamilton' show as Pence

Matthew G. Anderson and fellow Twin Cities actor Leigha Horton were sitting in the mezzanine of Broadway's Richard Rodgers Theatre when Vice President-elect Mike Pence walked in Friday night, and a wave of mutterings and boos wafted upward.
Stage & Arts
November 21

Review: Guthrie's 'Christmas Carol' finds redemption in song and dance

“God bless us, every one” may be Tiny Tim’s best-known quip from Charles Dickens’ classic holiday tale, but a 16th century Yuletide hymn provides the…
Stage & Arts
November 21

'Homeland' star Laila Robins returns to her home stage: The Guthrie

Actor Laila Robins returns to the theater that inspired her dreams as the Guthrie opens "The Lion in Winter" this week.
Stage & Arts
November 21

Get ready for another 'Freaky Friday'

Disney is adapting the story into a musical.
Stage & Arts
November 21

7th House Theater explores pain of growing up in poignant 'Passage'

REVIEW: 7th House puts a fairy-tale spin on the real anxieties of children in a winning new musical.
Stage & Arts
November 20

Brave New Workshop spoofs holiday traditions in 'What the Elf'

Workshop roasts chestnuts old and new.
Stage & Arts
November 20

Movement politics in premieres by TU Dance

Troupe takes on violence and race with passion.
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