Pillsbury House Theatre's '[Almost Equal To]' illustrates economic insecurity

Pillsbury House Theatre's '[Almost Equal To]' illustrates economic insecurity

REVIEW: Regional premiere of Swedish playwright's "[Almost Equal To]" at Pillsbury House taps into global financial insecurity.

New Bockley Gallery show reflects history of American Indians in south Minneapolis

September 21
New Bockley Gallery show reflects history of American Indians in south Minneapolis
Artist Edgar Heap of Birds incorporates local history for his solo exhibition at Bockley Gallery.

'Disney's Aladdin' at Orpheum is interrupted mid-show by technical issues

September 21
'Disney's Aladdin' at Orpheum is interrupted mid-show by technical issues
Wednesday's performance of the show at Minneapolis' Orpheum Theatre had two intermissions, one unplanned.
Stage & Arts
September 24

Dancers from Morocco and Twin Cities combine forces in 'Corbeaux (Crows)'

REVIEW: Work by choreographer Bouchra Ouizguen awed those in the Sculpture Garden.
Stage & Arts
September 21

'Todd Norsten: NOWHERE' now at Highpoint Center for Printmaking

Todd Norsten: NOWHERE Todd Norsten’s monoprints, now on view at Highpoint Center for Printmaking, are low-key and super witty, with a resemblance to highway signs.…
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Stage & Arts
September 21

Onstage spotlight: "Hoopla Train"

Hoopla Train Opens this weekend: Think of “Hoopla Train” as an old-fashioned vaudeville-style show that has toured the provinces and is now homing in on…
Stage & Arts
September 20

'Disney's Aladdin' launches Broadway season in Mpls. with verve and pizazz

REVIEW: "Disney's Aladdin" opened the Broadway season in Minneapolis with flash and pizazz.
Stage & Arts
September 20

Husband-and-wife chemistry makes 'String' a winner for Yellow Tree Theatre

REVIEW: Yellow Tree Theatre celebrates 10 years with "String," a romantic comedy showcasing its husband-and-wife founders.
Stage & Arts
September 19

Twin Cities performer faces a tough choice: Stage star or rock star?

That is the question for Twin Cities performer Meghan Kreidler as she balances the demands of both theater and music.
Stage & Arts
September 19

New CTC musical 'Abominables' blows whistle, sweetly, on youth sports

REVIEW: Children's Theatre's made-in-Minnesota hockey musical offers insights and humor.
Stage & Arts
September 19

Theater Latté Da opens 2017-18 season with nicely realized 'Man of La Mancha'

REVIEW: "Man of La Mancha" remains a classic by daring us to join Don Quixote and attack the world's dysfunction.
Stage & Arts
September 19

Guthrie Theater's 'Romeo and Juliet' is lusty, modern and free-spirited

Joseph Haj elaborates on his approach to Shakespeare with a lusty production of the classic.
Stage & Arts
September 18

Minnesota photographer Jovan Speller breaks out with 'Black Quiet'

Jovan Speller turned inward after becoming a casualty of the meltdown at Rochester Art Center.
Music
September 18

New play celebrates legendary 20th-century music teacher Nadia Boulanger

Review: Graceful, sensitive work showed how Parisian shaped the history of 20th-century music.
Stage & Arts
September 17

Ananya Dance Theatre's 'Shyamali' brims with memorable moments, activist passion

REVIEW: Dancers, musicians and poets collaborate in a tribute to women united.
Stage & Arts
September 17

The Jungle's dark 'Nether' pokes at crime in a virtual universe

REVIEW: If unspeakable acts are committed online, who should be punished?
Stage & Arts
September 16

'In the Heights' review: Lin-Manuel Miranda's early work pays tribute to his Washington Heights neighborhood

Ordway production of early Lin-Manuel Miranda work still finding its stride.
Stage & Arts
September 15
Finnish artist Mari Mathlin sat in a tent-like piece she was exhibitin...

For a growing number of Twin Cities galleries, home is where the art is

Artists in the Twin Cities are turning their private homes into public galleries.
Stage & Arts
September 15

Take a spin with the rebellious choreographer behind Twin Cities Tap Festival

Kaleena Miller takes a giant career leap with choreography and the Twin Cities Tap Festival.
Stage & Arts
September 15

Two Minnesota women juggle art and motherhood while redefining the role of a theater leader

There weren't female role models for Penumbra's Sarah Bellamy and the Jungle's Sarah Rasmussen. So they're showing how to do it themselves.
Stage & Arts
September 15

Best bets for dance lovers: Choreography inspired by boxing, corporate life and John Coltrane

Malpaso Dance Company The Havana-based troupe is making its Minnesota debut, yet much about the program may feel familiar. It includes “Indomitable Waltz” by Canadian…
Stage & Arts
September 15

The top 10 art exhibits in the Twin Cities this fall

Tokyo Type Designers Club Since 1990, this Japan-based nonprofit has held an international design competition. This exhibition presents 300 selections from leading typographers and graphic…
Stage & Arts
September 15

Politics takes center stage in Twin Cities's must-see theater shows this fall

Western theater and representative democracy were born in the same crucible — ancient Greece — and ever since, the stage has been a place to…
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