Israel's Batsheva Dance Company brings healing 'Gaga' method to Minneapolis

Israel's Batsheva Dance Company brings healing 'Gaga' method to Minneapolis

Choreographer invented the movement language to deal with a dance-related back injury he suffered 40 years ago.

Startling Walker Art Center show explores women's search for peace in a troubled world

January 20
The show explores the search for balm in a troubled world.

For Twin Cities troupe Mu, 'Flower Drum Song' will be a celebration

January 19
For Twin Cities troupe Mu, 'Flower Drum Song' will be a celebration
The theater troupe marks its anniversary with a piece of Asian-American history.
Stage & Arts
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Want to see 'Hamilton' here? First comes a lot of Andrew Lloyd Webber

Subscribers for the full 2017-18 Twin Cities Broadway season will get first dibs on tickets to the 2018-19 presentation of "Hamilton."
Music
January 22

Minnesota Opera plants 'Diana's Garden' in 1950s America

REVIEW: Peter Rothstein directs a lively and charming revival of the 18th-century opera.
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January 21
FILE - In this Dec. 19, 2015, file photo, Jerry Seinfeld performs at M...

Review: Seinfeld did not miss at Minneapolis' Orpheum Theatre

The 62-year-old master comic and keen observer of human foibles, got something of a workout onstage Friday.
Stage & Arts
January 20

Where to find Gaga classes in the Twin Cities

Where to find Gaga classesTU Dance Center2121 University Av. W., St. Paul612-605-1925, tudance.org Zenon Dance Company and School528 Hennepin Av., Mpls.612-338-1101,
Stage & Arts
January 20

Theater classic 'Rhinoceros' to be staged at A Mill Lofts in Minneapolis

Rhinoceros Opens Friday: A poster animal for conservation, the rhinoceros is a charismatic creature of lethal strength and strong determination but poor vision. It is…
Stage & Arts
January 20

Artists in 'Worlding' create alternative universes at Minneapolis gallery

Worlding The title of this small group show invokes both active voice and a transitive verb, and with it, co-curators Patrick K. Pryor and Kate…
Stage & Arts
January 19

Photography from 'Where the Children Sleep' at the American Swedish Institute

The exhibition features photos of Syrian refugee children by Swedish photographer Magnus Wennman.
Stage & Arts
January 17
Hennepin Theatre Trust President Tom Hoch, stood in for a portrait on...

Tom Hoch to leave Hennepin theaters early; former General Mills exec named interim boss

Former General Mills exec to replace CEO Tom Hoch on interim basis.
Stage & Arts
January 17

From Pepie to the Sasquatch, Minnesota's paranormal activity inspires artist

Brandon Kuehn searches for signs of the paranormal, turning local legends into eerie art.
Stage & Arts
January 16
Richard Iglewski and Wendy Lehr with the Company in the Guthrie Theate...

Twin Cities actor and director Richard Iglewski dies at 61

The versatile actor, who died at 61, was known for dozens of roles at the Guthrie and elsewhere.
Stage & Arts
January 16

Review: The bizarre tragedy of a TV game-show winner, on stage in St. Paul

REVIEW: Sandbox Theatre's take on a bizarre game-show contestant doesn't reach deep enough.
Stage & Arts
January 13

Walker Art Center's top curator resigns for 'personal reasons'

A Walker spokeswoman declined to give a reason for Fionn Meade's departure, saying it's "his news to share."
Variety
January 13

'Martin Luther' will stay in Minneapolis one more day – for free on Monday

The exhibit at Minneapolis Institute of Art is sold out for its closing weekend, so museum officials decided to give crowds one last chance.
Stage & Arts
January 13

Choreographer Faye Driscoll stages a playful protest at the Walker

The show has an anxious tone, but it ends on a hopeful note.
Stage & Arts
January 12

Twin Cities showstopper Jomama Jones brings 'Radiate!' to Red Wing

Radiate! Folks in and around Red Wing this weekend are going to have a show like few have seen. Jomama Jones, the mythical Amazon who…
Stage & Arts
January 12

Fox Tax in Minneapolis looks back at 10 years as an art haven

Count Backwards from 10 Back in 2007, before business-run art galleries became a PR norm, sprouting up shamelessly in IT companies, BMW dealerships and chiropractic…
Stage & Arts
January 12
Finnish Ambassador Kirsti Kauppi sat in a sauna set up outside Orchestra Hall that will soon heat up as part of Minnesota’s celebration of Finnish independence.

Minnesota is playing a central role in Finland's centennial bash

"Finland 100" events will travel across the country, with two large festivals in Washington, D.C. But the U.S. celebration starts and ends in Minnesota,
Stage & Arts
January 12

Review: Whitney Houston's spirit haunts 'Bodyguard' musical now playing Minneapolis

But R&B star Deborah Cox does the diva proud in a touring show at Orpheum.
Stage & Arts
January 12

Fit for a queen: How the star of Chanhassen's 'Camelot' stays in shape

Theater can be a marathon, so "Camelot" star Helen Anker works out to stay sharp.
Stage & Arts
January 11

Chinese Dance Center welcomes the Rooster

Welcoming the Rooster He played his erhu 45 years ago for a visiting President Richard Nixon. And then Zhu Changyao went on to build a…
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