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September 26
Actor Erika LaVonn plays the character Nya during a dress rehearsal for “Pipeline.”

'We criminalize black kids': Playwright explores black children's humanity

Playwright Dominique Morisseau seeks to expand ideas around black kids in "Pipeline," opening this week at Penumbra Theatre.
Stage & Arts
September 26
Kwan Sheung Chi
A still image from Emilie Pitoiset’s dance work “It Took the Night to Believe,” which the Paris-based artist will perform Saturd

Farewell to innovative Minneapolis program Goethe in the Skyways

Last call for Goethe The Goethe in the Skyways gallery popped up in Minneapolis’ City Center nearly one year ago, but in mid-October its…
Stage & Arts
September 26
ST. PAUL, MN SEPTEMBER 3: Frank Theatre's production of Caryl Churchill's play "Escaped Alone" at Gremlin Theatre on September 3, 2019 in St. Paul, Mi

Onstage spotlight: "Excaped Alone/Here We Go" ends at Gremlin Theatre

Escaped Alone/ Here We Go Ends Sunday: Writing legend Caryl Churchill’s one-acts look at mortality and aging from the inside. Rohan Preston praised Wendy Knox’s…
Stage & Arts
September 26
Charity Jones as Gloria Steinem, center, with (left to right) Lolly Foy, Jamila Joiner, Katie Bradley, Dana Lee Thompson, George Keller and Cathleen F

'Gloria' celebrates feminist icon Steinem at History Theatre

"Gloria" looks at the dreams, aspirations and struggles of the feminist legend that didn't make the headlines.
Stage & Arts
September 25
“We Dreamt Deaf” by Nicholas Galanin: A taxidermy polar bear (shot in the 1970s in Shishmaref by a sport hunter, the village now being swallowed b

St. Paul gallery show flips the script on American Indian art

An Alaskan artist's new exhibit critiques the American dream.
Stage & Arts
September 25
“Jimmy and Lorraine: A Musing” stars Vinecia Coleman, Sasha Andreev and Jon-Michael Reese.

'Jimmy and Lorraine' offers a heady party at Pillsbury House Theatre

Activist authors Baldwin and Hansberry come to life through arguments — and dance.
Stage & Arts
September 24
In 2013, dozens of supporters came out for the 8th Annual $99 Art Sale at the Soap Factory gallery in Minneapolis.

Once a hub of Minneapolis art scene, Soap Factory calls it quits

The decision came after worsening finances resulted in the sale of the company's flagship space near the downtown Minneapolis riverfront.
Magazine
September 24
Form and function: Nordic touches fill the former home of rosemaling artist Karen Jenson, including clocks, shelves, bed frames and self-portraits.

Extreme example of the Norwegian art form 'rosemaling' found in a tiny Minnesota town

A Scandinavian-inspired home in quaint Milan is covered in a renowned painter's life's work.
Stage & Arts
September 23
“Circus Abyssinia: Ethiopian Dreams” at Children’s Theatre Company.

'Ethiopian Dreams' offers thrills at Children's Theatre

The first circus on the CTC stage is like a mini Cirque du Soleil that also doubles as a cultural showcase.
Stage & Arts
September 23
Alessandra Williams plays the seer Ahiwa in "Sutrajaal: Revelations of Gossmer" by Ananya Dance.

Ananya Dance Theatre dances at the end of the world

REVIEW: With a grim look at the future, choreographer Ananya Chatterjea urges climate-saving action..
Stage & Arts
September 21
Grayson DeJesus as Jim O’Connor and Carey Cox as Laura Wingfield in “The Glass Menagerie” at the Guthrie Theater.

Guthrie offers up a witty version of 'The Glass Menagerie'

REVIEW: Theater last staged the play in 2007.
Stage & Arts
September 20
Chasya Hill interacted with fabric that resembles trees in “Bone Mother” at the Museum of Russian Art.

Minneapolis museum becomes setting for aerialists and storytellers in 'Bone Mother'

Review: The Minneapolis company takes to the air in a piece inspired by folk tales.
Stage & Arts
September 20

Bringing back Ojibwe modernism

On the centennial of Ojibwe modernist artist George Morrison’s birth, Bockley Gallery hosts an exhibition of select paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture spanning five decades…
Stage & Arts
September 19
“Crowns” at New Dawn Theatre.

'Crowns' unleashes great singers on some of our greatest songs

Triple threats sing, dance and wear floppy hats in "Crowns."
Music
September 19
Post Malone

Best of the Week (Sept. 22-29): Post Malone, Maggie Rogers, 'The Great Gatsby,' Luke Combs, Zeitgeist, more

Post plays two at No. 1 This month’s release of his third album, “Hollywood’s Bleeding,” has only added to the high anticipation for Post Malone’s…
Stage & Arts
September 19
Clockwise from left, Jess Grams, Tony Larkin, Dante Pirtle and Jen Scott in “Friends With Guns.”

In the Spotlight: 'Friends With Guns'

Friends With Guns Through Oct. 5: As part of a season of plays that looks at gun violence, Uprising Theatre Company’s area premiere features two…
Stage & Arts
September 19
Carey Cox as Laura Wingfield in “The Glass Menagerie.”

Must disabled characters be played by disabled actors? Guthrie Theater actor says yes

"Glass Menagerie" actor Carey Cox says it should be actors with disabilities.
Stage & Arts
September 18
Marc Chagall (1887-1985)Mystical Crucifixion, 1950Lithograph on paper Collection of the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library, St. John's University

Three exhibitions at the Museum of Russian Art delve deep into history

Museum's scope is ambitious but the results need zing.
Stage & Arts
September 18
Stacia Rice, with Schnitzer, plays Christopher’s mother, Judy.

Yellow Tree Theatre's 'Curious Incident' punches for the heart

The production in a small storefront theater in Osseo packs a wallop.
Stage & Arts
September 16
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