And the World Goes ’Round

Opening: Bradley Greenwald and Tiffany Seymour headline this Kander and Ebb musical revue at the Jungle Theater. John Command directs the show, which takes its name from a song that the great songwriting duo wrote for Liza Minnelli in the film “New York, New York.” Music from “Chicago,” “Cabaret,” “The Rink” and “Kiss of the Spider Woman” is included in the revue. The cast includes Betti Battocletti and Therese Walth. (8 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 7:30 p.m. Tue.-Thu. Ends May 24; Jungle Theater, 2951 Lyndale Av. S., Mpls.; $28-$48, 612-822-7063 or

Graydon Royce


Tableau Vivant

This weekend: Shapiro and Smith is putting together a female supergroup of company members and esteemed guest artists — including Susanne Costello, Judith Howard, Mary Moore Easter, Zoe Sealy and Erin Thompson for this performance. Named after the popular fin de siècle practice of creating poses, or “living pictures” based on historical figures, literary scenes or classical pieces of art, the theatrical form is often associated with women’s suffrage movements. Choreographer Joanie Smith takes the concept of the tableau vivant and uses it to explore iconic female relationships, with the help of Scott Killian’s original score and Brian Sostek’s text. The company will also premiere “Ravel X 3,” based on the works of Maurice Ravel. (8 p.m. Fri.-Sat.; Cowles Center, 528 Hennepin Av. S., Mpls; $30, 612-206-3600,

Sheila Regan