stage & arts
A Minneapolis man has dedicated his life to the legacy of photographer Edward S. Curtis.
Sooner or later, most playwrights explore subject matter they know well — the theater.
Robert Wilson re-imagines what a museum show can be.
Eighteen comedians walked into a room last week. Their goal? Crafting another funny episode of "Minnesota Tonight," a live monthly comedy show that takes a satirical spin through state politics and news.
Review: Dancers evoke the revelry and high spirit of the Brazilian Carnival.
Gilbert and Sullivan would likely appreciate this modernized spin.
Stephen Sondheim musical is moving and surprisingly funny.
It plans a globe-trotting 2018-19 season, including four world premieres.
Review: A multimedia dance show by Time Track Productions offers an alternative narrative about the aging process.
Joe Sinness: Portraits Following his dazzling exhibition “The Flowers,” which debuted last summer at the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program and explored…
‘Two Mile Hollow’ Nodding to “Downton Abbey,” “The Royal Family” and “August: Osage County,” playwright Leah Nanako Winkler has identified a subgenre of dramas that…
Artwork can be shown at Minneapolis VA, but it must be behind a partition.
Two shows offer very different views of the American psychic landscape.
Not to fret: More will be available at a later date.
Performance involves robot sounds and dance moves.
"The Humans" are trying to survive in Stephen Karam's blistering comedy.
Joe Sinness: PortraitsFollowing his dazzling exhibition "The Flowers," which debuted last summer at the Minneapolis Institute of Art's Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program and explored unpacking…
Only season-ticket packages are being sold initially; single tickets later.
The beatboxing Founding Father will open a Hennepin Theatre season that includes the hit "Dear Evan Hansen."
Khanisha Foster embraces both sides of her biracial heritage in a solo show.