stage & arts
Lou Bellamy stepped down from his leadership role with Penumbra in January. But he took a couple of hours recently to tour a historical exhibit about the theater with his successor, daughter Sarah Bellamy.
The 1967 documentary "Titicut Follies" exposed abuse at a hospital for the criminally insane. And now James Sewell has adapted the film for his new dance show.
The veteran arts leader and professor comes to the Twin Cities from upstate New York.
Fellow classical musicians remember the conductor's contributions to music and culture remembered in an emotional gathering.
REVIEW: You might call this a drive-through "Macbeth." Already one of Shakespeare's shortest plays, this condensed version takes just 90 minutes.
New Prague principal said the out-of-context image was from a rehearsal of "The Foreigner."
REVIEW: The musical artist played with clarity and emotional power.
Intimacy adds power to "Twisted Apples," a view of old-time small-town life adapted from Sherwood Anderson's short stories.
Macbeth Shakespeare’s dramas have never gone out of style on Twin Cities stages, but rarely have they felt as politically charged as they do now.…
"The Weather Diaries" exhibition explores the impact of weather on cultural identity while examining the roots of West Nordic fashion.
Review: "Betroffenheit" was a remarkable show exploring the psychology of trauma and personal loss.
The exhibition features fashions from extreme Nordic climates.
Veterans featured in "She Went to War" testify to the dramatic power of real lives.
REVIEW: Jessica Huang's rewarding new play "The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin" offers a complex telling of a complex life.
Review: Morgan Thorson dance show gets audience involved in staged rebellion.
The Twin Cities' art-infused homage to ice fishing is headed to the City of Lakes next year after stints on Medicine and White Bear lakes.
The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin Amid our heated discussions about jobs and immigration, the History Theatre premieres a play that looks back at a…
"Adorable" and "easygoing" is how Alison Hiltner describes the algae she's been cultivating for her new exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
Choreography in ruins A gallery at the Weisman Art Museum was transformed into a dance venue a couple of summers ago when dancer Morgan Thorson…
REVIEW: Claudia Rankine's words reach deep in a theatrical adaptation of her lyric poem "Citizen."