stage & arts
In warm weather, these theaters meet you where you want to be: outside.
Theater artists wrestle with warnings that prepare audiences but risk giving away too much.
Rondo and Franklin Av. share the focus of a fest devoted to renewal.
Despite naysayers, producers are giving it a try.
A neighborhood park is rising from the rubble of the Juxtaposition Arts building.
REVIEW: Zenon's final program is filled with gorgeous movement.
Best of the Week (June 16-23): Jazz Festival, Pride block party, Hugh Jackman, Argento tribute, more
Lowertown lowdown The 21st annual Twin Cities Jazz Festival will feature a homeboy headliner: acclaimed jazz-soul-hip-hop stylist Jose James, returning Friday to present his tribute…
Global Water DancesMinnesota artists will dance at the shores of the Mississippi this week as part of Global Water Dances. Launched in 2008 as an…
'Remembering Rondo'This quiet yet lively exhibition is also a celebration of the St. Paul neighborhood that was torn apart by construction of Interstate Hwy. 94…
REVIEW: The Australian comic makes good on her hit "Nanette" special by showing what comedy could be.
Fresh Ink serves three new playsOpens Thursday: Don't look now, but Illusion Theater's Fresh Ink workshop series is 32 years old. The 2019 installment features…
Zenon Dance Company founder Linda Z. Andrews mined 36 years of history for this week's farewell performance.
From an artistic Minnesota family, St. Paul's Pope brothers are creating photorealistic drawings that attract collectors worldwide.
A new play depicts financial hotshots obsessing over deals. Humanity? Not so much.
Lily Tung Crystal arrives from the Bay Area, where she helped launch another Asian-American theater company.
Best of the Week (June 9-16): Zenon farewell, Father John Misty and Jason Isbell, Fort Snelling, Winstock, 'Divas & Drag'
Dancing into the sunset Zenon Dance Company takes its final bow after 36 years of performances intersecting jazz, modern and contemporary styles. On the program…
Show features poets, live painters, singers, musicians and dancers.
Chicago photographer makes "Outcry."
Review: Groundbreaking exhibit showcases once-anonymous American Indian artists.
At 50, dancer and choreographer Jennifer Ilse decided to create her first solo performance. Ilse contemplates living with gender constructs with “The Time Is,” presented…