stage & arts
At Twin Cities museums, art speaks more than one language.
A Minnesota small-town gem, Jaques Art Center celebrates 25 years with giant show on the great Minnesota wildlife painter Francis Lee Jaques.
"Flight," opening Saturday at the Ordway, is an object lesson in how Minnesota Opera nurtures new talents.
The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper" inspires a new dance work reuniting former Bad Plus pianist Ethan Iverson with mentor Mark Morris.
Facing funding shortfalls, the St. Paul theater eliminated a key position.
A Bob Marley-infused "reggae fairy tale" makes its regional debut at Children's Theatre.
Native art Curator Alexandra Buffalohead is invested in increasing visibility for Indigenous North American artists and redefining the Native art history canon through storytelling. Her…
How the Wild West Was Spun Ends Sunday: Her Lakota, Plains Apache and Scottish Traveller ancestry gives storyteller Dovie Thomas a much different perspective on…
Show weaves his work with that of an artist he influenced.
The self-taught lighting designer worked on productions in the Twin Cities and at playhouses across the country.
Alan Zweibel talks about working with everyone from Gilda Radner to Larry David.
Review: No one expects subtlety from "Jesus Christ Superstar," and you're not going to get it.
Review: "Noura" dramatizes an immigrant's soul struggle.
Dance, acrobatics and martial arts Ring in the Chinese New Year with a performance by CAAM Chinese Dance Theater, the local dance company and school…
In "A Doll's House" sequel, Nora confronts what she left behind at the end of that play.
The regional premiere of "Bernarda Alba" is potent and poetic at Theater Latté Da.
Some of our landmark buildings aren't so unique. Others are ours alone.
"Lord of the Flies" meets "Muppet Babies" in primal, playful, head-scratching Out There production.
As the Art Shanty Projects return to icy Lake Harriet, we went behind the scenes with one of the creative teams.