stage & arts
Amid the onslaught of holiday shows, some Twin Cities theaters march to a different beat.
Inspired by escape rooms, a new app sparks mini-adventures at the vast Minneapolis Institute of Art.
REVIEW: Morgan Thorson's new piece has a mysterious message about power and consent.
Singer/actor is in two holiday shows at two Minneapolis theaters.
Sara Marsh and Luverne Seifert offer incisive takes in this drama that plays out like a duet on a particularly thorny piece of music.
Solstice-themed show views winter as a time for new beginnings.
Minneapolis art center hopes refinancing will allow it to regain ownership of the building.
After retiring, former Star Tribune theater critic Graydon Royce turned in his pen for a new stage in life: a role in Chanhassen Dinner Theatres' "Holiday Inn."
Through music and movement, Gabriel Rodreick tells his story of living with a spinal-cord injury.
‘Animus’ Opens Friday: Artistic partners Emily Michaels King and Debra Berger mark the centennial of Ingmar Bergman’s birth with a show inspired by the filmmaker’s…
Amy Rice: Root Down Rice’s modestly sized acrylic paintings of plants, flowers, aquariums in unexpected places and rural Minnesota landscapes are a reminder that spring…
A spiritual dimension marks the art of Charles Burchfield.
Live spooky theater — it's not just for Halloween anymore.
Kaywin Feldman will be the National Gallery's first female director.
The estate of Vivian Maier alleged that her work had been misappropriated.
Its reopening helped extend streak of balanced budgets.
The holiday musical is even more amped up in its return engagement at the Ordway.
After a near-death experience, the Minnesota Museum of American Art has reason to celebrate its grand reopening.
Meet the Guthrie Theater staffer who works tirelessly to make shows available to all.
If you’re looking for non-holiday theater this month: “Animus”: Inspired by Ingmar Bergman’s “Persona,” the show blends theater, movement and film. (Dec. 14-22 at Southern…