stage & arts
Actors on Twin Cities stages increasingly reflect the diversity of their audiences. But they're hardly "colorblind."
REVIEW: Park Square Theatre's latest Nero Wolfe adaptation is an entertaining whodunit.
Review: Sondheim musical "Sunday in the Park With George" is a beaut at the Guthrie.
REVIEW: "The Comedy of Errors" is breezy as ever in this outdoor production.
Dancers in the darkDance becomes a different experience entirely in the dark. BodyCartography Project's "felt room" invites viewers to experience dance through senses other than…
It was dismantled and removed from Sculpture Garden.
Review: Off-Leash Area's show illustrates cyclical stages of loss.
On exhibit at N.Y.'s Whitney Museum, Henry Taylor's painting is both a sympathetic portrayal and a rallying cry.
REVIEW: Rhythm rules Kaleena Miller's starkly staged "Shift," which features a different musician nightly adding to the percussive score.
Global Water Dances What do Lima, Peru; Lagos, Nigeria; Cairo, Egypt; Zurich, Switzerland; Manila, Philippines; and Minneapolis all have in common? They’re among the 90…
NEA grant is intended to help East Side arts efforts grow.
Some are disputing claims of Cherokee heritage by international artist Jimmie Durham, whose retrospective opens in Minneapolis this week.
Two N.Y. actors make a temporary home here to play "Sunday in the Park With George."
REVIEW: The film star shows signs of maturity in a stand-up appearance at Treasure Island with an all-star supporting cast.
"Chelsea Lately" comedian Fortune Feimster will help open Pride Weekend.
A photo exhibit provides a ringside view of Baron Von Raschke, Sgt. Slaughter and more.
REVIEW: In the Heart of the Beast's "Action Sequence" is a visually rich spoof.
Now that billboards have gone high-tech, it's time to appreciate what they used to add to the city of Minneapolis. Yes, add.
The home of the educational nonprofit the National Eagle Center thought it knew something about obsessions with bald eagles. Then it met Preston Cook.
Review: Skylark Opera transports Mozart to the 1930s with this captivating staging.