stage & arts
Nathaniel Fuller steps back into a signature role while Charity Jones takes an increased one — both as Ebenezer Scrooge.
Think all Twin Cities theater seats are created equal? Think again.
"Nimbus," a massive halo-like steel sculpture, will be the crowning touch of the remake of Nicollet Mall.
Music legend Dolly Parton borrows from Charles Dickens and her childhood for a holiday musical premiering at the Ordway.
Sure, you can't wait to see "The Nutcracker" and the Brian Setzer Orchestra. But what else is there to do this holiday season? Find movies and more don't-miss picks in our annual arts and entertainment preview.
Tamsie Ringler: Still Life As far back as Dutch painters of the 1600s, artists have found ways to liven up the venerable still-life genre. Artist…
‘The Hungry Stones’ At the center of Katha Dance Theatre’s “The Hungry Stones” is a mysterious palace that soaks up the desires of anyone who…
Mary Ceruti has run the SculptureCenter, a haven for contemporary artists, for the past two decades.
With new elements in dance and music, Children's Theatre Company's 2018 version is more fun, and also provides the warmth and reassurance of a good holiday show.
Minnesota Opera performs Kevin Puts' Pulitzer Prize-winning "Silent Night" in searing Ordway revival.
REVIEW: Old Log's well-oiled staging of the Tony-winning comedy steams on despite a mishap to its leading lady.
A photo show celebrates the College of Liberal Arts' 150th anniversary.
Matthew Bakkom marks his Minneapolis homecoming with an exhibit featuring hundreds of archival discoveries.
Dancing against gun violence Minneapolis-based Arena Dances addresses gun violence with “Hold My Hand,” a new dance work performed alongside Minnesota high school students. Artistic…
Review: Cirque spectacle brings aerialists, a ladder gymnast and a death-defying singer to Minneapolis
The first act of "Corteo" is jaw-dropping; the second has issues.
A Minnesota artist set out to create a show for "someone who hears differently than I do."
Many Visions, Many Versions From gods and goddesses to questions about the Sept. 11 attacks, this huge show of mostly paintings from indigenous, rural communities…
‘Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas’ Our favorite holiday sourpuss is back. In addition to the new 3-D animated film opening Friday, the…
The rude humor is no longer as shocking, but it still captivates in touring show at Orpheum.