stage & arts
Lanesboro's Commonweal Theatre was among the nation's first to resume indoor shows.
With changing pandemic protocols altering its new show, Theatre Elision has had to be nimble.
Comeback season includes "Emma," "Sweat" and "A Raisin in the Sun."
Benno Black boarded a train 82 years ago to an unknown future.
Nisswa native Samantha French paints mural during visit home.
Say hello to Six Points Theater.
A show about the effort to save Jewish children pulls into the American Swedish Institute.
GREAT Theatre's production staged at city's new amphitheater.
Born in St. Paul, O'Brien was self-taught and started with drawing caricatures of children.
The 22nd season's roster features two shows delayed by the pandemic.
Roots, Rock & Deep Blues FestUsually spread across multiple stages around the Hook & Ladder, this three-day marathon of rootsy, gritty and/or just authentic Americana…
The hybrid event, which also can be viewed virtually for free, will feature Dessa, too.
Jennifer Vogel's memoir "Flim-Flam Man" inspired Sean Penn's in-competition movie "Flag Day."
Works from former Wilcock Gallery in Excelsior are for sale online.
Together, they might shape Deaf art's future.
REVIEW: "What to Send Up" combines songs and spoken word with grace.
ABT will perform four shows on a stage folded out from an 18-wheeler.
It's another blow for the Minneapolis neighborhood.
VR meets reality TV in a boundary-stretching competition this week.
Review: From singing and dancing to humor and wit, this version of "The Music Man" has the goods.