stage & arts
"Girl From the North Country" shifts Minnesota native's lyrics to folks in a Duluth boardinghouse.
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.
Theatrical presentation via Facebook — a first for Minnesota — makes this "Beowulf" hit home.
Despite their own anxiety, comedians make jokes to put others at ease.
The fizzy genre had its heyday from the mid-1930s to the early '40s.
Energetic veteran is busier than ever with two TV sitcoms and the upcoming "West Side Story."
Amid a flurry of cancellations, Twin Cities arts groups and artists brace for a major financial hit.
Classic rockers are turning Broadway into a cozy home after the hits stop coming.
To weather the pandemic, our writers provide virtual portals to arts and culture.
Helen Anker, who starred in "My Fair Lady" and "Camelot," is in self-quarantine.
The Walker has not set a new opening date.
When you're trying to work from home, and need a distraction for the kids, these movies can't miss.
Surveys indicate Americans are divided about whether theaters should close.
The pink and white stuffed animal that ballerina Devon Teuscher has had since she was a baby always has a place in her dressing room,…
To help slow the spread of coronavirus, Minnesota's arts and culture institutions are canceling, postponing — or playing for radio broadcast only.Here's a roundup of…
"Seven" tells the inspirational stories of seven women from around the world.
Joyful, ambitious musical is all about inclusion.
‘Audubon Animated’ John James Audubon is the original bird man. The 19th-century ornithological artist tried to paint every bird in America. Eleven of his…
‘The Rainbow Fish’ Opens Friday: The Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia has a history of creating colorful puppet shows from picture books, including Eric Carle’s…