stage & arts
Iranian hard-liners, now back at the helm of the country, may regularly rail against the poisoning of Islamic society by Western culture, but in Tehran, Iranians are flocking to the contemporary art museum to marvel at American pop artist Andy Warhol's iconic soup cans.
Bernard Haitink, a Dutch conductor of refinement and grace who led the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra for 27 years and held leadership positions in London, Chicago and Boston, died at his home in London on Thursday, his management agency announced. He was 92.
A Virginia museum is proposing to melt down a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee that was the focus of a violent white nationalist rally in 2017 in Charlottesville and create a new work of public art.
The filmmaker returns to Minneapolis with his two-day one-man show.
Review: Dazzling performances included celebrating John Coltrane and Afro-Cuban traditions.
From Rondo to professional baseball, the late Toni Stone persevered to pursue her passion.
REVIEW: Indigenous futures, an inspiring U of M professor, Latinx identities and Middle East designers are all worth a look.
Christmas has long been an opportunity for theaters but now they're hopping on Halloween.
The former Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company has a new name and shifts to the ER camp.
Jungle Theater's one-act play is interactive and performed with the house lights on.
Review: The fairy tale/detective story features the actor in multiple roles.
Diverse groups of artists are becoming leaders at Twin Cities theaters.
Retrospective opens at Walker Art Center after winning praise at stops in L.A., New York and Atlanta.
Ten Thousand Things will stage "The Comedy of Errors" at a single venue for its entire six-week run.
REVIEW: The British farce is Old Log's most accomplished show in years.
REVIEW: This dance-theater hybrid by Collide is a lot of fun
The family-friendly design by Luis Fitch fulfilled a lifelong dream. His work is now being embraced by brands as big as Target.
Like the sculpture, the dedication honored Native language and culture.
Review: Teenage enthusiasm for the document gives way to adult fears in thoughtful play at the Guthrie.
Sculpture by Native American artist Angela Two Stars will be unveiled Saturday.