stage & arts
Ford Foundation declares theater an "American cultural treasure."
The Twin Cities will have its most-storied holiday tradition again in a new way.
Art installations take the place of its annual puppet show to mark this year of grieving.
Twin Cities Horror FestivalThrough Saturday: For its virtual ninth edition, the TCHF is hosted by the Coldharts, aka founders Katie Hartman and Nick Ryan, known…
Notes the late August Wilson scrawled at places such as St. Paul's W.A. Frost restaurant have found a home at the University of Pittsburgh.The university's…
10 A.M. MONDAY Circus Juventas’ “A Hygge Holiday,” Dec. 5-13 in St. Paul. $30-$40. ticketworks.com.
‘Drive-In Forward’ Saturday: Ballet Co.Laboratory brings ballet into the parking lot for its annual fundraiser. The 1950s-themed affair will showcase solos developed collaboratively by the…
Virtual productions will feature a number of well-known Twin Cities actors.
A portrait show at the Weisman examines democracy and youth.
With the state funding, the Playwrights' Center will more than double its footprint.
Review: The shadow play "Bug Girl" offers two kinds of shivers.
MIA reinstalls its South and SE. Asian galleries, casting a bold new light on Asian art.
The Peterson Family The pandemic won’t prevent Minnesota’s first family of jazz from staging a fundraiser for their Scholarship in Jazz Studies. Recorded last week…
Meet the Minnesota Opera's new V.P. of impact, Lee Bynum.
A creepy, witty shadow-puppet play will be performed on the roof of the Bakken.
Author says her book reveals the "bones" underlying our nation's divisions.
A few years ago, a Nigerian-born playwright came to a talk that I gave at the British Library in London. She was intrigued by the…
This weekend's virtual entertainment: The Jayhawks, U's School of Music and flamenco dancers in quarantine
The Jayhawks Friday: With their cross-country tour plans behind this summer’s well-received 11th studio album “XOXO” indefinitely on hold, Minnesota’s jangly Americana pop-rockers have devised…
SooVAC gallery reopens with three new exhibitions about the Black experience, masculinity and abstraction
The Minneapolis gallery requires masks and is open at reduced capacity and hours.