Robyn Digital Dance Party and Drag Show
Ongoing: Tired of Zoom Zumba classes? Missing club nights? We can't think of a better way to go dancing by yourself than to two hours of tunes by Robyn, the Swedish goddess of song. In 2019, she turned St. Paul's Palace Theatre into a joyous party with her danceable Europop, infused with elements of Madonna, Abba and Prince. Here's hoping the Flip Phone DJs spin Robyn's "Dancing on My Own" from 2010 along with more recent faves like "Honey" and "Missing U." The party will include drag appearances from Sasha Cassadine and Neon Calypso. (9 p.m. Sat.; facebook.com/FlipPhone.)
'I'll Be Seeing You Again'
Ongoing: One of the benefits of theater going virtual in the past year is that it has allowed for a certain nimbleness. Without extensive sets, lighting and other aspects of in-person performance, theater artists can respond to what's happening in the world and quickly put a production together. In the Jungle Theater's latest audio drama in its Jungle Serial series, playwright JuCoby Johnson evokes the racial reckoning that Minneapolis experienced in May 2020 with "I'll Be Seeing You Again," about two friends who reconnect in the daylight hours during that intense moment. (On demand, $20; jungle theater.org/jungle-serial.)
Dakota Dave Hull
Ongoing: Dakota Dave Hull is Minnesota's marathon livestreamer. Since April 14, the fingerpicking guitar master has streamed 115 mini-concerts. That's three a week — Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays — though he missed two days, one in honor of the post-George Floyd "Blackout Tuesday" in June and another because of technical difficulties in October. Each performance features at least three tunes. Saturday is Guitar Day, on which the veteran picker and historian expounds on some guitar topic such as arranging tunes or taking care of your instrument. (10 a.m. Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays; facebook.com/dakotadavehull.)