From the real (dead and plasticized) human bodies of BodyWorlds to the upcoming sunken treasures of the Titanic, the special exhibits at the Science Museum of Minnesota in downtown St.
Jazz virtuoso James Carter went from one instrument to another Tuesday as casually as you or I might choose socks from a drawer.
After several years of living in the Twin Cities, a professional theatergoer has had her fill of the perennial holiday productions: whirling choruses of chirping elves; sugar plum fairies who tote shopping bags; a musty moral to every story in which
The Walker Art Center’s two-night run of “The Making of Americans” is one of the most highly anticipated performance events to come along in a while: A mishmash of contemporary opera, avant-garde theater and multimedia installation, this weekend’s world premiere promises plentiful visual as well as aural pleasures. The chamber opera takes its cue from […]
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