ALSO: “Agatha Christie’s Towards Zero” at Theatre in the Round; The Jeremy Walker/Clara Osowski Quartet at the Dakota; and more.
ALSO: “Odd Measures” at the Cedar; “A Christmas Carol” to open at the Guthrie; and more.
These extraordinary dance performances left vivid impressions, evoked strong emotional responses and surprised us in ways we’ll remember.
ALSO: “Songs to the Moon” at Open Eye Figure Theatre; “Wing Young Huie: What Do You See?” at Landmark Center; and more.
ALSO: Uprising Theatre Company’s “In a Stand of Dying Trees” to open; Ringing of the Bells on Veterans’ Day; and more.
ALSO: Concertmaster Erin Keefe is the soloist for Dvorâk’s Romance in F minor with the Minnesota Orchestra; “Journey’s End” at Gremlin Theatre; and more.
ALSO: Theater Mu’s “Fast Company” at the Guthrie; panel on Writing the YA Novel at Magers & Quinn; and more.
Ten Thousand Things has a way of making 400-year-old Elizabethan English understandable – not by changing it, but by changing us, the audience. Our ears open wider. Our imaginations start firing.
ALSO: “The Song of Summer” at Mixed Blood; Fall Open Studios in Northeast Minneapolis; an evening with Jonatha Brooke; and more.
ALSO: The Danish String Quartet at ASI; Minnesota Orchestra with violinist Leila Josefowicz; and more.
ALSO: Poetry Reading: Patrick Deeley at St. Thomas; Accordo at Westminster Hall; violist Nobuko Imai with Chamber Music Society; and more.
ALSO: Release party for Prince’s book “The Beautiful Ones”; “Macbeth” at the James J. Hill House; and more.
ALSO: Anat Gov’s “O My God!” at Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company; a Diva Cage Match; “For Sama” at the Walker; and more.
ALSO: “The Lost Brothers” launch; the 25th Annual Artability Art Show & Sale; James Sewell Ballet’s “Opera Moves” at the Cowles; and more.
ALSO: Author Ingrid Rojas Contreras at Club Book; Rooted: Special Edition at the Ordway; and more.
ALSO: “Motherlanded” at Dreamland Arts; novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie at Northrop; and more.
ALSO: The Hungarian Film and Cultural Festival to screen five films over two days; CNN’s Jim Sciutto at Westminster Town Hall Forum; and more.
ALSO: The 9th Annual 10,000 Laughs Comedy Festival; Richard Egarr Plays Bach with the SPCO; and more.
ALSO: Theater Latté Da’s “Chicago” extended for second time; “Zafira and the Resistance” at the Guthrie’s Dowling Studio; and more.
ALSO: Fred Hersch and Julian Lage at the Dakota; Mark Guiliana’s Beat Music at Icehouse; and more.