ALSO: Zeitgeist Plays 113 at Studio Z; “Caught” at Guthrie’s Dowling Studio; and more.
ALSO: Garden tours at the Bakken Museum; National Tap Dance Day at Como Lakeside Pavilion; and more.
ALSO: Art4Shelter at the Machine Shop; Lizz Wright at the Dakota; St. Paul’s Music in the Parks kicks off; and more.
There’s a growing appetite for performances that don’t happen in the same places in the same ways.
In playwright Ken LaZebnik’s words, “Autonomy” is “like an environmental, agitprop Brechtian piece. There’s a lot of humor in it.”
ALSO: a composer/choreographer meet-up; MP3 MIXTAPE Part III at the Cowles; the 2019 Spring Craft’za; and more.
ALSO: My Brightest Diamond with Tunde Olaniran at the Cedar; “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote”; 4th Annual Lit Crawl.
ALSO: Author Charles C. Mann at Club Book; “Her Smell” screening at the Trylon; Black Label Movement’s “Teamwork 2.0”; and more.
ALSO: Pen Pals season announced; Matilda the Musical, St. Paul Cinco de Mayo celebration; and more.
ALSO: Taste of Iceland; Jennifer Koh Plays Bernstein’s Serenade; TU Dance 15th Anniversary Season Spring Performance; and more.
ALSO: Coen Brothers film fest; protest music at the Ordway; Cherríe Moraga at Hook & Ladder; and more.
ALSO: Louis Bayard presents “Courting Mr. Lincoln” at Magers & Quinn; Mathew Janczewski’s Arena Dances 3rd Annual Candy Box Dance Festival; and more.
ALSO: Open Mic Night Friday at TPT; Happy Apple at Crooners; and more.
The Loft’s star-studded Wordplay festival of readers, writers and books is just a little over two weeks away, with Stephen King leading the charge of famous authors.
ALSO: 6th Annual LunaFest at Riverview Theater; VocalEssence performs Bob Dylan in “The Times They Are A-Changin’ “; and more.
ALSO: University Organist Dean Billmeyer at Northrop; “Nureyev” at Edina Cinema; Lorna Landvik at Scott County Library; and more.
ALSO: Music in the Zoo lineup includes Taj Mahal Quartet and Rosanne Cash; Minneapolis Hitchcock Festival 2019 at the Riverview; and more.
Northrop’s 2019-20 season is the last to be programmed by Christine Tschida. Here is a Q&A with her about her choices — and memories.
ALSO: Mark Kingwell: “Boredom and the Interface” at the Walker Cinema; Second Annual Family Arts Blast at the Ordway; and more.
ALSO: Accordo with silent film at the Ordway; Liquid Music’s “Double Header: New Music & Dance Duos” at the Lab; and more.