ALSO: Red Bird Theatre presents Tony Kushner’s “A Bright Room Called Day”; Minneapolis Musical Theatre presents “Be More Chill”; Jonathan Capehart at Westminster; and more.
ALSO: Steve Kenny named Minnesota Jazz Hero for 2019; “12 Angry Men” Read by 12 Impassioned Women; and more.
ALSO: Two Met Opera audition winners have Twin Cities ties; American Craft Show at St. Paul’s RiverCentre; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Opera’s new commission connects with Hmong-American community.
ALSO: Dessa Live Concert Recording with the Minnesota Orchestra; Ballet Preljocaj at Northrop; and more.
ALSO: Third Thursday — Women Artists at Mia; “Così Fan Tutte” at Historic Mounds Theater; and more.
ALSO: Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide” at the Cowles; the 4th Annual Black & Funny Improv Fest; and more.
Here’s one small part of the scene at the Weinstein Hammons Gallery when a crowd squeezed into the opening reception for “I Know How Furiously Your Heart Is Beating.”
ALSO: David Hogg at Westminster Town Hall Forum; Cantus’ spring program, “When I Grow Up”; and more.
ALSO: Zenon Dance Company to close; Sun of Goldfinger at Icehouse; percussionist Colin Currie with Minnesota Orchestra; and more.
ALSO: “The Consul” at Ted Mann; Jonathan Biss plays Beethoven with the SPCO; and more.
ALSO: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at Northrop; Meet the Minnesota Book Awards finalists at the U; and more.
ALSO: Talk of the Stacks with Adam Makos; Benny Green and Veronica Swift at the Dakota; and more.
ALSO: Club Book: Alex Kotlowitz at Wentworth Library; Men in Music at Hopkins High School; and more.
ALSO: “Eggstravaganza” at the American Swedish Institute; Claudia Rankine and Will Rawls: “What Remains” at the Walker; and more.
The 2019-20 International Artist series will include superstar violinist Joshua Bell; British brother and sister Sheku Kanneh-Mason, cellist, and Isata Kanneh-Mason, pianist; soprano Angela Gheorghiu; and more.
ALSO: Christian Zacharias plays Mozart with SPCO; U of M School of Music’s Music for a Grand Space at the St. Paul Cathedral; and more.
ALSO: “From Behind the Sun” at Minneapolis Community and Technical College; “For the Love of Will” at the O’Shaughnessy; and more.
ALSO: “My Ántonia” at the Illusion Theater; opening reception for “The ABC of It: Why Children’s Books Matter” at the U of M; and more.
Also at TMORA: Downstairs in the lower gallery, “Surreal Promenade – Sergei Isupov” includes dozens of phantasmagoric, narrative and elaborately detailed porcelain sculptures, large and small.