ALSO: ‘Laramie Project’ to open; Books & Bars expands; Soledad O’Brien and Irvin Mayfield at Orchestra Hall; and more.
ALSO: Talk of the Stacks’ summer season, hoodies wanted, a STAX tribute, music for April Fools’ Day, and more.
ALSO: The SPCO performs a U.S. premiere; a Fringe favorite returns; a pair of CD releases; and more.
ALSO: Naplan leaving Minnesota Opera; Pat Donohue at the Fitz; MDT at the Cowles; and more.
ALSO: New Ojibwe online dictionary; Park Square’s new season; Houston Ballet at the Orpheum; and more.
ALSO: ‘Hay Fever’ opening at Guthrie; Flying Foot Forum at Cowles; Cirque du Soleil Michael Jackson show coming; and more.
Violinist Christian Tetzlaff will play for the Minnesota Orchestra, the SPCO and the Schubert Club this month.
ALSO: SPCO’s $50 rest-of-season pass; ‘Art(ists) on the Verge’ at Soap Factory; two pottery exhibitions; and more.
ALSO: ‘On the Spectrum’ a finalist in new-play awards; Festival of Artists coming up; Mni Sota exhibit — and more.
ALSO: ‘Seventh Seal’ at the Trylon; ‘Lucia’ to open; a saxophone choir; Harry Bellafonte coming to the Walker; and more.
‘Blind Date’ puts one man on the spot; Wednesday is Arts Advocacy Day; the Cowles Center is hopping — and more.
ALSO: ‘Lifelike’ messes with your mind; Jeremy Walker’s in town; Louie Anderson at BNW March 10 — and more.
ALSO: Community Supported Art, Lonnie Dupre’s ‘Life on Ice,’ a 3D seminar and a Leslie Jordan show.
If his name is new to you, think of the film “Atonement,” starring Keira Knightley and James McAvoy; that was Hampton’s adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novel.
Last-minute Valentine’s Day ideas; Cirque du Soleil coming to Duluth; ‘Monkey Mind Pirates’ at HOBT — and more.
Weekend Valentine-themed concerts; tour the Pantages; a 3D Film Fest; musicians applaud the FAA — and more.
ALSO: Di show is curated with care; scholars to discuss Walter Mosley; two ‘musts’ at the Walker; the international film festival is coming — and more.
ALSO: Star power at the Parkway; Bon Iver on SNL; a Joyce Sutphen reading; make your own chili bowl (and then eat chili!) — and more.
ALSO: ‘Nabucco’ to open 2012-13 opera season; sensory overload with Chemical Brothers; Royce loves ‘Ragtime’; rave-generating Accordo — and more.
“The Book of Mormon” comes to the Orpheum next February (that’s 2013), leaving plenty of time to organize protests and write letters to the editor.