ALSO: A live reading of “The Chanukkah Guest”; The Singers’ “What Sweeter Music”; Border CrosSing’s “El Mesías”; and more.
ALSO: Twin Cities Jazz Festival’s “A Copasetic Christmas Carol”; the National Lutheran Choir’s virtual Christmas concert; and more.
ALSO: MNspin adds more albums; how to help the arts, right now; John Lennon Tribute featuring Curtiss A streaming from First Avenue; and more.
ALSO: Arab Film Festival Collab; the Bad Plus streaming; French music from Louis XIV and XV eras; and more.
ALSO: readings from three poets; new dance from Walker and Northrop; The Betty Crocker Musical; and more.
If you thought COVID would put a stop to the Great Northern, the Twin Cities’ winter celebration, think again.
ALSO: Minnesota author Jonathan Slaght in the national spotlight; Foot in the Door 5 at Mia; a conversation with Charles Baxter; and more.
Artscape will go on break next week and return on Tuesday, Dec. 1. We’ll leave you with a handful of ways to experience our local arts scene.
ALSO: a conversation with Carolyn Mazloomi and Dorothy Burge; National Book Awards online; Thunder Band at the Cedar; and more.
In March of this year, when COVID hit, Minnesota Opera canceled the rest of its 2019-20 season, then returned in August with a mostly digital Fall 2020. It began with a program at CHS Field and continues this weekend with 2016’s “Das Rheingold.”
Plus: Jeopardy! behind the scenes; finding realness in our digital lives; Eric Utne’s memoir; and more.
Also: catching up with Sheila Smith, executive director of Minnesota Citizens for the Arts.
ALSO: Panel discussion “Art vs. the Artist: Wagner’s Das Rheingold”; celebration of “The Best American Short Stories 2020”; and more.
Nilsson will launch his latest book, “Fäviken: 4015 Days, Beginning to End,” on Saturday (Nov. 7) at 11 a.m. during a special online talk presented by the American Swedish Institute.
ALSO: On the Children’s Theatre website: “Last Stop on Market Street”; Eddie Glaude Jr. on “James Baldwin’s Lessons on Race in America” at a virtual Westminster Town Hall Forum; and more.
ALSO: Gingerbread Wonderland at Norway House; Ragamala Dance Company and Northrop present “Foods for the Souls: Food Rituals in the Diaspora”; and more.
ALSO: The Moving Company’s “Liberty Falls 2020”; Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra’s “The Mahler Project”; and more.
ALSO: Schubert Club moves more events online, postpones others; Amreeka: Election Night Comedy Special online; and more.