ALSO: Playwrights’ Center names core writers and McKnight winners; “Racism: In the Face of Hate We Resist” (63 quilts) is on display at the Textile Center; and more.
ALSO: Theatre Elision, Artistry announce 2020-21 seasons; “Merges in March” at the Cowles; and more.
ALSO: Jewish Humor Festival at Sabes JCC; Schubert Karaoke at the Black Dog; and more.
ALSO: “Footloose” at Artistry; the AACM’s Great Black Music Ensemble at the Cedar; and more.
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: “Stewardess” at the History Theatre; celebrations and tributes to Willie Murphy; and more.
ALSO: Wintertide 2019 at Public Functionary; “She Loves Me” to open at Artistry; and more.
ALSO: “King David” at Plymouth Congregational; Gabriel Kahane at the Parkway; and more.
ALSO: Jazz at the Jungle: “Hot Rhythm and Happy Feet”; “Awake and Sing!” at Artistry; and more.
ALSO: “Trojan Women” at Urban Growler; Ariel Lawhon at Golden Valley Library for Club Book; Dog Day 2018 at the California Building; and more.
ALSO: SPCO performs Haydn’s “Seven Last Words of Christ” at the Ordway; Shapiro & Smith Dance: “Later that night” at the Cowles, and more.
ALSO: New book celebrates Minnesota’s historic black community; “21 Extremely Bad Breakups” at the Red Eye; and more.
ALSO: Saint Paul Winter Carnival; Twin Cities Winter Jazz Festival at Crooners; Curt Brown’s “Minnesota, 1918” launch at the History Center; and more.
ALSO: Artistry wins human rights award; “Christmas With Cantus” at St. Bartholomew Catholic Church; “Annie” at the Ordway; Dosh & Friends at the Cedar; and more.
ALSO: The 12th Annual FLOW Northside Arts Crawl; “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” at Artistry; and more.
ALSO: “Wit” at Artistry; “Tender Mercies” at Open Eye Figure Theatre; author Yaa Gyasi at Club Book; and more.
ALSO: AIDS Memorial Quilt at the Capitol; soprano Miah Persson and pianist Malcolm Martineau at the Ordway; National Theatre’s “Hedda Gabler” on film; and more.
ALSO: The Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society at James J. Hill Center; Club Book: Kao Kalia Lang at Rum River Library; and more.
ALSO: Heather Masse at Landmark Center; “The Baker’s Wife” at Artistry; “Test Pilot: A Dance Opera.” at O’Shaughnessy; and more.