ALSO: 28th Annual Songs of Freedom – Bob Marley Remembered at the Cabooze; book launch for Anton Treuer at Minnesota History Center; and more.
ALSO: The 9th Annual 10,000 Laughs Comedy Festival; Richard Egarr Plays Bach with the SPCO; and more.
ALSO: Artist-Designed Mini-Golf at the Walker; Flowers of the Kurunci: Melding Dance, Poetry and Music at Mia; and more.
ALSO: University Organist Dean Billmeyer at Northrop; “Nureyev” at Edina Cinema; Lorna Landvik at Scott County Library; and more.
ALSO: Wing Young Huie: “Chinese-ness” at Open Book; The Moving Company: “The 4 Seasons” at the Lab; and more.
ALSO: Pen Pals with Timothy Egan in Hopkins; A Celebration of and by T. Mychael Rambo coming up at the Dakota; and more.
ALSO: Roderick Cox wins Solti Conducting Award; Bill Carrothers at Crooners; Ten Thousand Things presents “The Good Person of Szechwan”; and more.
ALSO: Young People’s Lit Panel at the Northrop; Writers Go to the Movies; net neutrality talk at the U; and more.
ALSO: Taiko Tuesday at the North Garden Theater; book launch for Alison McGhee’s “Never Coming Back”; the 10,000 Laughs Comedy Festival; and more.
ALSO: Musical to be performed at the Electric Fetus; Clint Hoover & Papa John Kolstad at Minnesota Music Café; Lowertown Funk & Blues Festival in St. Paul; and more.
Also: An F. Scott Fitzgerald conference is coming to St. Paul; Dublin poet Katie Donovan interview and reading; an immigration discussion at Open Book; and more.
ALSO: Motionpoems Season 7 Premiere at the Walker; a Marcus Samuelsson talk at ASI; and more.
ALSO: Heather Masse at Landmark Center; “The Baker’s Wife” at Artistry; “Test Pilot: A Dance Opera.” at O’Shaughnessy; and more.
ALSO: Beatrice Ojakangas Book Launch at ASI; Stanislaw Skrowaczewski to conduct Bruckner’s Eighth at Orchestra Hall; “King of Jazz” at the Heights; and more.
ALSO: New curator at Mia; The Singers announce season; a “Prince Remembered” podcast; LUNAFEST Women’s Film Festival; and more.
ALSO: Upcoming Talk of the Stacks events announced; Mia’s going green for St. Patrick’s Day; Meet the Minnesota Book Awards Finalists at Open Book; and more.
ALSO: “Caffeinated Bach” at MacPhail; Zenon’s season begins; Connie Evingson at the Jungle; and more.
ALSO: SPCO musicians sign 2-year contract early; “Lyric” at the Southern; lion expert Craig Packer at Coffman Union; and more.
“Good Night, Mr. Wodehouse” follows schoolteacher Nell Stillman for six decades, during which Sullivan afflicts her with a variety of horrors.
ALSO: First Thursday in northeast Minneapolis; Stephen Paulus album coming out Sept. 11; Franzen to launch Talking Volumes season; and more.