Hautman brothers’ duck-stamp paintings on display; a Lesley Nneka Arimah reading; SPCO season opener; the American Pottery Festival; and more.
ALSO: Source Song Festival Preview Night; Circus Juventas, U Libraries honored; “The Cow (Gaav)” at the Walker; and more.
ALSO: Music for Merce: A Two-Night Celebration at the Walker; “Phenomenal Women: A Concert of Music Written by Women for Women”; and more.
INCLUDING: “Black Nativity”; “A Christmas Carol”; “Messiah”; “Jingle Bell Doc”; The New Standards Holiday Show; and seven more.
ALSO: TU Dance Fall Concert at the O’Shaughnessy; Chris Bates’ Good Vibes Trio at Studio Z; Margaret Hasse book launch; and more.
ALSO: National Lutheran Choir All Saints Concert: “All Shall Be Well”; James Sewell Ballet at the O’Shaughnessy; Charlie Quimby at Common Good Books; 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: “Sense and Sensibility” coming up at the Guthrie; “Cinema of Urgency: Local Voices” at the Walker; and more.
ALSO: 18th Annual American Pottery Festival at Northern Clay; F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Letters to His Daughter at Common Good Books; and more.
ALSO: Cinema Lounge at Bryant-Lake Bowl; Grand Re-Opening Celebration at the Black Dog; Southern offers jazz dance and new music; and more.
ALSO: Meredith Monk at the Walker and O’Shaughnessy; “The Glass Menagerie” at Macalester; “Lady in the Dark” at Ted Mann; and more.
ALSO: “Women of Will” at the O’Shaughnessy; Westminster Town Hall Forum to feature Jim Wallis; and more.
ALSO: “The Night Alive” at the Jungle; “Doubt” at The Lab; TU Dance at the O’Shaughnessy; and more.
ALSO: “B. Madonna” featuring Maureen Fleming at the O’Shaughnessy; “Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune” to open at Theatre Garage; and more.
ALSO: VocalEssence Presents “Dreams of the Fallen” at O’Shaughnessy; SYBARITE5 at Bedlam Lowertown; Curated Style runway show at MOA; and more.
ALSO: NEMAA 16th Annual Fall Fine Arts Show; “All My Sons” at Artistry; and more.
Karla Grotting hopes that “Lost Voices” will gain attention and momentum for jazz dance as an art form.
ALSO: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue at the Cabooze plaza; “Exhibition on Screen” at local theaters; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Orchestra has a strong September; Sweet Honey in the Rock at the O’Shaughnessy; “Rosas danst Rosas” at the Walker; and more.
ALSO: Amy Tan to read in Minneapolis; ‘Potted Potter’ coming to O’Shaughnessy; at the Dakota: Roy Hargrove Quintet; and more.