What you could do this weekend:

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Steve Epp stars in “This House Can’t Stand” at the Southern Theater.

It’s a great weekend to see theater, dance and art, so take advantage of it!

Steven Epp and Dominique Serrand of the former “Theatre de la Jeune Lune” are back with a new performance. It’s a one-woman show starring… Steven Epp. “The House Can’t Stand” runs tonight through Sunday at the Southern Theater in Minneapolis.

James Sewell Ballet presents its latest work, including one piece performed to the music of Bad Plus. The evening includes work by choreographers Linda Shapiro (of Shapiro and Smith) and Penelope Freeh. Performances run this weekend only at the O’Shaughnessy Auditorium.

The Bell Museum presents “Hungry Planet,” an exhibition based on the book by the same name, which documents the eating habits of families around the world. In addition to the images, the exhibition follows how food makes its way from field to table. The opening reception (tonight) features snacks from around the globe.

The inimitable Kevin Kling is back with a new production, performed by Interact Theater of Minneapolis, and Tutti Ensemble from Southern Australia. Northern Lights/Southern Cross: Tales from the Other Side of the World, is an epic tale that starts the moment Kling almost died in a motorcycle crash. The production runs through November 8 at the Guthrie Theater.

Groveland Gallery hosts a reception for its newest exhibition tomorrow night from 5-8pm. In the main gallery you can find the paintings of Rod Massey, who captures Minneapolis neighborhoods with a loving and bittersweet touch. In the annex, Dani Roach displays her hyper-realist landscapes.

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