The Addams Family will be making a stop in St. Paul as part of its five city national tour in 2011.
Archives for April 2010
Allergies have forced the classical vocalist to cancel two performances with the SPCO.
Composer Eric Whitacre had hundreds of singers perform into the webcams on their computers, and then edited them together to create a “virtual choir.”
The Walker Art Center says it’s putting the series “on hiatus” to make way for other summer programming.
A performance artist who contemplates the intersection of Native American and mainstream culture, a parade of puppets celebrating the sun’s return and songs about the struggle of being young and Hmong in America are all on the hounds’ ‘must see’ list this week.
A new play at Penumbra Theatre looks at the world through the eyes of two elderly black men.
Flowers, poetry, parades, plays about happiness and falling in love – yep, it’s spring alright.
Birds are singing, flowers are blooming… all around there are signs of spring.
Brock Davis challenged himself to make a new work of art every day for a year. In the process he learned a lot about creativity, and himself.
Todd Boss’ deft use of internal rhymes in his debut collection is gaining him national attention.