– Sheila Regan, City Pages
For “On the Cusp,” Anne Davey (Memphis, Tennessee), Barbara Kreft (a German-born artist living in Minneapolis), and Ruth Piper (Bristol, England) each have divergent styles, but in all of their work, a kind of emotion is stirred through their adept use of space, pattern, and texture.
The Minnesota Center for Book Arts rolls out a new exhibit featuring work from the four recipients of the “MCBA/Jerome Book Arts Fellowship Series X.”
– Erica Tasto, Pioneer Press
That’s a lot of bananas. Using fruit stickers, three local artists have created unusual art that will be on display at Mississippi Market on West Seventh through Dec. 14.
– Coco Mault, City Pages
For the past six years, Rosalux Gallery has been making it a little easier for artists to get their foot in the door to a prestigious gallery show.
– Mary Ann Grossmann, Pioneer Press
Book uncovers little-known story of son Louis Hill
Brothers examine myths about twins in a new BodyCartography work.
By Sheila Regan, TC Daily Planet
Symptom confused me. I loved it, but it confused me. And then when I went home and read the program, and then read the other program, I was confused even more (yes, there are two programs).
– Rob Hubbard , Pioneer Press
No matter what the western winds bring in today in the way of weather, you can be assured that you’ll find far sweeter winds inside St. Paul’s Ordway Center tonight. That’s because the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra is performing three works with wonderful parts for the wind instruments. If the performance is on a par with Friday night’s, you’ll find yourself pleasantly wind-whipped.
– Britt Robson, MinnPost.com
At the close of the same week as the recent sex trafficking indictments were handed down, a long-planned benefit concert to help combat human sex trafficking [took] place at the Fallout Arts Initiative Co-op in Minneapolis.
– Sheila Regan, TC Daily Planet
Just in case you were wondering, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra are not actually from Russia.
Dwight Hobbes, TC Daily Planet
Iconic spoken word performer e.g. bailey emerged in the late 90s, knocking around here, getting his presence felt there, and made a strong impression as part of the performing ensemble Sirius B when they made their 1996 Illusion Theater debut with Monday Morning Body Count, a spotty but compelling work commenting on the rate of homicide among black men.
– Andrea Richards, TC Daily Planet
Fun and creative are not the first words that come to mind regarding homelessness, but the zAmya Theater Project has successfully combined the arts with the issue.
– David Hawley, MinnPost.com
Keeping it fresh is one of the challenges a cast faces during the run of a show, but some shows are more challenging than others. This is especially true of “The 39 Steps,” the madcap riff on Alfred Hitchcock’s movie spy thriller that is rollicking nightly at the Guthrie Theater.
– Jay Gabler, TC Daily Planet
The greatest compliment I can pay The 39 Steps is to say that at no other production on the Guthrie Theater’s McGuire Proscenium Stage have I felt such a reasonable chance of running into the cast having a beer at Grumpy’s after the show.
– Lisa Peterson-de la Cueva, TC Daily Planet
For Dr. Ellen Kennedy, Executive Director of World Without Genocide, the House of the Spirits was a perfect opportunity to educate the public about human rights abuses in Latin American.
Walking Shadow’s “The Crowd You’re In With” explores the child choice
– Rebecca Collins, TC Daily Planet
If you’re on the fence about having kids, going to see this production could be therapeutic–the characters take turns voicing the various questions and concerns that might run through anyone’s head as they try to make this major life decision.
The Church Basement Ladies are already celebrating the holidays with an appealing musical.
– Ed Huyck, City Pages
The Twin Cities latest theater company began on a long trip to the Iron Range.
– David Hawley, MinnPost.com
Perhaps you’re not aware that Minnesota has its own showbiz “Walk of Fame.”