The Guthrie production looks at the core of human nature when submitted to extreme circumstances.
Archives for February 2012
Whiteout conditions and heavy snowfall in many parts of Minnesota has taken a toll on what is normally a jam-packed event at the State Capitol.
While critics had their quibbles, in the end they all agreed that this production, at its heart, was a ‘beautiful thing.’
This Thursday night the University of Minnesota School of Music commemorates the 50th anniversary of Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem.
Critics unanimously endorse this play, calling it timely, important, and simultaneously hilarious and tragic.
Season includes range of Broadway musicals, world music and dance,
An update on a $1 million dollar creative place-making project that’s accompanying light rail construction.
‘The Artist’ won the Oscar for Best Film, becoming the first silent film to triumph at Hollywood’s highest honors since the original Oscar ceremony 83 years ago.
The founder and long-time editor-in-chief of Coffee House Press will be honored for his dedication to fostering books and reading at this year’s Minnesota Book Awards.
The Walker’s latest exhibition presents the viewer with a series of glorious fakes.