The hounds hunt down an eerie portrait of a mentally ill Irish evangelist, a meditation on the natural world that’s informed by Alaskan Native culture, and a performance piece about being young, black and an unintended father.
This week, a charismatic pan-African performer, a visionary photographer of Native Americans, and a festival dedicated to Norway’s most celebrated playwright.
The Ordway Center for the Performing Arts has announced the 2012 Sally Ordway Irvine Awards honoring special achievement by Minnesota artists.
This week, the golden age of American jazz as interpreted by a German orchestra, a gut busting Minneapolis comic, and a Russian fairy tale comes ferociously alive in a Minnesota forest.
The Executive Director says she’s ready to try something new, and wants to make the break while the Festival is in good health.
MN Original and Twin Cities Public Television are heralding the start of spring with a program that captures one of the glories of summer.
The Art Hounds are here this week to whet your appetite with a puppet production that will make you think, an exhibit that showcases inventive printmakers, and a vocal group specializing in ancient harmonies.
This week’s hounds are truly hypnotic as they delve into a children’s play about the courageous struggles of baseball pioneer Jackie Robinson, a Mankato painter who’s mastered his own brand of abstract expressionism, and a strictly rock band from Minneapolis that will warm your winter ravaged body.
A theater saturated segment from the hounds this week, who are following an earthy Passion play, a drama about keeping secrets in an upper crust California family, and a play that bends your perception of reality.
Hedin, the founding director of the Anderson Center in Red Wing, will be honored at this year’s Minnesota Book Awards for his contributions to Minnesota’s literary community.