A new exhibition examines not just gay marriage, but the relationships that inspire them.
Archives for May 2010
The hounds hunt down artists provoked by the mysteries of science, theater performers who transform Shakespeare’s sonnets, and the rowdy, eccentric cowboy who inspired David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust.
Dean Ebben explores the nature of our personal journeys with pretty much anything he can get his hands on.
This weekend offers lots of dance, theater for kids and adults, an art festival and a puppetry show starring a certain male organ.
The Guthrie’s new season features a world premiere, plays by Shaw and Shakespeare, and a new version of “A Christmas Carol.”
A group of playwrights of color are challenging themselves to write new work, and get audience feedback, in a monthly series called “Madness.”
The Gallery of Wood Art invited woodturners around the world to create imaginative teapots, and the results may convert even the strictest of coffee drinkers.
Today is International Museum Day, and many museums are offering free admission in celebration.
A new theater company hopes to raise money for its first official season by performing Shakespeare’s Sonnets… all 154 of them.
The Jayhawks’ self-titled debut album is being re-released today by Lost Highway Records.