Here’s a look at the arts stories making headlines this morning…
How the real stories behind Pink Floyd’s iconic album differ from the versions baked up by longtime fans.
There are performances to enjoy in Park Square’s new show, but the totality of this quilted drama is less than its parts.
Moments of lyricism and opacity mark the premiere of “House of Spirits” at Mixed Blood.
In “The Woyzeck Project,” a young troupe aggressively explores the bizarre world of a soldier who snaps under pressure.
In a partnership with the Public Theater, the local troupe’s artistic leader will direct “Measure for Measure.”
In a sendup that’s pure camp, Minneapolis Musical Theatre adds tunes to terror.
The choral group broke from the usual, performing works by Fauré, Stravinsky.
In an amalgam of music and dance, Urban Bush Women brought a powerful, controversial piece to life.
Review: Ballet of the Dolls sends up a classic tale of jealousy with “Whatever Happened to … Swan Lake?”
– Renee Valois, Pioneer Press
“The House of the Spirits” is a potent production creating stronger horror in this Halloween season than a bloody zombie movie — because it lays bare the heinous, unspeakable atrocities of real life.