Weekend outlook: haunted


Walk this way for a ghost filled tour…

Dark, dank, and filled with dramatic history… there’s nothing like the underbelly of a theater to get you to believe in ghosts. Music Box Theatre presents “The Haunted Theater,” billed as a haunted house tour/theater performance. Performances run 30 minutes. Check out the creepy video trailer on their website for a taste of what to expect.

Looking for a different type of haunting? Mixed Blood Theatre presents The House of the Spirits/La Casa de los Espíritus, based on the novel by Isabel Allende. This production continues Mixed Blood’s tradition of presenting bilingual shows, and is directed by the Guthrie Theater’s Marcela Lorca.

This weekend is perfect for art lovers who enjoy gallery-hopping on opening nights. Tonight Groveland Gallery presents two exhibitions by Meg Ojala and Carol Lee Chase, while Gallery13 presents “Perishable Realities.” On Saturday, Stevens Square Center for the Arts presents “Off Center,” its annual member exhibition.

Pillsbury House Theatre presents the latest installment of its “Non-English Speaking Spoken Here” performance series, featuring New York slam poet Ainsley Burrows, local hip-hop legend Truthmaze, and performer Signe Harriday.

In the mood to move? The Ted Mann Concert Hall presents Zollar: Uncensored, a retrospective of sorts of the compelling choreography of Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, the founder of Urban Bush Women.

And finally it’s the last weekend to see the sketch comedy/biography/tribute to the founder of Brave New Workshop, Dudley: Rigged for Laughter at the History Theatre in St. Paul

So what are you doing this weekend?

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