Weekend outlook: all hands on board


Peter Vitale and Michael Pearce Donley star in Park Square Theatre’s “Two Pianos, Four Hands”

There’s much to do this weekend, both holiday related and not…check out my post on holiday offerings in December to get your Christmas and Hannukah fill, and keep reading here for other options…

Park Square Theatre presents 2 Pianos 4 Hands; Ted and Richard are piano whiz kids with stars in their eyes. Working toward their dream, they begin to realize the difference between “very good” and “great.” Two very talented men fill the stage with everyone from pushy parents to eccentric teachers while playing everything from Bach to Jerry Lee Lewis.

U of M dance students explore the choreography of black women in “Continuously Rich: Dance Revolutions 2010” at the Southern Theater. Featuring works by Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, Nora Chipaumire and Makeda Thomas.

Join Mila Vocal Ensemble for an evening of traditional holiday music, featuring the powerful harmonics of a variety of Eastern European countries.

Music, performance art, choreography, and video combine to form Purest Spiritual Pigs’ The Swine Show at Bryant Lake Bowl. Artists include: Cody Bourdot, Jaime Carrera, Alicia Dvorak, Sarah Gordon, Natasha Hassett, Tyler Jensen, Jeffry Lusiak, Raymond Rea, Heather Spear, and Helena Thompson.

MCAD presents the Twin Cities Dance Film Retrospective, an intimate look at the history of dance film in the Twin Cites and features a variety of works created by local pioneers in the field. A pre-screening artist talk will be hosted by arts journalist and dance critic, Lightsey Darst, on December 11 at 6:30 p.m.

So what are you doing this weekend?

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