Weekend outlook: Horrors


Randy Reyes stars as the down-and-out florist Seymour Krelbourn and Sheena Janson portrays the famous man-eating plant, Audrey II in Mu Performing Arts production of “Little Shop of Horrors.”

Mu Performing Arts presents the musical Little Shop of Horrors, starring an all Asian-American cast. Why, you ask? Because otherwise these talented actors would never get the chance to take on these juicy, memorable roles. The show opens March 19 at The Ritz Theater in Minneapolis and features a steampunk inspired set and costumes.

Cross a rock musical with romantic poetry and what do you get? The Age of Wordsworth, by Four Humors Theater. With performances this weekend and next at Southern Theater, The Age of Wordsworth sets the writings of Wordsworth, Mary Shelley and Percy Shelley to electric guitar. Rock on!

How do women see the world? Find out at the Mpls Photo Center which presents “Woman as Photographer,” a show of photographs by women from 14 different countries. The show runs through April 17, and features a panel discussion tonight from 7 – 9pm.

The film retrospective of Julian Schnabel continues this weekend at the Walker, with screenings of Berlin and Miral, as well as a conversation with the director himself on Saturday night, in which it’s expected he’ll discuss the relationship between his films and his paintings.

So what are you up to this weekend?

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