Viewers react to Jodi Reeb-Myers painting “At the Horizon.”
Archives for May 2012
This week’s hounds direct us to a Minneapolis/Brooklyn photographer who develops his own pictures, a 20th century French composer as interpreted by the SPCO, and a play about dysfunctional, impulsive southern passion.
When Malamanya takes the stage, the show is a celebration — whether vocalist Adriana Rimpel sings of love or heartbreak.
Will add job to duties with Minnesota Opera
Adds show by Pillsbury House, and Lisa Peterson to direct “Clybourne Park.”
Second Common Chords program aims to build connections.
The jazz tradition lives through Debbie Duncan, an impeccable singer who embraces her repertoire of show tunes and standards, and spontaneously remakes them.
We asked people if knowing a play’s author or director was a woman or a person of color would change the likelihood of their buying a ticket. Here’s how they responded.
A navy battle board game comes to life on the big screen, and so does a fictitious farcical tyrant.
The third annual Hmong film festival screens this weekend at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul.