Outwardly all sides say they are looking for a settlement, but with just days to go, it’s increasingly unclear there will be agreements by October 1.
Archives for September 2012
The Ivey Awards recognize both theater professionals at the top of their game and shows that captured audiences hearts.
Poet and author John Medeiros reads from his collection of poetry Tuesday night at Intermedia Arts as part of the quarterly Queer Voices series.
Both musicians and management of the Minnesota Orchestra and the SPCO are vying for public support.
Critics agree that while Frank Theatre gives the play a solid production, the topic is a challenging one for the stage.
Years after their heyday, Twin Cities funk and soul bands are getting their due.
Today and tomorrow archivists, librarians and theater professionals from around the country are gathering at the University of Minnesota to talk about the importance of archiving the work of theaters.
The hounds hunt down a fight to the death among some Twin Cities writers, a festival celebrating the art of trading in Hewitt and celestial bodies and circuit bent music in Duluth.
Best known for his short-short stories featuring young farm boys, Heynen’s first novel revolves around seventeen-year-old Alice Marie Krayenbraak, and her the struggles of her family to survive on their Iowa farm.
Critics’ descriptions of the show range from ‘exquisite jewel’ to ‘just clever when it should be profound.’