This installment is not for the timid or faint hearted. The hounds have their sights on a play about a haunted vaudeville theater, the most powerful vampire who ever lay in a coffin, and a series of performances that will terrify as much as humor you.
Archives for October 2012
The modern jazz group Atlantis Quartet performs tonight at the Dakota Jazz Club, exploring new music or an upcoming album.
Singer Kurt Elling performs tonight at the Dakota Jazz Club.
Guitarist Todd Clouser, whose work fuses modern jazz, rock and funk, performs tonight at the Red Stag in Minneapolis, followed by a show Tuesday at the Amsterdam in St. Paul and another Wednesday at Café Maude in south Minneapolis.
Sun Mee Chomet and Katie Hae Leo are finding that their experiences as Korean American adoptees are resonating with far larger an audience than they ever imagined.
Drummers Dave King, Babatunde Lea bring multi-textured rhythms to shows this weekend.
A group of community artists are working to create a more welcoming, nurturing environment for hospital patients.
An interesting thread organically emerged in this week’s installment. All the hounds’ submissions are connected by a cult theme; a cultish musician, cults as phenomenons, and the cult of Minnesota’s personality.
This year Shapiro and Smith Dance, Uri Sands and Wynn Fricke were all recognized for creating outstanding choreography.
Born in Mexico and raised in Roseville, Downs writes music that touches on the plight of farm workers, people crossing the border, and the drug cartels that plague Mexico.