What: “Becoming a Man in 127 EASY Steps” by Scott Turner Schofield Where: The Ritz Theater, 343 13th Ave. NE, Minneapolis When: 7:30 p.m., Friday through Satruday Cost: $12 for students, $15 for adults Like any good storyteller, Scott Turner Schofield knows a future-anecdote when he sees one. Years ago, Schofield quit waitressing to perform solo shows full time. He identified as a “she” in those days — as “Kt” Kilborn, a lesbian woman.
Thursday “2012: The Musical” In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre, 1500 East Lake St. 7:30 p.m. $15 dollars
What: Demande Ã ton ombre (Ask Your Shadow) Where: St. Anthony Main Theatre, 115 Main St. SE When: 4:30 p.m., Wednesday Cost: $5-9, tickets available through the Minneapolis St. Paul Film Society Last January, Lamine Ammar-Khodja returned to Algeria after spending eight years in France to find his homeland’s capital caught in waves of protest inspired by the Arab Spring.
What: Katelyn Farstad’s “Mouthbreather” exhibit When: Nov. 3 - Feb. 2 Where: Midway Contemporary Art, 527 Second Ave. SE, Minneapolis Art is one of those Wittgenstein things. Most people think they can tell art when they see it, but nobody can come up with a decent set of criteria for what art actually is.
What: “Loose Ends” Where: Rarig Center, Kilburn Arena Theatre, 330 S. 21st Ave., Minneapolis When: 7:30 p.m., Friday Cost: Free, limited seating
What: “Under My Skin: Asian American Student Stories” When: 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday Where: Nolte Xperimental Theatre West Bank, Rarig Center, 330 S. 21st Ave., Minneapolis Cost: Free, limited seating
It’s been quite a year for zombie games. While zombies as subject matter are far from fresh, the theme has seen something of a resurrection in 2012. The conversation starts with “DayZ,” perhaps the most fertile discussion piece that gaming has offered up this year.
TONIGHT Led Zeppelin’s Not-Reunion Tour AMC Rosedale, 850 Rosedale Center 7:30 p.m. Sold out
But for a few relatively small projects — “Slender;” 2010’s wildly successful “Amnesia: the Dark Descent” — few games billing themselves as horror actually managed to scare anyone. Many agree that gaming’s “survival-horror” genre has lost its panache, but Lunar Software, a U.K. game studio made up of three or four developers, is stepping into the horror game arena with “Routine,” a first-person sci-fi adventure.
What: “The Complete Works of William Shatner (abridged)” Where: Bryant Lake Bowl, W. 810 Lake St., Minneapolis When: 7 p.m.,Oct. 19, 26, 27 Cost: $12 in advance or with Fringe button, $15 at the door William Shatner’s “work equals work” showbiz philosophy has seen his persona slide through the decades from classically trained actor to career-locked space captain to supernatural travel agency representative.
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