On Sunday, Oct. 28, musician-composers Nels Cline and Ryland Angel premiered their project "The Call" at Ted Mann Concert Hall.
“Noises Off,” which performed this week at Guthrie Theater, is not an average play – it is a play within a play. The acclaimed 1982 comedy, written by Michael Frayn, comments on how the drama of putting together a theater production can sometimes be funnier than the performance itself.
When Liz Howls was a child in Iowa, her father brought home a refrigerator box and cut a hole in it. Just like that, the young Howls had her first puppet theater. She loved putting on productions for her parents in their living room, using the cloth puppets her mother already had from her job as a children’s librarian.
Why go through the hassle of finding a costume when you can sit and enjoy an entertaining Halloween evening? The Twin Cities has vintage horror movie screenings and spooky theater events that you won’t want to miss this week.
Lamia Abukhadra is many things: smart, savvy, creative and politically aware. She is one of few Palestinian-American artists in Minneapolis — something that gives her pride and has helped shape her identity.
Stroll through the Minnesota Zoo – which has been transformed into an enchanted forest – and see over 5,000 illuminated, carved pumpkins of all shapes and sizes. This is the perfect event to ease you into a weekend full of Halloween festivity.
MØ’s recent release “Forever Neverland” is a ride: sometimes bumpy and other times smooth.
When you're an apparel design student, every day requires costuming. These are the people we look to for fashion inspiration, after all. Oct. 31, however, is special. Chances are, you won't find a pre-packaged costume in McNeal Hall, as students often use the holiday to show off niche skills.
“Goethe in the Skyways" is a year-long program devoted to spreading German art and culture while inspiring community engagement.
Eating free peanuts and throwing their shells on the floor, sipping a soda and stepping outside to smoke a joint before the main music act began. That’s how Steve Fingerett remembers the Whole in the early '70s.