It’s Thursday, which means the weekend is nearly upon us. With that in mind, Jason Matheson shared a few of his picks for this weekend’s best entertainment bets.
At the end of his one-man show, Billy Crystal answered the question many may have been wondering — after being on Broadway, why bring the show only to Minneapolis?
Direct your attention to these one-person shows coming to Minnesota this fall.
Actor-comedian Billy Crystal is bringing his Tony Award-winning autobiographical show “700 Sundays” to Minneapolis this fall. Crystal will perform his one-man show Oct. 22-26 at the historic State Theatre.
Singer Sheryl Crow and the theatrical circus troupe Cirque du Soleil will perform at this year’s Macy’s Glamorama in Minneapolis. Crow is a nine-time Grammy winner who has sold more than 35 million records worldwide. Cirque du Soleil will showcase its Las Vegas productions at Macy’s Glamorama this year.
Award-winning actress Carol Burnett is coming to the historic State Theatre in May, officials announced Tuesday morning.
In a surprise last-minute announcement by the Hennepin Theatre Trust, comedian Dave Chappelle will perform at the State Theatre Thursday night.
It’s not often that a performer receives a standing ovation, just for gracing the stage — and during a make-up concert, no less. But when you have as much talent that Kristin Chenoweth does, it seems more than deserved.
It was nearly three years ago that Miss Kristin Chenoweth was in Minnesota. At the time, she was shooting a movie called, “Into Temptation,” and using every hour off the job to spend her earnings at the Mall of America.
Minnesota is home to a thriving cultural scene, not least of which is the opportunity to see the ballet regularly. Refer to this list of top picks and consider checking out your local ballet scene.
By presidential decree in 1914, the second Sunday in May is an official holiday celebrating mothers and their unique contribution to our lives. As part of celebrating Mother’s Day, many people search for just the right gift for the special lady in their lives.
Everything about “Million Dollar Quartet,” which opened Tuesday night at the State Theatre in Minneapolis, is slightly unbelievable.
Minneapolis, prepare your lungs. Florence and the Machine is coming to the State Theatre in April.
Nothing seems to excite Broadway audiences quite like seeing the thrill of seedy entertainments blown out to epic, spangled dimensions, which is something that the makers of this revival of La Cage Aux Folles seem to understand — and something that was ever so clear in its opening night Tuesday at Minneapolis’ State Theatre.
When it comes to holiday cheer, there’s no place quite like the music and merriment of seeing a festive show. Thankfully, in Minnesota, we’re given a wide array of options to stay warm inside a cozy theater, listening to the holiday music that’s a yearly must.