There aren’t enough hours in the day to check out every noteworthy art event in the Twin Cities. Here’s a quick guide to our can’t-miss arts picks for February.
Well, it’s that time of year again — time to look back on the year that was and reflect on what we’ve learned, the new places we’ve enjoyed and the events that made up 2011.
The Penumbra Theatre in St. Paul announced they are cancelling two productions scheduled for next spring due to budget cuts.
The newly rechristened Loring Theater in Minneapolis has canceled some shows and relocated others but remains open.
The Minnesota Theater Alliance is trying to get you interested in the theater by giving away free tickets to shows in October.
Actress Tracie Bennett recently visited the Guthrie Theater in preparation for her upcoming January run of the show End of the Rainbow, in which she portrays Minnesota’s own Judy Garland in the later years of the star’s career.
“War Horse” may be galloping to a theater near you.
There’s a special sneak preview this weekend of services at a new evangelical church in Coon Rapids that’s setting up shop in a movie theater.
Time is running out for producers who want to enter shows in the 2011 Minnesota Fringe Festival.
Sure there’s the State, the Orpheum and the Ordway theatres. They are gorgeous theatres and wonderful shows grace their boards. We all know about the historic Fitzgerald Theatre in St. Paul, the famous Old Log Theatre in Excelsior and our beloved dinner theatre in Chanhassen. But, let me tell you about a few fantastic theatres you may not be aware of.
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.
On Center Stage, Jearlyn welcomes the Star Tribune’s Rohan Preston to talk local theater plus a new comedy coming to the Twin Cities and Monday night’s Ivey Awards!