Guthrie Theater Cancels 'Destiny Of Desire' Production, Delays 'A Raisin In The Sun'The Omicron surge means at least one show won't go on at Minnesota's most renowned theater.
Guthrie Theater Cancels Remaining 'Christmas Carol' Performances Due To COVID OutbreakOfficials with the Guthrie Theater in downtown Minneapolis announced Sunday afternoon that the remaining scheduled performances of “A Christmas Carol” have been canceled due to “multiple COVID-19 cases within vaccinated members of our cast and staff.”
Korn Announces Concert Stop In MinneapolisGrammy award-winning metal band Korn is coming to Minneapolis this spring.
'Jingle All The Way' Turns 25: A Look Back At The Last Big Minnesota-Made MovieOn Nov. 16, 1996, Minnesotans flocked to Mall of America for what was the biggest Hollywood movie premiere in state history.
Meet The Man Behind Sven The Reindeer In 'Disney's Frozen': 'It's A Very Taxing Role'“Frozen” on stage brings immense pageantry, leaving audience members’ jaws’ dropped, and eyes wide. But what they don't see is the meticulous preparation and attention to detail that brings an animated fan favorite to life.
Minneapolis' Historic Capri Theater Reopens After $12.5M RenovationBuilt in 1927, the Capri is the last of 13 theaters that once graced the northside of Minneapolis.
Historic Paintings Get Serious TLC Beneath MIAA hidden gem in the heart of the Twin Cities is helping keep historic and important works of art for future generations.
Minnesota State Fair Butter Sculptor To Retire After 50 Years, 500 Princess Kay SculpturesA staple at the Minnesota State Fair is hanging her hat, or maybe we should say passing on her knife.
70-Year-Old Love Story Inspired Generations Of Performers At Worthington's Memorial AuditoriumWCCO’s Liz Collin visited her hometown of Worthington, where a new season at the Memorial Auditorium means the return to a love story that started 70 years ago.
Ho-Shia Aaron Thao Returns To Twin Cities For His Hmong Ballet 'Diaspora'Ho-Shia Aaron Thao will soon perform a five-act ballet he wrote and choreographed called "Diaspora: A Mother's Elegy" in downtown Minneapolis.
Stone Arch Bridge Festival Returns To Minneapolis With Huge SuccessThousands of people filled West River Parkway over the weekend for the Stone Arch Bridge Festival, which is the first large community event since the mask mandate was lifted in Minneapolis.
After 14 Months, Osmo Vänska & Minnesota Orchestra Prep For 'Electricity' Of Live Audience“It’s like the best therapy in the world to have a good performance of good music," Conductor Osmo Vänska said.
Some Twin Cities Arts & Entertainment Destinations Prep For ReopeningSeveral metro arts and entertainment destinations are preparing to reopen, and some have already done so.
Amanda Gorman's Inauguration Poetry Stirs Young Twin Cities Artists, Civil Rights Elders AlikeAmanda Gorman, 22, is the first United States Youth Poet Laureate. And on Wednesday, she became the youngest inaugural poet ever.
Dudley Riggs, Improv Comedy Pioneer And Brave New Workshop Founder, Dies At 88The Twin Cities theater community is remembering a founding father of improvisational comedy.