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  • Nutcracker: The Lost Act

    published December 14, 2011

    This season, Ballet of the Dolls is pairing up with Le Cirque Rouge burlesque troupe for an all-new, adults-only sequel to the classic... More >>

  • Grown and Sexy New Year's Eve

    published December 28, 2011

    Looking for a New Year's Eve party that's classy, glamorous, queer-friendly, and affordable? Then look no further than Minneapolis hot spot Hell's... More >>

  • Happy Crazy New Year

    published December 28, 2011

    Meet the Happy Family, a group of bizarre characters that may remind you of people you know. Tyler Olson, who directs the upcoming Happy Crazy... More >>

  • 'Skate Related II' at XYandZ

    'Skate Related II' at XYandZ

    published Dec 29, 2011

    ​Minnesota may have snow on the ground for many months of the year, but that doesn't mean it's not a great place for skateboarding. Last year, designer Mike Burrill organized "Skate Related," an art... More >>

  • Bob's Holiday Office Party at Camp Bar and Cabaret

    Bob's Holiday Office Party at Camp Bar and Cabaret

    published Dec 28, 2011

    ​Bob's Holiday Office Party is wrapping up its Minnesota run over at Camp Bar in St. Paul this weekend. The show, written by expatriate Midwesterners Rob Elk and Joe Keyes, has developed a bit of a ... More >>

  • Nautilus Music-Theater trains a new generation of artists

    Nautilus Music-Theater trains a new generation of artists

    published Dec 27, 2011

    ​Nautilus Music-Theater has been nurturing and developing artists for the past 25 years. Now it's continuing that mission by starting initiatives aimed at training a new generation of artists. The o... More >>

  • Mary Mack on meat raffles and comedy

    Mary Mack on meat raffles and comedy

    published Dec 23, 2011

    ​Mary Mack's North Star Comedy Hour & Meat Raffle: Dysfunctional Holiday Edition, is a great excuse for people "to get together and drink and swear before they see their mothers for Christmas," ... More >>

  • Zenon Dance Company's The Nutcracker According to Mother Goose

    published December 14, 2011

    For a fun holiday show that the little ones can enjoy—with plenty of entertainment for adults as well—consider checking out Zenon... More >>

  • Bedlam's 'Hot Corn' at the Bryant-Lake Bowl

    Bedlam's 'Hot Corn' at the Bryant-Lake Bowl

    published Dec 21, 2011

    ​Mucklejean Magglepot is back, and Bedlam fans could not ask for a more fearless leader for a holiday celebration. Returning to the Motel 8 Airport Lounge (located in the Bryant-Lake Bowl's theater)... More >>

  • Mni Sota: Reflections of Time and Place

    published November 2, 2011

    It's been less than a year since All My Relations Gallery, the bright yellow building on Franklin at 14th, opened as the new home for All My... More >>

  • David Sollie takes aim at corporate America

    published Dec 16, 2011

    ​In an exhibition that could have been born from Occupy Wallstreet (though its origins predate the movement), "Everybody Wins" by David Sollie takes a satirical look at capitalism, consumerism, and ... More >>

  • John Munger performs Nutbuster!! tonight

    published Dec 14, 2011

    ​Tonight, the 66-year-old John Munger -- a dancer, choreographer, scholar, critic, and elder of the Twin Cities dance community -- is presenting his popular Nutbuster!! The Ballet for the third year... More >>

  • Ruben Nusz and the case for formalism

    published Dec 13, 2011

    ​In "Sticks/Stones," a new exhibition at Thomas Barry Fine Arts, artist Ruben Nusz deconstructs the practice of painting. The show features two antithetical and yet interconnected sides to an equati... More >>

  • 'Aerodynamic Karaoke' and the curious imagination of Dietrich Sieling

    published Dec 09, 2011

    ​​Welcome to Dietrich Sieling's imagination, a world populated with grape Oreo ice cream, shirtless bearded women, and antelope men. It's a world of startling shapes, dizzying line patterns, brigh... More >>

  • 'on the phone with my mother' asks: What is a woman?

    published Dec 08, 2011

    ​on the phone with my mother, a new theater work directed and conceived by Anna Kunin, begins by posing an impossible question: What is a woman? While at the University of Minnesota, where she gradu... More >>

  • Equilibrium Spoken Word: Hear, Here: Indigenous Location, Politics, and Poetry

    published November 30, 2011

    This week, the Loft Literary Center and Mizna will continue their innovative series, Equilibrium, by featuring two rising stars in the spoken-word... More >>

  • Miss Richfield celebrates 30-year reign

    published Dec 07, 2011

    ​Thirty years ago, a lovely young woman achieved the highlight of her life. She was crowned Miss Richfield in her local beauty pageant, and, well, she's never moved on. The day after that seminal ev... More >>

  • XYandZ Gallery celebrates its second anniversary

    published Dec 01, 2011

    ​This Friday, XYandZ Gallery will celebrate its two-year anniversary with an appropriately titled event called "TWO." Thirteen of the artists who have previously shown work at the space have helped ... More >>

  • Nastalie Bogira talks 'Pleasure Rebel'

    published Nov 30, 2011

    ​As December looms, practically every performance venue is doing some sort of holiday show. It's a relief to go to a theater where you have absolutely no risk of being inundated with holiday spirit.... More >>

  • Naked Stages at Pillsbury House Theatre

    published Nov 29, 2011

    ​Naked Stages, a hotbed of performance art, is coming into its own at Pillsbury House Theatre, where the program has lived since 2009. During the event -- which runs this weekend and next -- you'll ... More >>

  • Calling All Polar Bears

    published November 16, 2011

    You don't have to be a polar bear to enjoy Calling All Polar Bears, although you might see some in the show. The play features Inupiaq... More >>

  • Choreographers' Evening: A Walker Thanksgiving tradition

    published Nov 23, 2011

    ​Everybody has his or her Thanksgiving traditions. Whether it's gathering with family, stuffing your face with turkey and mashed potatoes, going on a Black Friday shopping spree, or watching footbal... More >>

  • 'Dimensions of Indigenous' at Intermedia Arts

    published Nov 22, 2011

    ​The latest visual-arts offering at Intermedia Arts, "Dimensions of Indigenous," explores what it means to be indigenous and the impact of colonization. Curated by Sarah Sarzoza and Rebekah Crisanta... More >>

  • Zenon sets the stage at the Cowles

    published Nov 21, 2011

    ​For its 29th season, Zenon Dance Company's first evening of work at the Cowles Center went over with panache. The opening weekend included the premiere of two pieces by Daniel Charon and Mariusz Ol... More >>

  • 'JOY: A Holiday Cabaret' showcases Interact artists in cabaret style

    published Nov 18, 2011

    ​Interact Theater doesn't usually do holiday-themed shows, but this year they're embarking on a kind of variety play. Titled JOY: A Holiday Cabaret and housed at the Lab, the piece honors the tradit... More >>

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