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2013 Stories by Sheila Regan

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  • Bedlam & the Beast

    published December 25, 2013

    Two of the best New Year's Eve party hosts are joining up for what is sure to be the blast of the season. Tonight, Bedlam Theatre and In the Heart... More >>


    Samantha Johns on this thing she's doing at the White Page

    published Dec 31, 2013

    Theater-maker Samantha Johns may be best known for her collaborations with Savannah Reich, Bedlam Theatre, or George McConnell, with whom she worked most recently with this summer on car.sick, an art ... More >>


    "Orders of Possibility" at Form + Content

    published Dec 27, 2013

    In "Orders of Possibility," now on view at Form + Content Gallery, three artists -- Paula McCartney, Lex Thompson, and Sonja Thomsen -- mingle with truth and fiction in a series of photographs and mix... More >>

  • Holiday Shop

    published November 27, 2013

    It's been about a year since Soo Visual Arts (SooVAC) launched its SOOlocal experiment over on 35th and Nicollet, which has allowed the small... More >>


    Happier Crazier New Year in Lowertown

    published Dec 26, 2013

    For the third year in a row, Tyler Olsen and his gang of happy Minnesotans will come together for a New Year's Eve show full of zany adventures. This year's party will take place at Golden's Deli, rig... More >>

  • Close, a storytelling show

    published December 18, 2013

    Cheap Theatre doesn't need fancy sets or costumes to make a lively night of performance. Instead, the poets, storytellers, and writers aim to... More >>


    Year in Review 2013: Dance and Experimental Performance

    published Dec 23, 2013

    The Twin Cities is a great place for dance and experimental performance (the two forms often blur into one another), and there are many independent choreographers, performance artists, and experimenta... More >>


    Between the Worlds celebrates women, winter solstice

    published Dec 19, 2013

    For its holiday show this year, In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre has brought back Between the Worlds, a winter-solstice piece first created in 1992 by Esther Ouray and Laurie Witzkows... More >>

  • Elements in Translation

    published December 11, 2013

    Things might get a bit other-worldly for the newest edition of the Elements in Translation series, an evening curated by Arturo Miles at Patrick's... More >>


    Busta' Nutcracker at the Southern this weekend

    published Dec 18, 2013

    This weekend at the Southern Theater, burlesque troupe the Wicked Wenches Cabaret turns the classic Nutcracker story into a a satirical and sexy romp for Busta' Nutcracker. Set in the 1950s, the piec... More >>


    Mary Mack's Holiday Meat Raffle Show: Now with dogs in sweaters

    published Dec 17, 2013

    Mary Mack's infamous holiday meat raffle show is back once again, and it's going to be bigger and better than ever. Instead of hosting it in the basement Clown Lounge at the Turf Club, Mack is taking ... More >>


    "Untitled 10" explores nature at SooVAC

    published Dec 16, 2013

    For "Untitled 10: SooVAC's 10th Annual Juried Exhibition," poet, curator, and cookbook author Heid E. Erdrich teams up with Jennifer Phelps, director of the Burnet Gallery, to present an intriguing as... More >>


    Dioramas for the 21st century at Bell Social

    published Dec 12, 2013

    Courtesy MAW Would you like some wine with your diorama? This Friday, see the Bell Museum as you've never seen it before at an event just for adults with alcohol, donuts, music, and newly commiss... More >>

  • Into the Void

    published December 4, 2013

    With its wildly popular Haunted Basement, and rumors of actual haunting, the Soap Factory already has a reputation for being a location that... More >>


    Year in Review 2013: Visual Art

    published Dec 11, 2013

    This year was an awesome one for visual art in the Twin Cities. Almost every weekend brought a new event highlighting our wonderful local artists, or bringing in the best visual art from all over the ... More >>


    Invisible Art celebrates Somali art and culture

    published Dec 05, 2013

    Ka Joog, a Somali community cultural organization, holds its bi-weekly Invisible Art gathering tonight at Augsburg College. Somali poet Abwaan Abdirizak Alibos will be featured as a special guest. The... More >>


    Nimbus takes on Gorky's The Lower Depths

    published Dec 04, 2013

    You may have seen on the news lately that the United States isn't doing so well in terms of wealth inequality. According to some sources, we have the biggest inequality of the entire developed world, ... More >>


    Hijack looks back on 20 years of dance

    published Dec 03, 2013

    About 20 years ago, Arwen Wilder and Kristin Van Loon, two friends who had met in class at Colorado College, performed for the first time as Hijack. They came up with the name at Ruby's Café, where t... More >>


    Creative Citymaking Project shares progress in new exhibit

    published Dec 02, 2013

    As Intermedia Arts' Creative Citymaking draws to a close, the year-long project will showcase work by local artists, in collaboration with Minneapolis planners, in an exhibit that showcases how art ca... More >>

  • Leaves

    published November 6, 2013

    Savage Umbrella brings back its critically acclaimed homage to Walt Whitman this week with the music-filled Leaves, a piece that was... More >>

  • Equilibrium: Half-Breed

    published November 13, 2013

    This Saturday PC Muñoz, one of the recipients of the Loft Literary Center's new Spoken Word Immersion Fellowship, joins programming... More >>


    Eloisa Ibarra's "The Seed of Babel" reflects on our shifting language

    published Nov 27, 2013

    In "The Seed of Babel," now on view at the University of Minnesota's Quarter Gallery, Uruguayan artist Eloisa Ibarra shows 20 representations of the Tower of Babel using traditional printmaking techni... More >>


    Zenon Dance at the Cowles Center

    published Nov 26, 2013

    Last weekend, Zenon Dance Company opened its 31st Fall Dance Season with three works. Although each piece is very different stylistically, all have a political bent. There's the dystopian world of Ste... More >>


    Paige Dansinger opens a gallery in Minneapolis skyway

    published Nov 25, 2013

    Paige Dansinger needed a place other than her home to work on her paintings. When she happened upon an empty storefront along the Minneapolis skyway system, she knew it was the perfect spot because it... More >>


    Ruben Nusz: Reinventing the color wheel

    published Nov 21, 2013

    For "Severed Hues," a new exhibition of paintings and drawings at the Weinstein Gallery, Ruben Nusz experiments with color theory -- not based on the traditional Isaac Newton color wheel, but rather ... More >>

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