Open since 1974, the Cabooze has made its name through booking a variety of R&B, reggae, and rock acts, all the while supporting local bands who have gone on to play larger stages and to national audiences. Serving niches of R&B/blues in the '70s and jam rock today, the venue has a history o ... More >>
Scares and laughs aplenty at the Southern Theater's horror showcase
Crispin Whittell's version losing focus on Dickens's message
The staid Dickens tale gets a welcome new spin
A series of fundraisers have been organized for the ailing guitarist, starting this weekend.
Rebel, rebel. It's time for another David Bowie tribute show!
David Lind has been a pillar of the theatre community in the Twin Cities for years now. He is perhaps best known for founding TC Theatre and Film, the all-purp ... More >>
Dance critic Caroline Palmer reports on the community reaction to the artistic director's removal. Many are concerned this move indicates "a larger sensibility and style of leadership that is detrimental to the future of the Southern."
It Didn't Start with Babes in Toyland: A Short and Eccentric History of Women in Local Music, 1931-Present
Jason McLean's email (from "Varsity Theater Reopens"): We are In Business!!! Today, Friday, April 15th, the City of Minneapolis, in it's infinite wisdom, granted a Certificate of Occupancy to the Varsity Theater Project. Shows will soon resume. The first show will actually be tonight, Conversat ... More >>
With its sci-fi epic 'Terminus,' the anarchic Bedlam Theater builds the mothership of all puppets
A 19th-century comedy and a few steins of swill make for a midwinter night's bender
Six Feet High and Rising: Storyteller Jim Stowell takes measure of water under the bridge in Three Rivers Meeting.