Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Frank Gehry's $4.5M Winton Guest House auctioned for only $905,000

Frank Gehry’s $4.5 million Winton Guest House was auctioned for $905,000.

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Monday, May 18, 2015

Live Action Set gets it half right in new dance theater piece

Dance Review: Interesting concept does not strike an emotional chord

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Theater review: Clever 'Language Archive' meanders and delights

THEATER REVIEW: “The Language Archive” explores troubles with communicating affection.

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Saturday, May 16, 2015

Comedy superstar Kevin Hart gets down to earth at Target Center

REVIEW: Kevin Hart proved Friday he still has the common touch — even in an arena show.

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Friday, May 15, 2015

Review: 'Sistah Solo' and 'Being Brothas' honor performers of color

Dance review: Maia Maiden stages a variety-show marathon of hip-hop, spoken word and other performance art.

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Minneapolis Institute of Arts unveils a $50 million Raphael painting from London's National Gallery

The “small but mighty” portrait of madonna and child drew gasps when it was revealed Friday.

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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Photographer Edward Burtynsky explores water issues in Weinstein show

Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky explores troubling water issues in stunningly beautiful photos at Weinstein Gallery.

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'The Language Archive' at Park Square: When words fail, drama follows

At Park Square, “The Language Archive” explores communication troubles between lovers.

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Mu Performing Arts co-founder Rick Shiomi wins top McKnight award

As the co-founder of Mu Performing Arts wins a lifetime achievement award, he’s hatching plans for a new multicultural theater company.

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'Ah, Camelot, where the tables are round and the relationships triangular'

Streamlined revival aims at the love triangle at the heart of the Round Table.

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Monday, May 11, 2015

Zenon Dance Company joined by vocal ensemble

Review: Zenon’s spring concert draws on collaborations that create a diverse program.

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Sunday, May 10, 2015

Kira Obolensky's new play, 'Forget Me Not When Far Away' is memorably funny

REVIEW: Kira Obolensky’s insightful, witty new play follows a combat veteran who returns to an all-female town.

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Saturday, May 9, 2015

'Camelot' makeover at Ordway mashes up 'Bachelorette' and 'Game of Thrones'

Guenevere has to make a weighty choice in “Camelot,” updated as “The Bachelorette” meets “Game of Thrones.”

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Thursday, May 7, 2015

Rembrandt at the gas pump? It's another Minneapolis Institute of Arts birthday surprise

Four high-quality reproductions are going in unusual spots during May to celebrate the museum's centennial and Minnesota’s Museum Month.

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Children's Theatre star Alanna Saunders talks about her heritage, dreams and 'Peter Pan'

Alanna Saunders, star of “Peter Pan” at Children’s Theatre and in last winter’s live NBC telecast, was made for the stage.

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From USSR with love: Museum of Russian Art delivers romance

The Museum of Russian Art examines romance in the art of the Soviet Union after World War II.

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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Phylicia Rashad also a respected director now

The stage star and former “Cosby Show” mom is making her mark behind the scenes.

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Minneapolis playwrights thrive through Mellon Foundation program

Residency grants have allowed two local women the luxury of calling one theater home for three years.

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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

20 years after record-setting production, Anoka High restages 'Dreamcoat'

In 1995, a staging of the show wowed the community. Now, a new production is stirring memories.

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Big drama, small screen

The Minnesota-made online series “Theater People” deftly spoofs the professional and personal lives of stage actors. This show just might have legs.

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Monday, May 4, 2015

History Theatre presents the Augie Garcia story

Review: History Theatre brings to life rock ’n’ roll pioneer Augie Garcia, who grew up on St. Paul’s West Side.

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Review: Young Dance celebrates all abilities in Lab Theater performance

Review: Young Dance illustrated the universal vocabulary of dance in a diverse program.

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Friday, May 1, 2015

Streetscapes: Former Odd Fellows lodges in Minneapolis thrive as neighborhood connectors

A pair of former Odd Fellows lodges in Minneapolis still thrive as neighborhood connectors.

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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Abstraction blooms anew in Minnetonka Center for the Arts show featuring Minnesota artists

Minnetonka Center for the Arts spotlights more than two dozen Minnesota artists in an admirable show.

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