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To invite new audiences, Twin Cities museums are translating the humble wall label

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To invite new audiences, Twin Cities museums are translating the humble wall label
At Twin Cities museums, art speaks more than one language.
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Aitkin museum is dedicated to Minnesota wildlife artist

January 16
Pamela Andell, executive director of the Jaques Art Center, and board vice president Jan Hasselius toured a 25th anniversary exhibit devoted to its na
A Minnesota small-town gem, Jaques Art Center celebrates 25 years with giant show on the great Minnesota wildlife painter Francis Lee Jaques.
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... and at the 2019 Minnesota Fringe Festival.

Minneapolis theater uses modern tech to bring ancient tale to audiences

Theatrical presentation via Facebook — a first for Minnesota — makes this "Beowulf" hit home.
Coronavirus
March 26
Ali Sultan has started the “Virtual Distancing Live Comedy Hour.”

Minneapolis comics find a way to laugh while it hurts

Despite their own anxiety, comedians make jokes to put others at ease.
The riverfront Guthrie Theater is a signature Dowling achievement.
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Movies
March 26
Joel McCrea and Claudette Colbert are sparring spouses in “The Palm Beach Story.”

It's the perfect time to binge on screwball comedies. Here are our critic's top 7

The fizzy genre had its heyday from the mid-1930s to the early '40s.
Stage & Arts
March 23
From lower left: Justina Machado, Isabella Gomez, Rita Moreno and Marcel Ruiz in “One Day at a Time.”

At 88, EGOT winner Rita Moreno is busier than ever

Energetic veteran is busier than ever with two TV sitcoms and the upcoming "West Side Story."
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March 21
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'It's going to be devastating': Minnesota arts, artists brace for coronavirus fallout

Amid a flurry of cancellations, Twin Cities arts groups and artists brace for a major financial hit.
Stage & Arts
March 20
The cast of “Girl From the North Country."

Bob Dylan joins the club of rockers making themselves at home on Broadway

Classic rockers are turning Broadway into a cozy home after the hits stop coming.
Stage & Arts
March 19
Michele K. Short/HBO Audra McDonald stars in “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill.”

A Twin Cities coronavirus quarantine arts survival kit

To weather the pandemic, our writers provide virtual portals to arts and culture.
Stage & Arts
March 19
Helen Anker with Keith Rice in the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre’s “Camelot.”
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Guthrie, Chanhassen Dinner Theatres star fears she has been stricken with coronavirus

Helen Anker, who starred in "My Fair Lady" and "Camelot," is in self-quarantine.
Stage & Arts
March 18
Movies
March 17
Dory in "Finding Nemo."

6 great movies to distract the kids while you take that conference call

When you're trying to work from home, and need a distraction for the kids, these movies can't miss.
Coronavirus
March 16
A sole spectator watches a film in a movie theatre in Budapest, Hungary, Thursday, March 12, 2020. Effective from today, cinemas in Hungary are restri

As cinemas shutter in other states, Minnesota movie theaters are still open – for now

Surveys indicate Americans are divided about whether theaters should close.
Stage & Arts
March 15

Ballet world is rife with superstition

The pink and white stuffed animal that ballerina Devon Teuscher has had since she was a baby always has a place in her dressing room,…
Music
March 14
Jason Aldean. (Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/AP, File)

Will the show go on? Check our list of Minnesota concerts and events

To help slow the spread of coronavirus, Minnesota's arts and culture institutions are canceling, postponing — or playing for radio broadcast only.Here's a roundup of…
Stage & Arts
March 13
Laila Ayad portays Farida Azizi, an activist fighting the marginalization of women in her native country of Afghanistan.

'Seven' tells inspirational stories of women from around the world

"Seven" tells the inspirational stories of seven women from around the world.
Stage & Arts
March 13
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March 12
A young visitor to “Audubon Animated” at the Bell Museum. Joe Szurszewski

Audubon adventures

‘Audubon Animated’ John James Audubon is the original bird man. The 19th-century ornithological artist tried to paint every bird in America. Eleven of his…
Stage & Arts
March 12
“The Rainbow Fish” at Children’s Theatre Company

Onstage spotlight: "The Rainbow Fish" at CTC

‘The Rainbow Fish’ Opens Friday: The Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia has a history of creating colorful puppet shows from picture books, including Eric Carle’s…
Stage & Arts
March 12
A still from Sky Hopinka’s “Cloudless Blue Egress of Summer.”

In Minneapolis show, artist Sky Hopinka tells Native stories from a Native perspective

Poetry and persistence are hallmarks of Sky Hopinka's work at Mpls. Institute of Art.
Stage & Arts
March 12
Kimberly Richardson stars in the wildly inventive one-person show “The Red Shoes” at Open Eye Theatre. CARLOS GONZALEZ • cgonzalez@startribune.c

Minneapolis theater revisits noir fairy-tale 'Red Shoes'

Open Eye Figure Theatre brings back the playful, noirish hit.
Stage & Arts
March 12

Modern-dance icon Faye Driscoll has left the Walker, but feel free to 'Come on In'

Bessie Award-winning choreographer stages her first-ever art installation at the Walker.

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