Peter Passi had an interesting story about the curious case of the A.H. Zeppa Foundation as the arts complex celebrates its fifth birthday — and moves in a different direction.
Here is Lawrance Bernabo’s review of the Minnesota Ballet’s “Who Cares?” a triple bill.
A certain special lady (me) wrote something that prompted a letter to the editor. (Also: I would just like to note that because of the leggings-as-pants column, I no longer feel comfortably wearing jeans in public.)
The Minnesota Ballet opens its season Friday with “Who Cares?” a triple bill that includes classical, modern and cinematic pieces. “Clowns and Others,” the second performance of the night, opens with the dancers-as-clowns posed comically in a line. (SteveKucheraemail@example.com)
The Minnesota Ballet opens its season with “Who Cares?” a triple bill that includes a modern piece featuring clowns. Here’s the story.
I wrote a column about how the internet can make a person so mad! Some might consider this a preemptive move, considering I’m presenting a list of awesome horror flicks for Friday’s News Tribune and someone will probably hate on it. (All together now: “THIS IS NEWS?!”)
Best Bets include: The aforementioned ballet, Caroline Smith at The Red Herring Lounge, Jason Schommer at The Encounter, UMD’s Homecoming Parade, Nerd Nite and Dalia Basiouny’s one-woman show.
Wise Fool Shakespeare’s production of “Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing” caused lots of kiddie giggles on opening night — but Gen Xers will also find the stage adaptation of Judy Blume’s famous novel worth visiting. Here’s the review.
Lawrance Bernabo reviewed the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra’s season opener.
Lest you were Duluth-bound during the inaugural Festival Palomino, here is the scene as seen by the Star Tribune.
Renegade Improv players Cory Anderson (left) and Mary Fox, both of Duluth, gesture while talking at Teatro Zuccone in Duluth on Tuesday afternoon. (Clint Austin / firstname.lastname@example.org)
This week’s A&E section includes the annual Back to School content. So hold on to your hats, this list is gonna get longish.
It all starts with this story about Renegade Improv. Here are some picks for hitting the trails.
There are a lot of local bands. Here are a few to watch.
The upperclassmen had a few words of wisdom. Here’s the list of cheap eats.
Then we had some regular A&E content like Best Bets, which includes a country show at Grandma’s, an album release show for Charlie Parr, a live read of “Ghostbusters,” etc.
Sara Wabrowetz performs during the dress rehearsal of the Renegade Theater Company production of “Things to Ruin,” a pop musical revue-style show about what it is like to be young and alive in modern times. (Clint Austin / email@example.com)