Here is what you will find in this week’s Wave:
The Duluth Art Institute collected art from locals who use Duluth as a muse. Five of the artists talk about what inspires them.
This week’s Best Bets include the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra’s soundtrack for “Psycho,” Trampled By Turtles plays a benefit for the music programs in Duluth Public Schools, plays open at St. Scholastica and UMD, and four churches combine musical efforts to perform Mozart’s Requiem for CHUM.
Music reviewer John Ziegler calls Donny McCaslin’s “Casting for Gravity” “intense”: “Little bits of reggae tangle with funk, meaty solos interface with laidback harmonies, sparse melodies hover over pounding grooves, all played with a great deal of emotion and finesse.”
Meanwhile, in other pockets of the internet:
Poet Connie Wanek has a Three Act interview with poet Louis Jenkins and Tony Award-winner Mark Rylance, who have joined forces on the play “Nice Fish,” which opens at the Guthrie in April 2013. Here is the Q&A.