This week’s Wave

Renegade Theater Company mixes Shakespeare and zombies in a show that opens at 8 p.m. today at Teatro Zuccone. Photo courtesy of Renegade Theater Company.

This week’s Wave includes:

The story of how one man’s cine-geeky joke with friends turned into a highly attended production that mixes Shakespeare and zombies.

Best Bets include: a sold out Jason Aldean show at Amsoil, another weekend of Ides of March, the Minnesota Ballet’s production of “Firebird” (Also: See Friday’s DNT for the story), Renegade Theater Company’s mix of the Bard and the brainzzzz, Nerd Nite gets nerdier with NASA, a weekend of bluegrass will go on — at a new venue and there is an all-ages metal show Sunday at Grandma’s Sports Garden.

Tony Bennett review’s Low’s “The Invisible Way.” (Here’s Sunday’s story on the band).

Homegrown Music Festival releases its schedule. The gist here; Actual schedule here.

Catch The Basement crew from KUMD-FM on mtvU starting Tuesday.


A local crew is making a horror film “How Pretty You Die,” which promises to be downright bloody. They aren’t asking for much.


Here are the deets on NXN, a month of arts-centric activities in the Twin Ports.

Here’s what happens when Kevin Kling passes along storytelling techniques to teens. The author, playwright, storyteller, NPR commentator met with local high school students on Tuesday at Denfeld.