This week’s Wave

Mark Rylance (left) and Jim Lichtscheidl appear in the Guthrie Theater’s production of “Nice Fish,” which opens Friday in Minneapolis. The play grew from and incorporates poetry by Duluth poet Louis Jenkins. Photo courtesy of the Guthrie Theater.

Here’s what you will find in this week’s Wave:

Two time Tony Award-winning actor Mark Rylance has collaborated with Duluth poet Louis Jenkins on “Nice Fish,” a play that opens Friday at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis.

Susan Vreeland, author of this year’s One Book, One Community selection “Clara and Mr. Tiffany,” talks about decorative arts, the women’s labor movement and New York City at the dawn of the subway system. She will be in Duluth and surrounding communities next week.

Lake Superior Community Theater takes on “Death of a Salesman.”

Best Bets includes: Andy Grammer brings his pop sound to St. Scholastica, “Seussial” plays at CSS, Wisconsin-Superior’s production of “The 1940s Radio Hour” opens Friday, local dancers pair with Twin Cities company for show, a roundup of where to go! see art! on Friday, The 4onthefloor return to the scene of the crime: Sacred Heart, where the band recorded its album.

Music reviewer Tony Bennett finds more to Stuart Davis’s image than his music.