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The Great “First Ave Stars” Debate – Who Should Go?

6 Jun

So yeah, there’s a lot of freaking out about First Avenue painting over (temporarily!) the stars on the outside of the building.  The venue is moving from 530ish stars to closer to 400.  You can even go to their website here and vote for some possible new stars to be added to the wall. With […]

M2: Mayakovsky & Marinetti

22 May

2009 marked the 100th anniversary of the birth of Futurism, the Italian avant-garde movement dedicated to breaking brutally away from the past and into a high-speed mechanical and industrial future. 2010 makes it 85 years since Sergei Eisenstein, the visionary Russian film director, released The Battleship Potemkin, a work that revolutionized film by the use […]

Shameless Self Promotion: Welcome To Dystopia

12 Mar

I have admired the Four Humors Theater company since they blew me away with their Fringe show Bards at the Southern in 2007. Seriously, a noir gutterpunk Shakespearean spy thriller with the music of Wu Tang sung in English madrigal harmony? Ridiculous, and awesome. Their work doesn’t disappoint and Lamb Lays with Lion shared the […]

Shameless Self Promotion: Minneapolis New Breed

25 Feb

Opening tonight, step right up, step right up! At the fabulous Southern Theatre, The Minneapolis New Breed, wonder of all wonders, three young companies, three provocative and sexy groups all on one joint bill for the first time ever! Not to be missed! SuperGroup will live up to their name! Mad King Thomas will issue […]

West Bank Tonight!

23 Feb

Some nights just line up really nicely to stay pretty much in a two-block radius and tonight has that on the West Bank. El Perro Del Mar at the Cedar Cultural Center is a great place to be, chased down with Alec Ounsworth at the 400 Bar to slake your musical thirst. But before any […]

Bedlam 20.10Fest IDEATHON

19 Jan

Three years ago, looking for a challenge and some non-traditional theatre in the Twin Cities, I showed up to the group audition for the Bedlam Theatre Community 10 Minute Play Festival. I remember it being a wild, loosey-goosey affair, with lots of actors and non-actors, games being played, bits of scripts thrown around and presented […]

The Thing

19 Jan

I Love You Even Though We Fight or Other Writers Are Better Than Me There’s a particular moment of realization, no that’s a stupid lede, attempting to link together a personal memory blah blah blah I did this you feel this and we’re all connected. But it’s true. I am sitting in a hotel room […]

Inquisition at the Walker

7 Jan

The Walker Art Center is bringing back The Inquisition, and not the unexpected Spanish variety, nor one centering around the preference for cake or death. This Inquisition is a game show, a quiz forum where experts go up against the audience on matters of art, theory, history and the gossipy tid-bits. The whole point is […]

Samurai Are Pretty Awesome

4 Jan

It seems like a fully self evident thing to write, that not only are samurai pretty awesome, but their awesomeness is timeless and epic. We are lucky enough to have not one but two awesome bits of samurai-related news to share here. The Star Tribune reported in mid-December that the Minneapolis Institute of Arts had […]

Public Consumption Art Drop

1 Jan

Public Consumption, a project by the Rogue Citizen artist collective, was supposed to result in a sudden and mysterious drop of 40 works of art in public places today. If you are bummed that you couldn’t find any of the pieces around town though, don’t worry that you’ve missed out. After winning funding for the […]