The rhythm is gonna getcha!
Author of “The Bedwetter: Stories of Courage, Redemption, and Pee”
Special guest this year will be Professor Deborah Levison, an economist and demographer at the Humphrey School.
A world-renowned leader in local economic development strategies and
green-collar job training & placement systems, will present her
perspectives on transforming communities.
The largest dance presenters in the U.S. prove their extensive contemporary ballet skills with a crowd energizing rep
In this series, host and moderator Alexs Pate, University of Minnesota professor and author of Amistad, takes you on a journey into the consciousness of three luminary writers.
Garrison Keillor will host "A Prairie Home Companion" at the University of Minnesota, Morris
The Winter's Tale combines tragedy and humor to tackle themes of jealousy, betrayal, and forgiveness.
The oldest gem in the history of ballet, the traditions of Swan Lake lives on with intricate Russian style.
Interview with Artistic and Touring Director with Principal Dancers
Suze Orman's Money Class will reveal Suze's expert take on what actions people need to take in light of the new economy.
Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus rings in the 30th season with its annual holiday concert in collaboration with Bells of the Lake hand bell choir.
Workshop performance of Leigh Fondakowski's new play Casa Cushman about the life and work of nineteenth-century American actress Charlotte Cushman.
The Weisman is closing for a year to add five new galleries. For one night, you can break all the rules.
The modern dance master returns with a rep sampling from what’s noted as the Golden Age of Paul Taylor’s choreography.
Paul Taylor is the last living member of the pantheon that created America's indigenous art form, modern dance.
BLACKFISH creates spontaneous sounds and songs that span from the intricate and spare to dense, layered, sonic bursts in a surround-sound concert installation.
Interview with choreographer Emily Johnson and curator Carolyn Anderson.
Libretto by Herschel Garfein. Based on the novel by Sinclair Lewis.
Local dance artist depicts the feelings of displacement in an interactive evening of dance, installation, and live music.