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Bridging Minds

A Children’s Theatre program teaches kids to rewrite the narrative of their own lives

Rejects d’ Art

The classical-realism art movement got its start in Minnesota. So why have its practitioners had such difficulty winning the respect of the art establishment?

Ghosts of Christmas Carols Past

Thirty-one years of giggles and gaffes at the Guthrie

Wings of Change

A new exhibit at the Minnesota History Center explores the rich history,diverse output and changing role of Red Wing potteries.

Theater, As You Like It

For some, Shakespeare seems less highfalutin in outdoor spaces.

Cabaret Cojones

Leslie Ball’s midnight cabaret celebrates 15 years of song, dance, and eccentricity.

A Tangled History

Actress and playwright Kimberly Morgan unravels the long and the short of African American hairstyles—and tells the story of a people in the process

The Other Guthrie

The state’s most celebrated theater opens its big, bold, and, well, blue new building this month. But much of the company’s work—from tours to camps to training tomorrow’s Oscar winners—has nothing to do with the plays you’ll see inside.