Minneapolis-based Bharatanatyam dancer/choreographer Ashwini Ramaswamy discusses her multidisciplinary original work Let the Crows Come featuring collaborator and omposer/DJ/author Jace Clayton and Twin Cities dancer Alanna Morris-Van Tassel.
Join legendary drummer Gordy Knudtson with special guests Jim Anton and Dean Magraw for the debut performance of their yet-to-be-named trio followed by a drum clinic that covers playing techniques and ergonomics to musically understanding and fulfilling your role in a band.
David Huckfelt (of The Pines) & The Unarmed Forces “Stranger Angels” Live Listening Event & Pre-Release
A special one-night-only Minneapolis preview performance of The Pines' David Huckfelt debut solo record Stranger Angels, slated for release in February, 2019.
Single release with Lost Boys screening to follow.
Johnny Pemberton is a joyfully unique presence in the stand-up comedy world. A native of Rochester, Minnesota, Johnny's act runs a gamut of absurdity and gleeful subversions. We promise you've never seen anything like him.
With his signature wit and keen observational eye for the manners of everyday life, bestselling author and beloved New Yorker staff writer Adam Gopnik chronicles his early days in the tumultuous decade of the 1980s
Hard for the Money is a collection of stories from a variety of women on finding their way - economically, intellectually and psychologically.
This evening is an episode premiere, installation, and fundraiser for the poetic-film series, Sweetness of Wild and the artist collective, Free Black Dirt.
A fundraiser for Open Arms of Minnesota sponsored by Indeed Brewing Company
Join the Theater of Public Policy and City Counselor for the biggest, funnest, most surprising night of Minnesota’s 2018 election season.
In celebration of their triple music-video collaboration, chamber-pop octet Sister Species joins choreography-duo Hiponymous for a night of film, movement, and sound.
Chaffee's debut album “Carry Me” with Special Guests TBA
A Dance That Empties is Travis Laplante‘s latest album-length composition, written for Subtle Degrees, a new two-musician ensemble consisting of Laplante (tenor saxophone) and Gerald Cleaver(drums). The duo’s uncategorizable sound evokes everything from contemporary classical music, avant garde jazz, minimalism, technical metal, and sacred world music.
Premiere of the first full album of original music from Halloween, Alaska since 2011.