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Contributing editor Tad Simons is an award-winning journalist whose writing on the local arts scene has appeared in the Twin Cities Reader, City Pages, St. Paul Pioneer Press, American Theatre magazine, BackStage, Variety and the Washington Post. Over his 25 year career, Tad has covered theater, books, music, visual arts, dance, film, and performance art (including politics). Tad’s articles and essays on these and other subjects have won more than 30 local and national awards for editorial excellence.
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Set in Restoration England, the play is a fictional imagining of a love threesome between Aphra Behn, England’s first woman playwright, King Charles II, and Nell Gwyn, the lead actress of the day.
Having won practically every Tony Award possible in 2011, The Book of Mormon is the most talked-about hit Broadway has produced since The Lion King—but for very different reasons.
The Jungle Theater brings Anna Sundberg and Peter Hansen together in this play inspired by the 19th century erotic novel Venus in Furs, a virtual handbook on sexual domination and masochism.
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The show follows the 1919 Boston Red Sox from the “Curse of the Bambino” through the 2004 World Series win.
To get kids interested in classical music, orchestras need to use more imagination. And robots.
Our editors' picks for the best in theatre, dance, film, music, art, and more.
The season’s best offerings, in order of how much holiday spirit they’re likely to inspire.
Local jazz, funk, and R&B artists are breaking plenty of new ground.
Mpls Photo Center's three new photography exhibits all featuring work by nationally known photographers, and all addressing themes of humanity and courage.
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The big gigs just keep on coming in November. Can anyone over 50 keep up?
Better known as the fedora-wearing, guitar-strumming lead singer of the popular local alt-country band Romantica, Ben Kyle releases his first solo album on Nov. 13. Listen to his song "Minneapolis."
The Guthrie Theater’s celebration of British playwright Christopher Hampton culminates with Appomattox.
James Sewell Ballet celebrates the spirit(s) of Halloween this year by presenting an original work, “Ballet Macabre."
We celebrate the weird and wonderful, strange and surprising foods, finds, people, places, art, and more that make the Twin Cities such a fun, vibrant, creative place to live.
Mpls.St.Paul Magazine arts and entertainment team's annual fall preview of the must-see shows in museums and galleries, theater, dance, and choral and classical music.
The Walker Art Center kicks off its Movies & Music series, July 30-August 20. This year’s theme is “In Dreams.” Here's the lineup.
Actor Hugh Laurie sings the New Orleans–style blues he loves so much with genuine passion and conviction.
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