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Twin Cities 2012 Fall Arts Preview

Our annual fall preview of must-see shows in museums and galleries, theater, dance, choral and classical music.

New York City Ballet
BY WILLIAM RANDALL BEARD, LIGHTSEY DARST, TAD SIMONS, AND STEPHANIE XENOS

EDITED BY TAD SIMONS


THE LOCAL ARTS SCENE is bursting with world-class talent and events this fall. But fear not: Our critics have surveyed the cultural landscape and picked their favorite shows and exhibits of the season. All you have to do is choose. Alas, that’s also the hardest part. Who said living in an artistically vibrant city was easy?


MIA's Terracotta Warriors

10 Picks: Museums and Galleries

Ten picks of the season, from China's Teracotta Warriors at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts to Why We Do This at The Soap Factory, by William Randall Beard.




Theater Latte Da's Company

Ten Picks: Theater

Ten picks of the Twin Cities theater season, from Bye, Bye Birdie at Chanhassen Dinner Theater to Red at Park Square Theater, by Stephanie Xenos.




New York City Ballet

Ten Picks: Dance

Soak up Minnesota's dance scene with these ten picks, from Alarmél Valli at The Cowle's Center to Voices of Strength at the Walker Art Center,  by Lightsey Darst.




Accordo Season 4

Ten Picks: Classical and Choral

Ten picks that will bring music to your ears, Buckner's Mass No. 2 in E Minor at the Cathedral of Saint Paul to Verdi's Nabucco at the Ordway Center, by William Randall Beard





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