2013 Fall Arts Preview

As usual, the fall arts season is brimming with extraordinary work and talent. What are you waiting for?

Photo courtesy of William Clark
Walking Shadow Theatre Company co-artistic director John Heimbuch stands atop the State Capitol building, wielding his magic theater wand.


This year's dance lineup looks to be a global exploration of movement, from international choreographers to investigation of race in culture.


A mix of revamped classics and edgy, even bizarre new creations (zombies, anyone?) take the stage and steal the spotlight.

Galleries & Museums

There's something for any kind of art lover this season, from curated local talent to naturalist prints, plus retrospectives covering decades (even centuries) of work.

Classical & Choral

There's plenty of Classically-trained talent in the Twin Cities to see, though we're still hoping the Minnesota Orchestra returns to its former glory.


A full slate of star power is scheduled for the Twin Cities this fall, proving you don't need summer music festivals to get your fill of top-notch talent.