Nora McInerny Purmort

Still Kickin

How with a wink, a laugh, and just the right amount of crying, Nora McInerny Purmort wrote her way through the worst the world could have thrown at her.

by Chuck Terhark

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Trouble In Mind

An entertaining and pointed commentary on race in America.

Theater | Guthrie Theater

The Glass Menagerie

Tennessee Williams' semi-autobiographical work is still thought-provoking and fresh after 70 years.

Theater | Savage Umbrella's SPACE

Seeds of Change: A Portrait of the Hmong American

Multi-media artist Mike Hazard documents a year in the life of Hmong American farmers.

Museums & Galleries | Pioneer Endicott

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Trouble In Mind

Theater | Guthrie Theater

The Glass Menagerie

Theater | Savage Umbrella's SPACE

Seeds of Change: A Portrait of the Hmong American

Museums & Galleries | Pioneer Endicott

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Trouble In Mind

Theater | Guthrie Theater

The Glass Menagerie

Theater | Savage Umbrella's SPACE

Flint Hills International Children's Festival

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Trouble In Mind

Theater | Guthrie Theater

The Glass Menagerie

Theater | Savage Umbrella's SPACE

Flint Hills International Children's Festival

Special Events | Ordway Center for the Performing Arts

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