Minnesota Supreme Court Justice David Lillehaug | Photo by Eliesa Johnson

Sweet Justice

Minnesota Supreme Court Justice David Lillehaug has long supported marriage equality, intellectually. Now, he reveals emotions that resonate well beyond the letter of the law.

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Thurgood

The life of Thurgood Marshall, the US Supreme Court's first Black justice, is the subject of this self-described epic play.

Theater | Illusion Theater

Random Walks and Chance Encounters

Minneapolis-based artist Harriet Bart and Boston-based artist Yu-Wen Wu come to the Minnesota Museum of American Art to create a unique multimedia installation during a month-long residency.

Museums & Galleries | MMAA Project Space

Zoot Suit Riots

The infamous Los Angeles race riots of 1943 are the backdrop for this musical set in an integrated jazz dance club. The show includes two vocalists, a live swing band, and ten professional dancers.

Benefits & Fundraisers | The Lab Theater

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Telling: Minnesota 2015

Theater | Guthrie Theater

Thurgood

Theater | Illusion Theater

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Girl Shorts 2015

Theater | People's Center Theatre

The Manchurian Candidate

Opera | Ordway Center for the Performing Arts

Pentatonix

Music | Orpheum Theatre

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Pekka Kuusisto & Dermot Dunne

Classical & Choral | Ordway Center for the Performing Arts

Girl Shorts 2015

Theater | People's Center Theatre

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