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"The Gun Show" by EM Lewis

at Off-Leash Art Box, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, March 21
FULL PRICE: $30
OFFER PRICE: $10

From a farming community in rural Oregon to the big cities of Los Angeles and New York, playwright EM Lewis takes aim at her own complicated relationship with firearms in "The Gun Show." Join Combusti... [more+]

From a farming community in rural Oregon to the big cities of Los Angeles and New York, playwright EM Lewis takes aim at her own complicated relationship with firearms in "The Gun Show." Join Combustible Company for a unique perspective and true stories about America’s most dangerous pastime. Poignant yet comedic, this surprisingly-intimate and brutally honest show leans neither right nor left and jumps into the middle of the debate and asks: “Can we have a conversation about this?” While firearms-related suicides continue to spike in Minnesota and across the country, partisan gridlock has largely blocked new policies that might reverse the trend. The diverging cultures of rural and urban America foster starkly different attitudes towards guns, further complicating efforts to find common ground. Against this backdrop, Ms Lewis’ deeply personal stories gives a human voice to both sides of a complicated issue. [less-]

Updated War Drama "Mother Courage and Her Children"

at The Lab Theater, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, March 21
Sun, March 24
Thu, March 28
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Thu, March 21
Sun, March 24
Thu, March 28
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FULL PRICE: $40
OFFER PRICE: $20

"Mother Courage and Her Children" is a scathing critique of profiteering through war and misfortune. As relevant today as when it was written, the drama follows a woman determined to make her living f... [more+]

"Mother Courage and Her Children" is a scathing critique of profiteering through war and misfortune. As relevant today as when it was written, the drama follows a woman determined to make her living from war at any cost. Over the course of the play, she loses all three of her children to the very war from which she tried to profit. This production at The Lab Theater in Minneapolis features a diverse ensemble, and presents a fresh perspective on this traditionally Euro-centric piece. Exposing the oft-unrecognized impacts of war on women, LGBTQ2A+, and indigenous, black and brown bodies, this work uplifts these voices, and empowers artists to connect to their own truth in this historical text. [less-]

Cantus: "When I Grow Up"

at Colonial Church of Edina, Edina
OFFER DATES:
Thu, March 21
FULL PRICE: $32
OFFER PRICE: $16

"What kind of person do I want to be? How do I find someone to share my life with? What happens when I make mistakes?" "When I Grow Up" explores the path of self-realization. From childhood through ad... [more+]

"What kind of person do I want to be? How do I find someone to share my life with? What happens when I make mistakes?" "When I Grow Up" explores the path of self-realization. From childhood through adulthood, Cantus reflects on the cycle of life. Exploring themes of adolescence, companionship, parenthood, masculinity, and morality, "When I Grow Up" considers how we come who we are. [less-]

Stage Adaptation of Willa Cather's "My Ántonia": An American Dream Come True

at Illusion Theater, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, March 21
Fri, March 22
Sat, March 23
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Thu, March 21
Fri, March 22
Sat, March 23
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FULL PRICE: $40 - $45
OFFER PRICE: COMP - $22

"My Ántonia" is an adaptation of Willa Cather’s novel of the same name, and tells the story of Ántonia Shimerda, a Czech immigrant who comes to Nebraska during the 1880s. The childhood memories of... [more+]

"My Ántonia" is an adaptation of Willa Cather’s novel of the same name, and tells the story of Ántonia Shimerda, a Czech immigrant who comes to Nebraska during the 1880s. The childhood memories of narrator Jim Burden are woven together with the struggles of his beloved neighbor, the newly arrived immigrant girl from Bohemia. The story of their ongoing friendship outlines the determination, hardship, and resilience of Great Plains life at the turn of the 20th century in this enchanting American classic that is a tribute to the human spirit. See it when Illusion Theater brings it to the stage in Minneapolis. [less-]

Love & Dating Sketch Comedy by Brave New Workshop

at Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, March 21
Sat, March 23
Thu, March 28
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Sat, March 23
Thu, March 28
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FULL PRICE: $25 - $28
OFFER PRICE: $12.50 - $14

Catch the love bug with Brave New Workshop’s new sketch comedy show that takes a hilarious look at dating, relationships and love in the time of dating apps. "Love and Other Social Diseases" is Brav... [more+]

Catch the love bug with Brave New Workshop’s new sketch comedy show that takes a hilarious look at dating, relationships and love in the time of dating apps. "Love and Other Social Diseases" is Brave New Workshop’s 300th show, and you know what they say: 300th time’s the charm -- in shows and Tinder matches! You'll fall in love with the talented cast as they showcase original, dating-themed scenes and sketches at Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre in Minneapolis. [less-]

Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Mikado" Updated

at Howard Conn Fine Arts Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Fri, March 22
Fri, March 29
FULL PRICE: n/a
OFFER PRICE: Sold Out

In Rick Shiomi's re-imagined version of "The Mikado", flirting is still declared a crime and punishable by death. Yet, there's a lot of flirting going on in the town of Ti-Tea-Pu, in the land of Engla... [more+]

In Rick Shiomi's re-imagined version of "The Mikado", flirting is still declared a crime and punishable by death. Yet, there's a lot of flirting going on in the town of Ti-Tea-Pu, in the land of England. In anticipation of the arrival of the monarch, The Mikado, a tailor has been appointed Lord High Executioner and must behead someone before his majesty arrives. The tailor himself is involved in a love triangle and attempts to set up his rival, Franki Poo, before he loses his own head. It’s all the fun and games of Gilbert and Sullivan, with a modern twist. In describing his vision for his retelling of this classic operetta, Rick Shiomi says, “Our re-imagined production of "The Mikado" will deconstruct the unfortunate stereotypes while still retaining the humor and classic music; getting at the heart of the universal human experience through the lens of our diverse contemporary American culture.” See this new production by the Gilbert and Sullivan Very Light Opera Company at the Howard Conn Fine Arts Center in Minneapolis. [less-]

"Little Women": Musical Adaptation of Beloved Novel

at The Loft Stage, Woodbury
OFFER DATES:
Fri, March 22
Sat, March 23
Sun, March 24
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Sat, March 23
Sun, March 24
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FULL PRICE: $22
OFFER PRICE: COMP - $12

Based on Louisa May Alcott's beloved American classic, this Civil War story of love and family stands the test of time. The timeless, captivating story of "Little Women" comes to life with music, pers... [more+]

Based on Louisa May Alcott's beloved American classic, this Civil War story of love and family stands the test of time. The timeless, captivating story of "Little Women" comes to life with music, personal discovery, laughter, heartache, hope and everlasting love. "Little Women" is the perfect musical for the whole family, embodying the complete theatrical experience of laughter, tears and a lifting of the spirit at The Loft Stage in Woodbury. [less-]

"Piano Man" -- Jerry Lee Lewis to Elton John

at Plymouth Playhouse, Plymouth
OFFER DATES:
Fri, March 22
FULL PRICE: $84
OFFER PRICE: $42

Phil Thompson, WCCO TV’s “Man About Town,” and special guest Scott Dorff on saxophone perform piano hits from Ray Charles’ “Hit the Road Jack,” Jerry Lee Lewis’ “Great Balls of Fire,... [more+]

Phil Thompson, WCCO TV’s “Man About Town,” and special guest Scott Dorff on saxophone perform piano hits from Ray Charles’ “Hit the Road Jack,” Jerry Lee Lewis’ “Great Balls of Fire,” and Nat King Cole’s “L‑O‑V‑E” through more contemporary artists like Elton John’s “Your Song” and Billy Joel’s “Piano Man.” Premium package includes a guaranteed center section seat, Phil's CD "Tunes with a Twist," and a bottle of water [less-]

Interactive Irish Comedy "Flanagan's Wake"

at The Cabaret @ Camp, St. Paul
OFFER DATES:
Fri, March 22
Sat, March 23
FULL PRICE: $26.50 - $34.50
OFFER PRICE: $16.50 - $19.50

The irreverent interactive show "Flanagan's Wake" transports you to the fictional Irish village of Grapplin. Local roustabout Flanagan has died, and the villagers have gathered to grieve as only the I... [more+]

The irreverent interactive show "Flanagan's Wake" transports you to the fictional Irish village of Grapplin. Local roustabout Flanagan has died, and the villagers have gathered to grieve as only the Irish can. Put your mourning face on, and get ready to participate in this partially improvised comedic memorial with plenty o' pints, crazy sing-alongs and witty tales based on your -- and other audience members' -- suggestions. After 16 successful years in Chicago and a run off-Broadway, "Flanagan's Wake" returns to Minnesota, taking the stage at Cabaret Theater at CAMP Bar. [less-]

"The Picture of Dorian Gray" as Narrative Dance

at Park Square Theatre, St Paul
OFFER DATES:
Fri, March 22
Sat, March 23
Sun, March 24
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Fri, March 22
Sat, March 23
Sun, March 24
Thu, April 04
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FULL PRICE: $40
OFFER PRICE: $20

Oscar Wilde's classic tale of narcissism, morality and everlasting beauty is brought to life in this full-length narrative dance production from Collide Theatrical Dance Company. A five-piece band and... [more+]

Oscar Wilde's classic tale of narcissism, morality and everlasting beauty is brought to life in this full-length narrative dance production from Collide Theatrical Dance Company. A five-piece band and two vocalists perform songs from female singer-songwriters from the '90s to today as 10 dancers — all female — bring this contemporary version of Wilde's haunting (and timely-as-ever) novel about the price of perfection. Experience this one-of-a-kind take on "The Picture of Dorian Gray" in the proscenium theater at Park Square Theatre in historic downtown St. Paul. [less-]

Folk Duo Lowland Hum

at Moon Palace Books, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Mon, March 25
FULL PRICE: $15
OFFER PRICE: $12

Lauren and Daniel Goans, who you will know as the married, world-traveling, singer/songwriting folk duo Lowland Hum, are making their fourth full-length record, "Glyphonic", in their studio apartment ... [more+]

Lauren and Daniel Goans, who you will know as the married, world-traveling, singer/songwriting folk duo Lowland Hum, are making their fourth full-length record, "Glyphonic", in their studio apartment on the top floor. As the world has continued to grow louder around them, Lowland Hum have spent their career refining the particular power of their self-imposed restraint. "Glyphonic" is the purest distillation of this thesis to date, setting about the difficult work of finding stillness and meaning in the midst of chaos: a collection of quietudes created and savored among all this present noisiness. The band has spent the last two years on the road in both the US and Europe with the likes of Josh Ritter, Penny and Sparrow, and The Oh Hellos. Over an expansive career, they've earned critical praise from NPR, "Paste", "Huffington Post", "American Songwriter", "The Washington Post" and more. 2019 will bring a headlining tour in support of the new album. See them live at The Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis. [less-]

"The Sweet Spot" Burlesque Variety Show

at Lush Bar, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Tue, March 26
Wed, March 27
FULL PRICE: $30
OFFER PRICE: $15

Pop-erotica show "The Sweet Spot" celebrates sexual expression in all its wondrous glory and vast variety at the Lush Bar in Minneapolis. This raucous stage show changes every three months with a fres... [more+]

Pop-erotica show "The Sweet Spot" celebrates sexual expression in all its wondrous glory and vast variety at the Lush Bar in Minneapolis. This raucous stage show changes every three months with a fresh new theme and performances that mash up spoken word, burlesque dance, comedy, DJ-spun tunes, live music, audience participation in fun games and more, all set to a hot Top 40 music mix. "The Sweet Spot"'s signature blend of high-energy entertainment makes for a thrilling show where adults of all persuasions can enjoy and engage with the erotic arts in a fun, safe and nonjudgmental atmosphere. [less-]

Newpoli With Mila Vocal Ensemble

at The Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, March 28
FULL PRICE: $18
OFFER PRICE: $14

Newpoli is a unique group with a powerful sound and a 21st-century take on their tradition that is beyond comparison. With exciting interpretations of traditional and originals that draw deeply from o... [more+]

Newpoli is a unique group with a powerful sound and a 21st-century take on their tradition that is beyond comparison. With exciting interpretations of traditional and originals that draw deeply from one of the world’s lesser known music traditions, Newpoli is Italy’s next inspiring interpreter of southern Italy’s taranta tradition. The group stirs up a mesmerizing sound that melds traditional Italian folk music, Greek and Turkish grooves, Mediterranean and Spanish colors, and a contemporary sensibility they call “Mediterranean Pulse - Ritmi della Terra.” The group is fronted by singers Carmen Marsico and Angela Rossi, a pair that "PopMatters" called “visual and musical cynosures with their contrasting looks and twining vocal lines.” For this concert at The Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis, you’ll hear the tamburello, played by virtuoso Fabio Pirozzolo, pounding out the heartbeat of Newpoli’s music. The two female singers will start up a wild, frenetic dance and you'll have a very hard time sitting still! The tempo is high, and the drama and passion can be heard in every note! [less-]

"Red Herring" at Sidekick Theatre at the Ives Auditorium

at Sidekick Theatre at the Ives Auditorium, Bloomington
OFFER DATES:
Sat, March 30
Sun, March 31
FULL PRICE: $36
OFFER PRICE: $18

"Red Herring" is a comedy by Michael Hollinger. Three love stories, a murder mystery, and a nuclear espionage plot converge in this comedy about marriage and other explosive devices. It's 1952: Americ... [more+]

"Red Herring" is a comedy by Michael Hollinger. Three love stories, a murder mystery, and a nuclear espionage plot converge in this comedy about marriage and other explosive devices. It's 1952: America's on the verge of the H-bomb, Eisenhower's on the campaign trail, and Senator Joe McCarthy's daughter just got engaged to a Soviet spy. A sharp-eyed look at love and tying (and untying, and retying) the knot. [less-]

Tantalus Quartet Classical Guitar Concert

at Sundin Music Hall at Hamline University, St Paul
OFFER DATES:
Sat, March 30
FULL PRICE: $25
OFFER PRICE: $12.50

The Minnesota Guitar Society will present the internationally known, US-based Tantalus Quartet in concert, as part of the Mid-America Guitar Ensemble Festival co-sponsored by the Society and by the Un... [more+]

The Minnesota Guitar Society will present the internationally known, US-based Tantalus Quartet in concert, as part of the Mid-America Guitar Ensemble Festival co-sponsored by the Society and by the University of Minnesota. Tantalus Quartet members are Minnesota native Kristian Anderson, Stephen Mattingly, Lynn McGrath, and Sungmin Shin. The program will include modern works written for guitar quartet by Roland Dyens, Clarice Assad, Phillip Houghton, and Tantalus founding member Kristian Anderson, as well as arrangements for four guitars of classical orchestral works by Johannes Brahms, Antonín Dvořák, and Ottorino Respighi. [less-]

Minnesota Wedding Guide Presents The Wedding Fair

at Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Sun, March 31
FULL PRICE: $20
OFFER PRICE: $10

As the premiere, and original bridal and wedding show in the Twin Cities, The Wedding Fair has a long-standing relationship with the best merchants in the market. The Wedding Fair brings wedding coupl... [more+]

As the premiere, and original bridal and wedding show in the Twin Cities, The Wedding Fair has a long-standing relationship with the best merchants in the market. The Wedding Fair brings wedding couples and those merchants together, for the perfect wedding experience. Your wedding should be perfect. Peace of mind is knowing that every merchant that you greet at The Wedding Fair adheres to a strict Code of Conduct. Explore, envision and plan! From the moment you enter The Wedding Fair, you will find everything for your special day: place settings, gowns, limousines, tuxedos, cakes, bridesmaid’s gowns, musicians, and more! Wondering what style is on-trend? From gowns to flowers, tuxedos to veils, they bring the high-style runway to you with a fashion show at 3:00pm, at the Minneapolis Convention Center. [less-]

The Holy Grail of Musical Comedies

at Ordway Center for the Performing Arts - Music Theater, Saint Paul
OFFER DATES:
Tue, April 02
Wed, April 03
Thu, April 04
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Wed, April 03
Thu, April 04
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FULL PRICE: $61 - $72
OFFER PRICE: $40 - $50

Always look on the bright side of life! "Monty Python's Spamalot", a Tony Award winner for Best Musical, lovingly winks at the legends of King Arthur, his Knights of the Round Table and the quest for ... [more+]

Always look on the bright side of life! "Monty Python's Spamalot", a Tony Award winner for Best Musical, lovingly winks at the legends of King Arthur, his Knights of the Round Table and the quest for the Holy Grail. Based on the cult classic film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail", this merry musical comedy joins King Arthur and his motley crew of knights as they embark on an outrageous quest for the Holy Grail. Flying cows, killer rabbits, taunting Frenchmen and show-stopping musical numbers are just a few of the reasons why audiences worldwide continue to eat up "Spamalot". Get ready to laugh up a storm when this silly version of mythical England rides into Saint Paul’s Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. [less-]

"Naked Girls Reading: Bedtime Stories"

at Gremlin Theater, St Paul
OFFER DATES:
Wed, April 03
FULL PRICE: $25 - $30
OFFER PRICE: $15 - $20

Grab a pillow and jump in bed with "Naked Girls Reading"'s "Bedtime Stories". The beauties with brains of Naked Girls Reading Twin Cities are baring more than just their behinds: reading everything yo... [more+]

Grab a pillow and jump in bed with "Naked Girls Reading"'s "Bedtime Stories". The beauties with brains of Naked Girls Reading Twin Cities are baring more than just their behinds: reading everything you were read or wished you were read when tucked into bed, including fairy tales, lullabies, scary stories, romance and erotica. Come discover their new space at The Gremlin Theatre, right next door to Lake Monster Brewing. Make sure to grab a beer and feel free to bring it into the theater! Readers include cast members Joy Coy, Stella Rosa and producer Queenie von Curves, with special guest Dahlia Dulce! Naked Girls Reading has been called “appropriately racy” by "Entertainment Weekly" and “the best thing to happen to books since they were put on tape” by Carson Daly. [less-]

Neil Diamond Tribute With Doug Allen Nash

at Le Musique Room, St. Michael
OFFER DATES:
Thu, April 04
FULL PRICE: $33.29
OFFER PRICE: $16.64

Get ready to sing along as only the music of Neil Diamond can make you when Nashville recording artist Doug Allen Nash and an A-list big band come to Le Musique Room in St. Michael. Doug has toured 87... [more+]

Get ready to sing along as only the music of Neil Diamond can make you when Nashville recording artist Doug Allen Nash and an A-list big band come to Le Musique Room in St. Michael. Doug has toured 87 countries with the USO, and features a special tribute to the American veterans in his show. This is truly an all-American concert. [less-]

Cities Wine Tasting

at Metropolitan Ballroom, Golden Valley
OFFER DATES:
Fri, April 05
FULL PRICE: $33
OFFER PRICE: $21 - $25

Stylish and expansive, Golden Valley's Metropolitan Ballroom provides an evening of wine and music with Cities Wine Tasting. Mingle with other wine lovers as you sample selections from more than 200 d... [more+]

Stylish and expansive, Golden Valley's Metropolitan Ballroom provides an evening of wine and music with Cities Wine Tasting. Mingle with other wine lovers as you sample selections from more than 200 domestic and imported wines. And when you find one you like, pick the brain of the wine rep to learn all about it. This is your chance to expand your palate and discover new vineyards to love. Pair the wine samples with live music and light appetizers (while they last) from D'Amico Catering. This event supports the St. Paul Jaycees. [less-]

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