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"Immaculate Heart"

at The Crane Theater, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Mon, September 23
Thu, September 26
Fri, September 27
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Mon, September 23
Thu, September 26
Fri, September 27
Sat, September 28
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FULL PRICE: $20
OFFER PRICE: $10

Freshwater Theatre proudly presents a world premiere from Freshwater Co-Artistic Director Ruth Virkus: "Immaculate Heart." When Marina meets shy, devout Clare at a beginners’ knitting class, they ha... [more+]

Freshwater Theatre proudly presents a world premiere from Freshwater Co-Artistic Director Ruth Virkus: "Immaculate Heart." When Marina meets shy, devout Clare at a beginners’ knitting class, they have an immediate connection, changing Clare’s world and putting them on a collision course with Father Paul, forcing all three to confront their natures in ways none of them expect. Set in and around the confessional of a parish church, "Immaculate Heart" is an exploration of sexual identity on the asexual spectrum, faith and privilege. [less-]

"Pray the Gay Away": A True Life Coming Out Comedy

at The Cowles Center for Dance & the Performing Arts, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Wed, September 25
Fri, September 27
Sat, September 28
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Wed, September 25
Fri, September 27
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FULL PRICE: $36.50
OFFER PRICE: $18.25

"Pray the Gay Away" tells the story of Michael and Zach Zakar coming out to their mother, who is a potty-mouthed, gay-hating, devout Catholic. This hilarious off-Broadway production takes a comedic lo... [more+]

"Pray the Gay Away" tells the story of Michael and Zach Zakar coming out to their mother, who is a potty-mouthed, gay-hating, devout Catholic. This hilarious off-Broadway production takes a comedic look at the Arab-American twins’ journey from awkward and closeted teenagers to sexually active men who are out and proud. A collection of outrageous characters helps the Detroit Twins navigate the twisted paths of their first hook-up, creating a Grindr profile, discovering they accidentally slept with the same man, dating, jail, and of course the Bible! [less-]

Brave New Workshop Presents "Shame of Thrones: Stupidity War"

at Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, September 26
Fri, September 27
Sat, September 28
+ 9 more dates
Thu, September 26
Fri, September 27
Sat, September 28
Sat, September 28
Thu, October 03
Fri, October 04
Sat, October 05
Sat, October 05
Thu, October 10
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Sat, October 12
Sat, October 12
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FULL PRICE: $25 - $36
OFFER PRICE: $12.50 - $18

Follow our intrepid heroes (Lauren Anderson, Denzel Belin, Doug Neithercott, and Taj Ruler) as they prepare for epic battle against the most dangerous enemy of all: SHAME. Can they survive cancel cult... [more+]

Follow our intrepid heroes (Lauren Anderson, Denzel Belin, Doug Neithercott, and Taj Ruler) as they prepare for epic battle against the most dangerous enemy of all: SHAME. Can they survive cancel culture, social media, and the self-loathing that accompanies just being Minnesotan? Join the guilt-trip of a lifetime at the BNW’s hilarious and all-new sketch comedy show, "Shame of Thrones: Stupidity War"! This is BNW's 301st comedy revue since its founding in 1958. [less-]

The Looney Lutherans: "Young(ish) at Heart"

at Ames Center - Black Box Theatre, Burnsville
OFFER DATES:
Fri, September 27
Tue, October 01
Wed, October 02
+ 6 more dates
Fri, September 27
Tue, October 01
Wed, October 02
Thu, October 03
Fri, October 04
Fri, October 04
Sat, October 05
Sun, October 06
Tue, October 08
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FULL PRICE: $30 - $38
OFFER PRICE: $20 - $25

Ginger Johnson, Bella Anderson and Lois Jenson didn't just come up with their own hotdish-centric diet plan -- they also came up with a rap to help you remember how to "Eat Like a Lutheran." Between t... [more+]

Ginger Johnson, Bella Anderson and Lois Jenson didn't just come up with their own hotdish-centric diet plan -- they also came up with a rap to help you remember how to "Eat Like a Lutheran." Between that, some dishtowel aerobics and a fast-paced game of "Potluck," you'll come away from this comedy klatch with enough Midwestern life tips to make you say "Uff-da!" [less-]

MN Guitar Society: Levante Guitar Duo

at Sundin Music Hall at Hamline University, St Paul
OFFER DATES:
Fri, September 27
FULL PRICE: $25
OFFER PRICE: $12.50

The Levante Guitar Duo (Aleksandra and Vojislav Ivanovic) from Serbia has performed all over Europe. Their concert for our series, their first appearance in Minnesota, will be part of their second tou... [more+]

The Levante Guitar Duo (Aleksandra and Vojislav Ivanovic) from Serbia has performed all over Europe. Their concert for our series, their first appearance in Minnesota, will be part of their second tour of the US. Their performances feature the original compositions and arrangements of Vojislav Ivanovic, which combine elements of jazz with traditional and contemporary classical music. Sundin Music Hall is one of the finest music venues in the US, with great sight-lines and wonderful acoustics. [less-]

Hawktail with Nickel & Rose

at The Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Fri, September 27
FULL PRICE: $18
OFFER PRICE: $9

Hawktail crafts a beautiful and evocative blend of roots music. Combining fiddle, guitar, string bass, and mandolin, they unearth deep emotions from the wood of each. With individual members performin... [more+]

Hawktail crafts a beautiful and evocative blend of roots music. Combining fiddle, guitar, string bass, and mandolin, they unearth deep emotions from the wood of each. With individual members performing with Crooked Still, Live from Here, and the Punch Brothers, Hawktail is a rare gathering of talent and a joy to hear. Brittany Haas (fiddle), Paul Kowert (bass), and Jordan Tice (guitar) own the sweat equity of a decade spent stoking the fires of their passion project. Haas, whose 2004 self-titled release instantly became the touchstone for a generation of old-time fiddlers, has since lent her sound to Crooked Still, Live From Here, Michael Daves - and David Rawlings, where she plays alongside Kowert, well known as Punch Brothers’ virtuosic bass player. Tice is a rare guitar player whose music showcases his unique identity and a particular knack for tune-writing. Haas Kowert Tice was a special road they could travel together. Where communication was intuitive, then innovative. Where musical curiosity was boundless and inspiring for each as writers, players, and friends. [less-]

Four Bitchin' Babes Present Hormonal Imbalance v2.5

at Ames Center - Proscenium Main Stage Hall, Burnsville
OFFER DATES:
Fri, September 27
FULL PRICE: $40
OFFER PRICE: $21.50

The Four Bitchin’ Babes are an original “Babes Brand” of musical theater with a 25 year career on-stage and in-studio, releasing multiple recordings and a full length DVD. These four accomplishe... [more+]

The Four Bitchin’ Babes are an original “Babes Brand” of musical theater with a 25 year career on-stage and in-studio, releasing multiple recordings and a full length DVD. These four accomplished, seasoned musician-actress-comediennes take turns in the spotlight, filling it with whimsical songs and shtick, presenting the hippest and most luxurious girl group harmonies “evah!” With guitars, bass, piano and Irish Bodhran, this rollicking renegade sorority of gal pals use their exquisite wit and sophisticated (never blue) humor, creating an amazing evening of cabaret/Broadway ‘esque original entertainment. [less-]

The Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society: "Night of the Classics"

at North Garden Theater, St Paul
OFFER DATES:
Sun, September 29
FULL PRICE: $20
OFFER PRICE: $10 - $12

The Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society presents a night of two classic and legendary radio shows. "The House in Cypress Canyon" from Suspense, originally broadcast December 5th, 1946. The joy of a... [more+]

The Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society presents a night of two classic and legendary radio shows. "The House in Cypress Canyon" from Suspense, originally broadcast December 5th, 1946. The joy of a new home turns to terror when a husband and wife hear strange cries in the night. "Casting The Runes" from Escape, originally broadcast November 19th, 1947. A skeptical history scholar becomes the victim of a medieval curse. Is it black magic or a figment of his imagination? The Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society specializes in live re-creations of crime, suspense and horror stories from golden age of radio, including classic tales from Lights Out, Suspense, Quiet Please, and more. Each show is performed in the style of a vintage radio broadcast, complete with commercials breaks, live sound effects, and eerie music. [less-]

Halloween Double Feature: "Spoon River" & "Edgar Allan Poe"

at Harriet Alexander Nature Center, Roseville
OFFER DATES:
Fri, October 04
Sat, October 05
Sun, October 06
+ 3 more dates
Fri, October 04
Sat, October 05
Sun, October 06
Fri, October 11
Sat, October 12
Sun, October 13
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FULL PRICE: $12 - $20
OFFER PRICE: COMP - $10

This Halloween double feature brings you two spooky one act plays performed inside the beautiful Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville, Minnesota.... [more+]

This Halloween double feature brings you two spooky one act plays performed inside the beautiful Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville, Minnesota. [less-]

Bucket Brigade presents: "Big, Little Monster"

at Art House North, Saint Paul
OFFER DATES:
Fri, October 04
Sat, October 05
Sat, October 05
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Fri, October 04
Sat, October 05
Sat, October 05
Fri, October 11
Sat, October 12
Sat, October 12
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FULL PRICE: $12 - $20
OFFER PRICE: $6 - $10

Bucket Brigade presents a monstrously fun, silly and surprisingly moving new musical for humans of all ages! All humans know that monsters are scary, but a lesser-known fact is that monsters are never... [more+]

Bucket Brigade presents a monstrously fun, silly and surprisingly moving new musical for humans of all ages! All humans know that monsters are scary, but a lesser-known fact is that monsters are never, EVER scared. Then why is Jr. Monster afraid for his first day of Fright School? And can he find the courage to do what no monster has ever dared? A new musical reminding all of us who struggle with fear and anxiety that we're not alone. [less-]

Sequoyah Murray With Special Guest

at Moon Palace Books, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Sat, October 05
FULL PRICE: $10
OFFER PRICE: $5

At 22, Sequoyah Murray has already honed a sophisticated sound. His music is expansive -- think modern soul and art pop but crossing genres.... [more+]

At 22, Sequoyah Murray has already honed a sophisticated sound. His music is expansive -- think modern soul and art pop but crossing genres. [less-]

Comedian Steve Hofstetter

at Laugh Camp Comedy Club, St Paul
OFFER DATES:
Sun, October 06
FULL PRICE: Coming Soon
OFFER PRICE: Sold Out

One of YouTube's most popular comics with over 150 million views, Steve Hofstetter is also the host of "Finding Babe Ruth" on FS1. Hofstetter was the host and executive producer of season one of "Laug... [more+]

One of YouTube's most popular comics with over 150 million views, Steve Hofstetter is also the host of "Finding Babe Ruth" on FS1. Hofstetter was the host and executive producer of season one of "Laughs" (Fox) and he has been on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and "E! True Hollywood Story," "Comics Unleashed," "Comedy All-Stars," "Quite Frankly," "White Boyz in the Hood," "Countdown" and more. Now is your chance to find out what the fuss is about during this no-holds-barred stand-up performance, featuring some of his unfiltered observations about life. [less-]

Comedian Steve Hofstetter

at Goonie's Comedy Club, Rochester
OFFER DATES:
Mon, October 07
FULL PRICE: $20
OFFER PRICE: $10

One of YouTube's most popular comics with over 150 million views, Steve Hofstetter is also the host of "Finding Babe Ruth" on FS1. Hofstetter was the host and executive producer of season one of "Laug... [more+]

One of YouTube's most popular comics with over 150 million views, Steve Hofstetter is also the host of "Finding Babe Ruth" on FS1. Hofstetter was the host and executive producer of season one of "Laughs" (Fox) and he has been on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and "E! True Hollywood Story," "Comics Unleashed," "Comedy All-Stars," "Quite Frankly," "White Boyz in the Hood," "Countdown" and more. Now is your chance to find out what the fuss is about during this no-holds-barred stand-up performance, featuring some of his unfiltered observations about life. [less-]

Comedian Steve Hofstetter in Duluth

at Dubh Linn Brew Pub, Duluth
OFFER DATES:
Tue, October 08
FULL PRICE: $20
OFFER PRICE: $10

One of YouTube's most popular comics with over 150 million views, Steve Hofstetter is also the host of "Finding Babe Ruth" on FS1. Hofstetter was the host and executive producer of season one of "Laug... [more+]

One of YouTube's most popular comics with over 150 million views, Steve Hofstetter is also the host of "Finding Babe Ruth" on FS1. Hofstetter was the host and executive producer of season one of "Laughs" (FOX), and he has been on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and E! "True Hollywood Story, Comics Unleashed, Comedy All-Stars, Quite Frankly, White Boyz in the Hood, Countdown", and more. Now is your chance to find out what the fuss is about during this no-holds-barred stand-up performance, featuring some of his unfiltered observations about life. See him at the Dubh Linn Brew Pub in Duluth. [less-]

Samite With Special Guest

at The Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Wed, October 09
FULL PRICE: $15
OFFER PRICE: $7.50

Samite is one of East Africa’s most celebrated peacemakers, flutists, and vocalists, often accompanied by kalimba, marimba and litungu.... [more+]

Samite is one of East Africa’s most celebrated peacemakers, flutists, and vocalists, often accompanied by kalimba, marimba and litungu. [less-]

"An Evening With C.S. Lewis" Starring David Payne

at Ames Center - Proscenium Main Stage Hall, Burnsville
OFFER DATES:
Thu, October 10
Fri, October 11
FULL PRICE: $60
OFFER PRICE: $30

The year is 1963 and C.S. Lewis, the famous British author, is hosting a group of American writers at his home near Oxford. They are about to experience a captivating evening with a man whose engaging... [more+]

The year is 1963 and C.S. Lewis, the famous British author, is hosting a group of American writers at his home near Oxford. They are about to experience a captivating evening with a man whose engaging conversation and spontaneous humor made him one of the great raconteurs of his day. Seated in his living room and in front of a warm fire, he recalls the people and events that inspired his thoughts and shaped his life; of his friendship with J.R.R. Tolkien; why he nearly abandoned the "Narnia Chronicles"; how he came to embrace Christianity; and of the American woman who turned his life upside down. ​ Described by critics as "Extraordinary!," "A Must See!" and "A Master Class!," "An Evening With C.S. Lewis" has proved again and again to be an enthralling theatrical experience and one which has led many thousands to discover (or rediscover) the continuing impact of a man who died over 50 years ago and whose collected works made him one of the literary giants of the 20th century. [less-]

Cantus presents "One Giant Leap"

at Westminster Hall, Westminster Presbyterian Church, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, October 10
FULL PRICE: $32
OFFER PRICE: $16

The “engaging” ("New Yorker") men’s vocal ensemble Cantus is widely known for its trademark warmth and blend, innovative programming and riveting performances of music ranging from the Renaissan... [more+]

The “engaging” ("New Yorker") men’s vocal ensemble Cantus is widely known for its trademark warmth and blend, innovative programming and riveting performances of music ranging from the Renaissance to the 21st century. "The Washington Post" has hailed the Cantus sound as having both “exalting finesse” and “expressive power” and refers to the “spontaneous grace” of its music making. "The Philadelphia Inquirer" called the group nothing short of “exquisite.” History is filled with stories of daring innovators who had the audacity to dream of one day conquering the sky. The moon, stars, and the tapestry of the night sky are all responsible for some of humanity’s oldest legends and mysteries. In "One Giant Leap", Cantus explores and celebrates the allure of upward exploration, the triumph of the human spirit, and striving for excellence through innovation and technology. [less-]

"Runaway Learning Machine"

at Hanifl Performing Arts Center, White Bear Lake
OFFER DATES:
Fri, October 11
Sat, October 12
Sat, October 12
+ 1 more dates
Fri, October 11
Sat, October 12
Sat, October 12
Sun, October 13
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FULL PRICE: $10 - $20
OFFER PRICE: $5 - $10

"Runaway Learning Machine" is an original play from a book of the same title. "Runaway Learning Machine" is Jim Bauer's life story of growing up in the 1950s and '60s with undiagnosed dyslexia and str... [more+]

"Runaway Learning Machine" is an original play from a book of the same title. "Runaway Learning Machine" is Jim Bauer's life story of growing up in the 1950s and '60s with undiagnosed dyslexia and struggling through a "try harder" educational system. This is a unique opportunity to see the work of a playwright who also directed this production! ​Mark Rosenwinkel is the Artistic Director of Concordia University of St. Paul and is an accomplished actor and director. This production will also raise awareness for dyslexia and will have other events. This production will be at the Hanifl Performing Arts Center in White Bear Lake. [less-]

Minnesota Dance Theatre Presents "Fall Season"

at The Lab Theater, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Fri, October 11
Sat, October 12
Sun, October 13
+ 3 more dates
Fri, October 11
Sat, October 12
Sun, October 13
Fri, October 18
Sat, October 19
Sun, October 20
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FULL PRICE: $50
OFFER PRICE: $25

A pair of world-premiere works highlight MDT's latest production - including a new piece called __Cyclical Rave_ by Zach Manske, who's actually too young to toast his own opening. The 20-year-old has ... [more+]

A pair of world-premiere works highlight MDT's latest production - including a new piece called __Cyclical Rave_ by Zach Manske, who's actually too young to toast his own opening. The 20-year-old has been dubbed the real-life Billy Elliot, since starring in that touring production at the tender age of 13. But you may also recognize him from his performance as the Prince in "Loyce Houlton’s Nutcracker Fantasy". [less-]

Joanne Shenandoah With Special Guest

at The Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Fri, October 11
FULL PRICE: $18
OFFER PRICE: $9

Singer, composer, and acoustic guitarist Joanne Shenandoah is one of America’s most celebrated Native American musicians.... [more+]

Singer, composer, and acoustic guitarist Joanne Shenandoah is one of America’s most celebrated Native American musicians. [less-]

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