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Love Song Cabaret

at The Cabaret @ Camp, St. Paul
OFFER DATES:
Mon, October 23
Mon, October 30
FULL PRICE: $15 - $25
OFFER PRICE: $7 - $13

If you've ever fallen in love, had your heart crushed, or met that person you can't stop thinking about, then you know the feeling. The highs, the lows, the strength it gives you and the ways it makes... [more+]

If you've ever fallen in love, had your heart crushed, or met that person you can't stop thinking about, then you know the feeling. The highs, the lows, the strength it gives you and the ways it makes you vulnerable. The Twin Cities' best cabaret singers grapple with songs about commitment, the excitement of love, seeing the worst in someone you love, and everything in between. From their expressions and the twinkle in their eyes, you may realize you have much more in common with the performers than you think. Share the love at CAMP Bar's Cabaret Theater in St. Paul with "LOVE! LOVE?" [less-]

"Uncle Floyd Improv": A Monthly Comedy Show

at The Cabaret @ Camp, St. Paul
OFFER DATES:
Wed, October 25
FULL PRICE: $16
OFFER PRICE: $8

Every month, the "Uncle Floyd Improv" comedy show barrels into The Cabaret at Camp with plenty of "Yes, and ..." hilarity. Some of St. Paul's most go-there improvisers step up to the stage together to... [more+]

Every month, the "Uncle Floyd Improv" comedy show barrels into The Cabaret at Camp with plenty of "Yes, and ..." hilarity. Some of St. Paul's most go-there improvisers step up to the stage together to explore the more jubilantly juvenile side of comedy. They'll revel in all things immature -- from unscripted, low-brow humor to ad libbed fart jokes. Check your grown-up cares and concerns at the door; you haven't laughed this hard and unabashedly since your high school cafeteria days. [less-]

Jim Crow Drama "Wedding Band"

at Penumbra Theatre, St. Paul
OFFER DATES:
Thu, October 26
Fri, October 27
Sat, October 28
+ 1 more dates
Thu, October 26
Fri, October 27
Sat, October 28
Sat, October 28
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FULL PRICE: $40
OFFER PRICE: $20

A frank depiction of a forbidden interracial love affair remains provocative stuff to put onstage in this day and age; imagine the stir it caused when Alice Childress' "Wedding Ban" did it in 1962. Th... [more+]

A frank depiction of a forbidden interracial love affair remains provocative stuff to put onstage in this day and age; imagine the stir it caused when Alice Childress' "Wedding Ban" did it in 1962. This intricate examination of race, class and politics tells the story of a black seamstress and a white baker who wish to marry in the Jim Crow South. This couple will risk security and safety for love at the Penumbra Theatre in St. Paul. [less-]

Prohibition-era Americana Musical "Sam's Son"

at Art House North, Saint Paul
OFFER DATES:
Thu, October 26
Fri, October 27
Sat, October 28
FULL PRICE: $22 - $27
OFFER PRICE: $12 - $15

Step back into the days of bootleggers with some complimentary draft root beer and German pretzels as you take in the new Prohibition-era Americana musical "Sam's Son". In a tale loosely inspired by t... [more+]

Step back into the days of bootleggers with some complimentary draft root beer and German pretzels as you take in the new Prohibition-era Americana musical "Sam's Son". In a tale loosely inspired by the Bible's story of Samson, the unnaturally strong Sam Jr. and his reverend father are forced to reckon with hard truths when a Prohibition agent comes to town in search of dark secrets. A handful of musicians provide a live soundtrack on the piano, mandolin, banjo and upright bass for this production at Art House North -- a 100 year old former church in St. Paul's West Seventh neighborhood. [less-]

Fast-Paced Physical Comedy "Flavio Betrayed"

at Lyric Arts Main Street Stage, Anoka
OFFER DATES:
Thu, October 26
Fri, October 27
Sat, October 28
+ 1 more dates
Thu, October 26
Fri, October 27
Sat, October 28
Sun, October 29
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FULL PRICE: $26
OFFER PRICE: $13

Throwing in some modern flair to this traditional commedia, "Flavio Betrayed" is a convoluted romantic tale that follows our protagonist Flavio, whose best friend is trying to steal his woman. At the ... [more+]

Throwing in some modern flair to this traditional commedia, "Flavio Betrayed" is a convoluted romantic tale that follows our protagonist Flavio, whose best friend is trying to steal his woman. At the same time, her father is trying to marry her off to someone well past his prime ... still following? This fast-paced physical comedy at the Lyric Arts Main Street Stage is loaded with disguise, deceit, insults, romance, friendship, and plenty of stinky cheese. [less-]

"Guardians of the Fallacy": Super Comedians Team Up to Bring Laughs

at Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, October 26
FULL PRICE: $25
OFFER PRICE: $10 - $12.50

In a time when facts are flimsy and rivals are formed on social media every day, it's up to the "Guardians of the Fallacy" to bring laughter to the world. Featuring Brave New Workshop cast members Lau... [more+]

In a time when facts are flimsy and rivals are formed on social media every day, it's up to the "Guardians of the Fallacy" to bring laughter to the world. Featuring Brave New Workshop cast members Lauren Anderson, Denzel Belin, Ryan Nelson, Tom Reed and more, the Guardians are coming with non-stop entertainment that promises to weaponize your funny bone. Don't miss this super night of comedy from these caped crusaders! [less-]

Laugh It Up With National & Local Stand-Ups

at Joke Joint, St. Paul
OFFER DATES:
Thu, October 26
Fri, October 27
Fri, October 27
+ 17 more dates
Thu, October 26
Fri, October 27
Fri, October 27
Sat, October 28
Sat, October 28
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Fri, November 03
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Sat, November 04
Sat, November 04
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FULL PRICE: $14 - $21
OFFER PRICE: COMP - $10.50

Laughter and charm are in full effect at the Joke Joint, where chandeliers and an ornate balcony create elegant old-time atmosphere. The comedians, however, are as up-to-the-minute as they come, a hea... [more+]

Laughter and charm are in full effect at the Joke Joint, where chandeliers and an ornate balcony create elegant old-time atmosphere. The comedians, however, are as up-to-the-minute as they come, a heady stew of nationally touring headliners and local stand-up stalwarts. A full bar is stocked with martinis, margaritas and other concoctions, with a beer list that ranges from domestics to hopped-up microbrews. And the menu of chicken tenders, fried ravioli and other pub-grub fare will ensure that the relentless belly laughs do not exhaust you. Pop on into the Joke Joint in Saint Paul, and feel your spirits lift. [less-]

Musical Adaptation of "Madagascar"

at The Phipps Center for the Arts, Hudson
OFFER DATES:
Fri, October 27
Sat, October 28
Sat, October 28
+ 1 more dates
Fri, October 27
Sat, October 28
Sat, October 28
Sun, October 29
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FULL PRICE: $25
OFFER PRICE: COMP - $13

This faithful musical adaptation of the hilarious DreamWorks animated film is filled with outlandish characters, adventure, and an upbeat score. Alex the lion is the king of the urban jungle, the main... [more+]

This faithful musical adaptation of the hilarious DreamWorks animated film is filled with outlandish characters, adventure, and an upbeat score. Alex the lion is the king of the urban jungle, the main attraction at New York's Central Park Zoo. He and his best friends -- Marty the zebra, Melman the giraffe, and Gloria the hippo -- have spent their whole lives in blissful captivity before an admiring public and with regular meals provided for them. Not content to leave well enough alone, Marty lets his curiosity get the better of him and makes his escape -- with the help of some prodigious penguins -- to explore the world. They find themselves on an unexpected journey to the madcap world of King Julien's Madagascar. This delightful production of "Madagascar", which features students in grades 10-12, makes its way to The Phipps Center for the Arts in Hudson. [less-]

Costume Contest at Halloween Bar Crawl

at Shout House, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Fri, October 27
FULL PRICE: $15
OFFER PRICE: $7.50

Hit the hottest haunts in Minneapolis for gift cards, drink specials and a costume contest with a $500 grand prize! The Halloween Bar Crawl starts at Shout House and takes you door to door between han... [more+]

Hit the hottest haunts in Minneapolis for gift cards, drink specials and a costume contest with a $500 grand prize! The Halloween Bar Crawl starts at Shout House and takes you door to door between hangouts, trick-or-treating for a great time. Post a picture of your costume to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with hashtags #BeSocial and #Minneapolis for your chance to win; include your costume selection or Halloween movie lines with your picture to increase your chances. Part of the proceeds from your Halloween bash benefit a local charity. [less-]

Contemporary Ballet With Minnesota Dance Theatre

at The Cowles Center for Dance & the Performing Arts, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Fri, October 27
Sat, October 28
Sun, October 29
FULL PRICE: $36
OFFER PRICE: $18

This fall at The Cowles Center, Minnesota Dance Theatre turns its focus to the future. Honoring the company's longstanding commitment to the cultivation of new dances, MDT Artistic Director Lise Hoult... [more+]

This fall at The Cowles Center, Minnesota Dance Theatre turns its focus to the future. Honoring the company's longstanding commitment to the cultivation of new dances, MDT Artistic Director Lise Houlton has commissioned three world premieres pairing beloved local artists and innovators with MDT's exceptionally versatile performers. Drawing from their extensive performing experience with such respected local companies as James Sewell Ballet, TU Dance and Black Label Movement as well as their own distinctive aesthetic exploration, choreographers Penelope Freeh, Darwin Black and Elayna Waxse will each create a never-before-seen work for an evening that promises to be an electrifying and eclectic celebration of the Twin Cities' vibrant dance community. [less-]

Classic Opera "Orpheus in the Underworld"

at Howard Conn Fine Arts Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Fri, October 27
Sat, October 28
Fri, November 03
+ 3 more dates
Fri, October 27
Sat, October 28
Fri, November 03
Sat, November 04
Fri, November 10
Fri, November 17
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FULL PRICE: $22
OFFER PRICE: $11

A hilarious, satiric adaptation of one of the pillars of Greek mythology, "Orpheus in the Underworld" comes to vibrant life courtesy of the The Gilbert & Sullivan Very Light Opera Company. The source ... [more+]

A hilarious, satiric adaptation of one of the pillars of Greek mythology, "Orpheus in the Underworld" comes to vibrant life courtesy of the The Gilbert & Sullivan Very Light Opera Company. The source of the infamous "Can-Can" music, this production based on the original work from Jacques Offenbach and filtered through Gilbert's distinctly British style, focuses on character-based humor and topical satire. Don't miss this entertaining opera where, in the song of Eurydice, "Pleasure is for all time!" [less-]

"The Murder Room": Comic Crime-Thriller Spoof

at Discovery Auditorium, Buffalo
OFFER DATES:
Fri, October 27
Sat, October 28
Sun, October 29
FULL PRICE: $16
OFFER PRICE: $8

If Monty Python were tasked with rewriting an Agatha Christie murder mystery, the results wouldn't be half as funny as "The Murder Room", where "murder most foul" becomes "mayhem most farcical." Mavis... [more+]

If Monty Python were tasked with rewriting an Agatha Christie murder mystery, the results wouldn't be half as funny as "The Murder Room", where "murder most foul" becomes "mayhem most farcical." Mavis Templeton Hollister returns to her small estate in northern England only to find her husband, Edgar, waiting to greet her ... which is slightly distressing, considering she murdered him earlier. She quickly "finishes the job" but Edgar's disappearance sets off a remarkable zany chain of events. Plodding police inspectors, mysterious hidden compartments, dim-witted relatives and noisy servants all make "The Murder Room" an utterly charming place to be. Buffalo Community Theater brings this "killer" comedy from prolific playwright Jack Sharkey to the Discovery Auditorium stage. [less-]

A Body Positive Halloween Burlesque Experience

at The Cabaret @ Camp, St. Paul
OFFER DATES:
Sat, October 28
FULL PRICE: $24
OFFER PRICE: $12

A scary yet raunchy kind of situation, "Big Bad and Bloody Burlesque" takes body positive to a whole new level. This wild Halloween show is a special one-night only event with devilish delights. Big B... [more+]

A scary yet raunchy kind of situation, "Big Bad and Bloody Burlesque" takes body positive to a whole new level. This wild Halloween show is a special one-night only event with devilish delights. Big Bad Burlesque has all types of sensual characters both thick and thin, and wants to show you that you don't need to be a size two to be sexy too. The pun-tastic Smokey Throbinson leads this show at the Cabaret Theater at CAMP Bar, where you'll have a ghoulishly good time with plenty of blood, beauty and boobs -- a surefire start to your Halloween season. [less-]

"Spooky Science!": Hands-On Halloween Fun

at The Bakken Museum, South Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Sat, October 28
FULL PRICE: $8 - $12
OFFER PRICE: $4 - $6

Visit the Bakken Museum in South Minneapolis for "Spooky Science!", an in-depth exploration of science, technology, engineering, art and math topics with hands-on activities and partner demonstrations... [more+]

Visit the Bakken Museum in South Minneapolis for "Spooky Science!", an in-depth exploration of science, technology, engineering, art and math topics with hands-on activities and partner demonstrations. The museum is getting spooky this October with interactive learning that'll make you scream. Make creepy crafts like masks and monsters, star in a scary story or puppet show, see in the dark with black lights, lasers, glow-in-the-dark fun and more. [less-]

Dance-Musical Adaptation of "Dracula"

at Ritz Theater, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Sat, October 28
Wed, November 01
Thu, November 02
FULL PRICE: $34
OFFER PRICE: $17

A troupe of 10 talented dancers, two vocalists and a live band revive the chilling vamp at the center of Bram Stoker's classic novel "Dracula", in this new jazz-dance musical at The Ritz Theater in Mi... [more+]

A troupe of 10 talented dancers, two vocalists and a live band revive the chilling vamp at the center of Bram Stoker's classic novel "Dracula", in this new jazz-dance musical at The Ritz Theater in Minneapolis. The tale of the lusty Transylvanian count who terrorizes London in the late 19th century, and his nemesis Harker's attempt to keep him away from his beloved Mina, has been updated to present-day New York City, and features a pop score with songs by Bon Jovi, Nirvana and the Foo Fighters. [less-]

Mexican Jazz-Rockers Troker in Concert

at The Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Mon, October 30
FULL PRICE: $20
OFFER PRICE: $16

If Salvador Dalí had ever made a heist movie, then Mexico's Troker would have been the soundtrack. Troker's sound careens between the sublime and the dangerous, turning on a dime from precise and com... [more+]

If Salvador Dalí had ever made a heist movie, then Mexico's Troker would have been the soundtrack. Troker's sound careens between the sublime and the dangerous, turning on a dime from precise and complex to wild and free. The six-piece group has created a blend of both composed and improvised songwriting, where metal riffage merges with powerhouse funk drumming and DJ scratching -- where melodic horn lines pull from both jazz and mariachi traditions. Troker knows what it takes to move a crowd. Find out for yourself with this concert at The Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis. [less-]

"Iron Fork": Chef Competition, Food, Cocktails & More

at International Market Square, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, November 02
FULL PRICE: $35
OFFER PRICE: $17.50

Lovers of fine food and fine cocktails from across the Twin Cities will converge on the International Market Square in Minneapolis for this year's edition of "Iron Fork", emceed by Chef Seth Bixby Dau... [more+]

Lovers of fine food and fine cocktails from across the Twin Cities will converge on the International Market Square in Minneapolis for this year's edition of "Iron Fork", emceed by Chef Seth Bixby Daugherty of Real Food Initiatives. Watch the most reputable food truck chefs in the industry take center stage in a fierce competition to see who can create the most appetizing dish incorporating a secret ingredient. There will also be a competition of some of the city's top bartenders to see who will be named "Absolut Mixologist." All this cooking is sure to whet your appetite, and you'll be in the right place -- more than 25 of the area's top restaurants will be on hand with samples, including foodie favorites like Red Stag Supper Club, Pinstripes, Sea Salt, Bryant Lake Bowl and more. Plus, there'll be samples of featured beer, wine and liquor. [less-]

Threads Dance Project: "Uncertain Reality"

at The Cowles Center for Dance & the Performing Arts, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Fri, November 03
Sat, November 04
FULL PRICE: $29
OFFER PRICE: $14.50

Threads Dance Project's 10th Season show promises an exciting evening of all-new works. Artistic Director Karen L. Charles taps into her previous career as a computer analyst and mathematician to insp... [more+]

Threads Dance Project's 10th Season show promises an exciting evening of all-new works. Artistic Director Karen L. Charles taps into her previous career as a computer analyst and mathematician to inspire her new work, "Uncertain Reality". The dance explores the concept of Chaos Theory as it relates to the world we live in. Human beings fear chaos despite its existence all around us -- in trees, rivers and our own human biological system. Charles will show the complexity and beauty of chaos through movement and interactive technological imagery, in collaboration with projection artist Miko Simmons. "Uncertain Reality" will invite the audience into a chaotic world necessary for our existence at The Cowles Center for Dance & the Performing Arts in Minneapolis. [less-]

Israeli Artists Yael Deckelbaum & Tamar Eisenman

at The Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Fri, November 03
FULL PRICE: $18
OFFER PRICE: $14.40

Two of Israel's most talented singer-songwriters team up for a powerful double bill of eclectic world music and female empowerment at The Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis. Along with appearing as ... [more+]

Two of Israel's most talented singer-songwriters team up for a powerful double bill of eclectic world music and female empowerment at The Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis. Along with appearing as a solo artist, Israeli/Canadian singer-songwriter Yael Deckelbaum also gained fame as a member of the award-winning Israeli group Habanot Nechama, a reggae-soul-folk trio of female vocalists, whose platinum-selling self-titled debut album features the hit single "So Far." With her haunting voice, Deckelbaum brings a modern soul and folk influence to her sound while also calling back to her roots in Israel. Jerusalem-born, New York-based guitar virtuoso Tamar Eisenman blends blues, rock and folk into a high-powered pop mix that's made her one of Israel's favorite female artists. The singer-songwriter has five English-language studio discs under her belt, though her latest, '15's "Limbo", was recorded in Hebrew. [less-]

"Connections": James Sewell Ballet With the Ahn Trio

at The O'Shaughnessy, Saint Paul
OFFER DATES:
Fri, November 03
Sat, November 04
Sun, November 05
FULL PRICE: $20
OFFER PRICE: $10

Minnesota's own James Sewell Ballet and the acclaimed Ahn Trio join creative forces at The O'Shaughnessy in Saint Paul. The sisters in the trio -- pianist Lucia, violinist Angella and cellist Maria --... [more+]

Minnesota's own James Sewell Ballet and the acclaimed Ahn Trio join creative forces at The O'Shaughnessy in Saint Paul. The sisters in the trio -- pianist Lucia, violinist Angella and cellist Maria -- embrace 21st century classical music with flare and style. Meanwhile, the contemporary ballet troupe has earned a reputation for innovative live music and dance performances. Together, they'll present "Connections", a vibrant program combining artistic excellence with intelligence and humor. [less-]

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