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Jazz Musical "The Great Gatsby"

at Ritz Theater, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, November 15
Thu, November 15
FULL PRICE: $34
OFFER PRICE: $17

The talented cast of the ColliDe Theatrical Dance Company is putting on the ritz at the Ritz Theater in Minneapolis with their latest innovative production, which combines high-energy jazz dance, live... [more+]

The talented cast of the ColliDe Theatrical Dance Company is putting on the ritz at the Ritz Theater in Minneapolis with their latest innovative production, which combines high-energy jazz dance, live music and vocals. This modern re-telling of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic '20s-era novel follows the entertaining adventures of the fabulously wealthy Jay Gatsby, his lavish parties on Long Island and his love for the beautiful Daisy Buchanan, creating an affecting portrait of the American Dream. [less-]

Tom Goss: "Confessions of a Pocket Cub"

at The Cabaret @ Camp, St. Paul
OFFER DATES:
Thu, November 15
FULL PRICE: $15
OFFER PRICE: $12

Tom Goss and Actors Theater of Minnesota present "Confessions of a Pocket Cub"! Tom Goss is an indie singer-songwriter who mixes tender ballads with energetic folk/pop. A prolific writer and performer... [more+]

Tom Goss and Actors Theater of Minnesota present "Confessions of a Pocket Cub"! Tom Goss is an indie singer-songwriter who mixes tender ballads with energetic folk/pop. A prolific writer and performer, he has released seven albums and played a thousand shows across the US, Canada, and Europe to a growing group of dedicated fans. Tom has been compared to Brett Dennen and Mat Kearney -- but with a distinct voice shaped by his identity as a gay man and his unusual history. A college wrestler turned Catholic seminarian turned award-winning musician, Tom weaves his story throughout a performance that moves between intimate love songs and engaging anthems. Tom's songs have been heard on ABC, HBO, in several films, and his inventive music videos (“Son of a Preacher Man,” “Breath and Sound,” “Bears,” “Click”) which have been viewed more than eight million times. Tom has shared a stage with performers as diverse as Andy Grammer, Martha Wash, Taylor Dane, Steve Grand, Adrianne Gonzalez, Matt Alber and Catie Curtis, and he enjoys a particularly strong following in the LGBT community. A native of Wisconsin, Tom went to college in Missouri on a wrestling scholarship with plans to become a schoolteacher. A year of student teaching in Illinois changed his mind, but he still wanted to make a difference in the world -- so he decided to become a Catholic priest and moved to Washington DC to enter seminary. Disillusioned by his experiences there, and with a growing awareness that he was gay, Tom found himself in songwriting and performing. Currently based in Los Angeles, you can now see Tom live in St. Paul when he hits the stage at The Cabaret @ Camp. [less-]

Improv Showcase "Angels We Have Heard Are High"

at Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, November 15
Fri, November 16
Fri, November 23
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Thu, November 15
Fri, November 16
Fri, November 23
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FULL PRICE: $35 - $39
OFFER PRICE: $17.50 - $19.50

Join the hilarious comics at Brave New Workshop as they round out the group's 60th anniversary season with trademark holiday hilarity! "Angels We Have Heard Are High (O Holy Crap!)" features all-star ... [more+]

Join the hilarious comics at Brave New Workshop as they round out the group's 60th anniversary season with trademark holiday hilarity! "Angels We Have Heard Are High (O Holy Crap!)" features all-star performers Lauren Anderson, Denzel Belin, Doug Neithercott, and Taj Ruler. This holiday show typically is a hot ticket, so don't miss out on the yuletide fun. [less-]

"Present": T. Mychael Rambo's 1-Man Show

at Illusion Theater, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, November 15
Fri, November 16
Sat, November 17
FULL PRICE: n/a
OFFER PRICE: Sold Out

Twin Cities singer/actor T. Mychael Rambo has overcome a lot in his life: homelessness, addiction, personal loss, and a violent attack at gunpoint just this past summer. Never one to back down in the ... [more+]

Twin Cities singer/actor T. Mychael Rambo has overcome a lot in his life: homelessness, addiction, personal loss, and a violent attack at gunpoint just this past summer. Never one to back down in the face of adversity, he now brings his new solo musical to the stage and it’s full of positivity. In "Present", Rambo explores how he’s been present in his life with music, and how his songs and stories are a present he gives to audiences and loved ones. Give yourself the gift of a seat to see "Present" at Illusion Theater in Minneapolis. [less-]

"The Clean House"

at The Gremlin Theatre, Saint Paul
OFFER DATES:
Thu, November 15
Sun, November 18
FULL PRICE: $22
OFFER PRICE: $11

A cleaner who hates to clean, a doctor whose husband is struck down by love for a patient, and the quest for the perfect joke. Sarah Ruhl is a winner of the MacArthur Foundation Genius grant. Her play... [more+]

A cleaner who hates to clean, a doctor whose husband is struck down by love for a patient, and the quest for the perfect joke. Sarah Ruhl is a winner of the MacArthur Foundation Genius grant. Her plays include "Eurydice" and "In the Next Room, or The Vibrator Play." [less-]

The Church Basement Ladies in "You Smell Barn"

at Ames Center - Black Box Theatre, Burnsville
OFFER DATES:
Fri, November 16
Sat, November 17
FULL PRICE: $40 - $42
OFFER PRICE: $20

With plenty of crazy antics, loads of fresh laughs and spanking new original songs, "You Smell Barn" celebrates rural life in the 1950s. And, at the center of it all, are your favorite Church Basement... [more+]

With plenty of crazy antics, loads of fresh laughs and spanking new original songs, "You Smell Barn" celebrates rural life in the 1950s. And, at the center of it all, are your favorite Church Basement Ladies. In between picking eggs, milking cows, and dusting knickknacks, these steadfast, sturdy women congregate with some of the other lovable folks who inhabit their rural community. Whether you've seen several versions, or are new to the world of the basement, the seventh installment of the Church Basement Ladies series is a musical treat for all. Find out what kind of fun is cropping up in Fish County when the ladies take over the Black Box Theatre in Burnsville's Ames Center. [less-]

"Decades Collide": DJ Biz Markie & More

at Varsity Theater, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Fri, November 16
FULL PRICE: $15
OFFER PRICE: COMP

Danceability has always been an engine of pop music, but which decade -- the '80s or the '90s -- had the songs that can still make modern feet move? That very question will be answered in one night at... [more+]

Danceability has always been an engine of pop music, but which decade -- the '80s or the '90s -- had the songs that can still make modern feet move? That very question will be answered in one night at "Decades Collide" as DJ Biz Markie curates a stream of hits from both glorious eras. Markie, a beatboxer and rapper best known for his 1989 Top 10 song "Just a Friend," plays host and DJ over two sets while '80s and '90s cover bands take you on a nostalgic ride through some of the greatest and most influential songs of the decades. Dress in your best '80s and '90s gear, and get ready for a pop-culture throwback at this themed dance party at Varsity Theater in Minneapolis. [less-]

Katha Dance Theatre: "The Hungry Stones"

at The Cowles Center for Dance & the Performing Arts, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Fri, November 16
Sat, November 17
Sun, November 18
FULL PRICE: $28
OFFER PRICE: $14

Retelling epic legends through everything from dance and rhythm to music and mime, the ancient North Indian troupes called Kathakars traveled the countryside to entertain and tell stories. Now choreog... [more+]

Retelling epic legends through everything from dance and rhythm to music and mime, the ancient North Indian troupes called Kathakars traveled the countryside to entertain and tell stories. Now choreographer Rita Mustaphi and the artists of Katha Dance Theatre do the same with their award-winning 1994 dance-drama, "The Hungry Stones", reconstructed with new choreography and set design. Set in the form of fantastic reality, the story reflects the author's notion of indestructibility of our past and how ancient stones remain alive as a witness to history. See this engaging performance at the Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts in Minneapolis. [less-]

Fast-Paced Comedy: "All the Great Books (abridged)"

at The Cabaret @ Camp, St. Paul
OFFER DATES:
Fri, November 16
Sun, November 18
Fri, November 23
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Fri, November 16
Sun, November 18
Fri, November 23
Sat, November 24
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FULL PRICE: $25 - $30
OFFER PRICE: $15 - $25

From the playwrights that brought you "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)" comes the hilarious and wild "All the Great Books (abridged)". Join the professor, coach and student teache... [more+]

From the playwrights that brought you "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)" comes the hilarious and wild "All the Great Books (abridged)". Join the professor, coach and student teacher Molly as they attempt to get you through your English requirement hours before graduation and on the fast track to your diploma. This topsy-turvy and fast-paced comedy attempts to cover 89 of the best-known pieces of literature in one unforgettable evening. Filled with quick wit, crazy twists and literary jokes that are not limited to just the English majors. Featuring the talents of Laini Devin, Shana Eisenberg and Mitchel Vosejpka, "All the Great Books (abridged)" will have you laughing in the aisles of The Cabaret @ Camp in St. Paul. [less-]

Searching for Mom, Noel Finds Meaning of Christmas

at Ames Center - Proscenium Main Stage Hall, Burnsville
OFFER DATES:
Sat, November 17
Sat, November 17
Sun, November 18
FULL PRICE: $33 - $43
OFFER PRICE: $18 - $23

It's a hectic holiday season for young Noel: She's landed a starring role in her school's Christmas pageant, but as she tries to prepare for her big day on stage her mother goes missing! Noel sets out... [more+]

It's a hectic holiday season for young Noel: She's landed a starring role in her school's Christmas pageant, but as she tries to prepare for her big day on stage her mother goes missing! Noel sets out into the city to try and track her mother down and makes some unexpected friends along the way. Chief among them is Nick, a cynical homeless man who believes the world has forgotten the true meaning of Christmas. As he helps Noel find her mother, the girl's bright innocence and unwavering faith inspire him to find new hope for himself and the world. [less-]

An Evening with John Gorka

at The Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Sat, November 17
FULL PRICE: $25
OFFER PRICE: $20

Iconic singer-songwriter John Gorka kicked off 2018 with a brand-new studio album, "True in Time." It's an engaging, personal album that shows the full range of Gorka’s artistry, exhibiting his spir... [more+]

Iconic singer-songwriter John Gorka kicked off 2018 with a brand-new studio album, "True in Time." It's an engaging, personal album that shows the full range of Gorka’s artistry, exhibiting his spirited acoustic guitar playing, insightful lyrics and wry, witty storytelling. Gorka continues to find new insights in the commonplace, beauty in the ordinary, the twist of bitter in the sweet, all delivered with one of the most distinctive folks voices of our time. [less-]

New Play "The 4 Seasons"

at The Lab Theater, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Sun, November 18
Sat, November 24
Sun, November 25
+ 1 more dates
Sun, November 18
Sat, November 24
Sun, November 25
Sun, December 02
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FULL PRICE: $32
OFFER PRICE: $16

The Moving Company (formerly Theatre de la Jeune Lune, winner of the 2005 Tony Award for Regional Theater) returns to the Lab this fall with the premiere of their work, "The 4 Seasons". The Moving Com... [more+]

The Moving Company (formerly Theatre de la Jeune Lune, winner of the 2005 Tony Award for Regional Theater) returns to the Lab this fall with the premiere of their work, "The 4 Seasons". The Moving Company is devoted to creating new and imaginative theater that is grounded in the present, rooted in its creators' shared past and always questioning the possible. You won't want to miss "The 4 Seasons" (Vivaldi's classical music, a luxurious hotel? Come and find out). [less-]

Beach Boy Brian Wilson: "The Christmas Album Live!"

at The Orpheum Theatre, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Wed, November 28
FULL PRICE: $83
OFFER PRICE: $45

Legendary singer-songwriter, composer, record producer and co-founding member of the Beach Boys Brian Wilson is coming to the stage of the Orpheum in Minneapolis. For the first time Wilson and his cra... [more+]

Legendary singer-songwriter, composer, record producer and co-founding member of the Beach Boys Brian Wilson is coming to the stage of the Orpheum in Minneapolis. For the first time Wilson and his crack band of musicians and vocalists, along with longtime bandmates Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin, will be performing "The Beach Boys' Christmas Album" in its entirety along with cuts from his solo Christmas album and other holiday fan favorites. Brian Wilson is a Kennedy Center Honors recipient, a Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee, a multiple Grammy winner, and a U.K. Music Hall of Fame inductee. As a member of The Beach Boys, Wilson was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and honored with The Recording Academy’s Lifetime Achievement Award. [less-]

"Naked Girls Reading: Hot Dish!"

at The Cabaret @ Camp, St. Paul
OFFER DATES:
Wed, November 28
FULL PRICE: $15
OFFER PRICE: $10

Let’s be honest: in this time of Twitter rants and binge TV, it can be hard to pick up a book. Luckily, there’s a group of women who will read to you -- oh yeah, and they’re naked, if that does ... [more+]

Let’s be honest: in this time of Twitter rants and binge TV, it can be hard to pick up a book. Luckily, there’s a group of women who will read to you -- oh yeah, and they’re naked, if that does anything for you. Yep, "Naked Girls Reading" is not only a real thing, it’s been called “the best thing to happen to books since they were put on tape” by Carson Daly and “appropriately racy” by "Entertainment Weekly". With "Hot Dish!", these beauties with brains will be reading selections from delicious works of literature -- and eating delicious foods. Don’t miss it at The Cabaret at Camp Bar in Saint Paul. [less-]

Afro-American Gospel Holiday Celebration

at Penumbra Theatre, St. Paul
OFFER DATES:
Thu, November 29
Fri, November 30
Sat, December 01
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Fri, November 30
Sat, December 01
Sat, December 01
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FULL PRICE: $40
OFFER PRICE: $20

Set in a modern African-American church on Christmas Day, filled with testifying deacons, sanctified ladies and down-home preaching, "Black Nativity" takes us on a journey back to the Bethlehem of Mar... [more+]

Set in a modern African-American church on Christmas Day, filled with testifying deacons, sanctified ladies and down-home preaching, "Black Nativity" takes us on a journey back to the Bethlehem of Mary and Joseph. Harlem Renaissance poet-playwright Langston Hughes authored this one-act musical retelling of the Christmas story from an Afro-centric perspective. Featuring African costumes, moving songs of worship, magnificent choreography and old-fashioned spirituals, the song-play explores the depths of cultural identity, pride and unity within the African-American community. Adapted by Robert John Connor with musical direction by Sanford Moore, "Black Nativity" brings the spirit of the season to St. Paul's Penumbra Theatre. [less-]

Schubert Club's International Artist Series

at Ordway Center Concert Hall, St. Paul
OFFER DATES:
Sat, December 01
FULL PRICE: $24 - $58
OFFER PRICE: $12 - $29

The Schubert Club's International Artist Series hosts local and international recital soloists and ensembles who perform everything from Mozart to fresh new music pieces. With vocalists, pianists, cel... [more+]

The Schubert Club's International Artist Series hosts local and international recital soloists and ensembles who perform everything from Mozart to fresh new music pieces. With vocalists, pianists, cellists, guitarists, violinists and much more, The Schubert Club concerts at Ordway Center Concert Hall in Minneapolis offer a revolving lineup of exciting new music to experience at both daytime and nighttime concerts. [less-]

"A Year with Frog and Toad": Youth Performance

at Howard Conn Fine Arts Center, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Sat, December 01
Sat, December 01
Sun, December 02
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Sat, December 01
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Sat, December 08
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FULL PRICE: $15
OFFER PRICE: $7.50

"A Year With Frog and Toad" tells the story of the friendship between two dissimilar pals -- one happy-go-lucky and one not-so-much -- as they adventure through the seasons, performed by young actors.... [more+]

"A Year With Frog and Toad" tells the story of the friendship between two dissimilar pals -- one happy-go-lucky and one not-so-much -- as they adventure through the seasons, performed by young actors. You'll watch with joys as they sled down snowy hills, plant spring flowers, splash in summer swimming holes and makes piles autumn leaves. Along the way, they'll learn to accept one another, warts and all. Adapted from Arnold Lobel's classic kids' books, this Youth Performance Company production at the Howard Conn Fine Arts Center is set to a clever, jazzy score and recommended for all ages. [less-]

"Elf The Musical": A Modern Holiday Classic

at Ordway Center for the Performing Arts - Music Theater, Saint Paul
OFFER DATES:
Wed, December 05
Thu, December 06
Sun, December 09
FULL PRICE: $66 - $85
OFFER PRICE: $53.60 - $68

Take a hilarious hit movie, add in some seriously impressive song-and-dance numbers, and tie a big Broadway bow around it, and you've got the sweet family treat known as "Elf the Musical". Fasten your... [more+]

Take a hilarious hit movie, add in some seriously impressive song-and-dance numbers, and tie a big Broadway bow around it, and you've got the sweet family treat known as "Elf the Musical". Fasten your sleigh belts for a fun ride that follows the story of Buddy, who as a little boy mistakenly crawls into Santa's bag of gifts and is transported back to the North Pole, where he's raised as an elf. He grows up unaware that he's an actual human, but his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities eventually force him to face the truth. With Santa's permission, Buddy sets off on a journey to New York to find his birth father, discover his true identity and help the city remember the true meaning of Christmas -- and this sparkling holiday show, coming to the stage of St. Paul's Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, will no doubt do the same for you and yours. [less-]

A Rollicking Holiday Comedy

at The Cabaret @ Camp, St. Paul
OFFER DATES:
Thu, December 06
Fri, December 07
Sun, December 09
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Thu, December 27
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FULL PRICE: $27
OFFER PRICE: $22

Overflowing with Minnesotan Christmas spirit, "A Hunting Shack Christmas" is an original play by local playwright Jessica Lind Peterson. On the eve of his 10th wedding anniversary, Charlie heads up no... [more+]

Overflowing with Minnesotan Christmas spirit, "A Hunting Shack Christmas" is an original play by local playwright Jessica Lind Peterson. On the eve of his 10th wedding anniversary, Charlie heads up north to his hunting shack to reassess his life. To his surprise, he arrives to find his shack occupied by his estranged uncle, Big Paul, Paul’s girlfriend June, and June’s grown son, Ham. An ill-timed snowstorm leaves the whole group stuck together to try to settle their differences and enjoy Christmas. Enjoy this rollicking holiday comedy at The Cabaret @ Camp in St. Paul. [less-]

"Who Brought the Humbug?"

at The Lab Theater, Minneapolis
OFFER DATES:
Thu, December 06
Sun, December 09
Thu, December 13
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Thu, December 06
Sun, December 09
Thu, December 13
Sun, December 16
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FULL PRICE: $30
OFFER PRICE: $15

From Ricci Milan, the artistic director that brought you "Rhythmic Circus" comes a new holiday show. Jam packed with funky horns, soulful harmonies, sophisticated tap dance and your favorite holiday c... [more+]

From Ricci Milan, the artistic director that brought you "Rhythmic Circus" comes a new holiday show. Jam packed with funky horns, soulful harmonies, sophisticated tap dance and your favorite holiday characters wound into the family friendly mystery that is, "Who Brought the Humbug?" This brand new theatrical production debuts at the Lab Theater this December. Tap into the season! [less-]

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