Location: Chautauqua Fine Arts Center, 8000 75th Street North. Mahtomedi, MN
Arts & Performance
Perceptions of Norway seeks to expand common perceptions of Norwegians and their culture. Through the eyes of a fellow American, photographer Nancy Bundt — an expat residing in Norway for 25 years — guests to the exhibit will be able to witness the photos and stories of a diverse group of Norwegians.
On display now-June 10 at Norway House.
Summerfest is an outdoor concert event. We are in our 9th year producing a great evening of music, food, and drink to the White Bear Lake and surrounding communities.
Twin Cities Ballet of Minnesota is excited to announce the World Premiere of its all-new original full-length rock ballet, The Wall, with live music by the band Run Like Hell! This groundbreaking event—a Minnesota first—features an incredible collaboration of local artists: choreographers, dancers, painter, and musicians, and demonstrates TCB’s artistic vision and its dancers’ versatility.
Cities Cabaret Artists Network (TCCAN) presents its 2nd
The Maplewood Area Historical Society (MAHS) brings theatrical entertainment with a side of hotdish to the Bruentrup Heritage Farm. MAHS will present the family-friendly comedy trio, THE LOONEY LUTHERANS, in “Livin’ La Vida Lutheran,” a show cooked up by one of the writers from the hit CHURCH BASEMENT LADIES musicals. THE LOONEY LUTHERANS are three wacky gals who are promoting their new (fictional) cookbook with the use of music, comedy, audience interaction and a bit of wisdom for living a healthy life, “the Lutheran way!” (But you don’t have to be Lutheran to love ‘em!) The variety sho
Disney’s PETER PAN JR. is playing at Central Middle School’s Community Auditorium on March 31st at 6:30 p.m., April 1st at 6:30 p.m. and April 2nd at 2:00 p.m. The beloved musical, designed for middle-school aged performers, is based on the play by J.M. Barrie and the 1953 Disney film. The Lincoln Elementary cast and crew contains approximately 150 students in 1st-5th grade led by a team of parent and teacher volunteers.
December 1–2 Friends of the Minnesota Orchestra transform the atrium, lobby and mezzanine of Orchestra Hall into a hub of eight to nine activity stations where kids and parents can partake in arts and crafts and learn about this year’s production of Peter and the Wolf, given life and humor on stage by prop-assisted actors, while also trying out the instruments they’ll soon be hearing—no extra charge. All ages. $12. Start times vary; check online for details.
November 12 and 19 For its two remaining Saturdays in November, this series features several up-and-coming artists from Minnesota and New York who show off their stuff at Pillsbury House Theatre in South Minneapolis. Now in its 19th year, the series features different artists and performers each night. This year, the event will include a tribute to former participant and spoken word artists Kirk Washington, who died in a car accident last year. Arrive early at 8 p.m. and share a meal with the artists before the show at no extra cost. Ages 16 and up. 8 p.m.–midnight. $15.
the past 8 years, St. Mary of the Lake has hosted this exciting
community outdoor summer concert event right in the heart of White Bear
Lake. This year’s event will feature the acclaimed Martin Zellar and
the Hardways, with special guests, the Whiskey Plates.