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This comedy of camaraderie follows four fearless hunters on their annual trek to deer camp. After 15 years of similar hunting trips into these Minnesota woods, the guys still haven't brought home a single deer. And this season they need to prove themselves to their wives and bring one home, or else there will be no more trips allowed in the future. But it's just not that easy when drinking beer trumps freezing in a deer stand. This Actors Theater of Minnesota production of Deer Camp: The Musical features hilarious songs about wives, grunt horns, coupon clipping, beer, bingo players and more. Come on out to The Cabaret at CAMP Bar and laugh along as these "mighty" hunters hatch a plan to bring home a deer by any means necessary.
Celebrate the most memorable Disney tales with all your favorite characters in Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure at the Xcel Energy Center. Join Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald, Goofy and Daisy on a journey to the timeless worlds of Disney's The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, Peter Pan and Disney's Frozen. You and your family will explore the African Pride Lands with Simba, Timon and Pumbaa, voyage deep under the sea to Ariel's mystical underwater kingdom and tour London from above the rooftops with Peter Pan and Wendy before flying to Neverland to meet up with Tinker Bell. Plus, travel to Arendelle for an extraordinary adventure with sisters Anna and Elsa, rugged mountain man Kristoff and everyone's favorite huggable snowman Olaf, as they journey to discover that true love is the most magical power of all. Upbeat music, lovable characters and unforgettable moments make Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure an experience your family will cherish forever!
Democracy can be pretty rough sometimes -- and that's never been more apparent than in the 2016 presidential election. But after over a year of twists and turns, arguments and emails, short fingers versus long fingers, the performers at Brave New Workshop are here to help you laugh the campaign pain away with their political satire show, Lady and the Trump. Nobody knows what bizarre and ridiculous things will happen as the presidential nominees duke it out for the White House, but one thing's for sure: everything and everyone will be satirized in this show at Minneapolis' Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre.
With a setting straight out of the bootlegging days of Boardwalk Empire and characters who'd feel right at home in Breaking Bad, 105 Proof or, the Killing of Mack "the Silencer" Klein is a tale of small-town ambition, big-time greed, outright violence and bootleg whiskey. The story starts in a small Illinois town, where Jonathan finds out his grandfather has a side business making whiskey out of the general store. Soon the mob wants a piece of the action, and that's when things get rough for the young bootlegger. The play debuted at the 2015 Minnesota Fringe Festival, prompting City Pages critic Ed Huyck to say, "105 Proof isn't just one of the best shows of the Fringe. It's one of the best shows of the year." See the drama unfold at Illusion Theater in Minneapolis.
Part myth, part science fiction, Carlyle Brown's Finding Fish takes place in a future when food is scarce and the oceans have been nearly depleted of fish. But one fisherman on the Maine Coast keeps bringing in the catch. Could his luck have anything to do with his strange new wife? Does his despondent father know anything? The people in power would do anything to find out, especially "The Committee," who has sent the fisherman's brother to reel him -- and his secrets -- in. Nature and weather are central characters in this compelling new drama about sustainability premiering at the Illusion Theater in Minneapolis.
It's the 1970s, and regular cabs won't travel to the Pittsburgh Hill District. So the residents have to turn to each other, leading to the dramatic exploits of a group of men hustling to make a living as jitneys -- unofficial, unlicensed cab drivers. Jitney is the '70s installment of Pulitzer-winning playwright August Wilson's renowned cycle of 10 plays depicting African-American life in the 20th century. In this explosive play, a ragtag group of men work in a jitney cab company where tensions run high as the city threatens to shut it down to make room for redevelopment. The station owner Becker has other things to worry about, as his son Booster is about to be released from prison after 20 years. Other characters include the motor-mouthed Turnbo who meddles in the lives of his fellow drivers; Youngblood, a Vietnam War veteran and his girlfriend Rena; and Shealy, a numbers-taker who uses the station as his base. This gripping portrait of African-American life, penned by one of America's greatest writers, is onstage at St. Paul's Penumbra Theatre.
Get ready to see Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo and Darth Vader like never before -- singing and dancing across the stage! George Lucas -- or at least an actor playing him -- will be your guide as you blast off to a galaxy far, far away with May the Musical Be With You: an unauthorized, song-filled parody of Star Wars Episode IV -- A New Hope. Whether you first boarded the Millennium Falcon in 1977 or you're a second generation Jedi, you can relive all your favorite moments in this fun-filled show at the Mounds Theatre in Saint Paul.
The youth stage production of Kathryn Erskine's National Book Award-winning novel Mockingbird is coming to the Howard Conn Fine Arts Center in Minneapolis. This vibrant and moving play tells the story of a young girl on the autism spectrum who changes a community. 11-year-old Caitlin used to rely on her older brother to help make sense of things. But now that he's gone, she's all on her own. With the support of her advisor, father and a new reading buddy, Caitlin begins to understand how to get close to people again, embrace the "messiness" of emotions and use her burgeoning artistic talents to move on. Erskine's Mockingbird has been adapted for the stage by Julie Jensen, a recipient of the Kennedy Center Award for New American Plays.
Defined by hit shows like The Book of Mormon, Kinky Boots, Fun Home, School of Rock, Hamilton and In the Heights, a new generation of Broadway shows is redefining the possibilities of musical theater. Now, the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts' popular Broadway Songbook series pays tribute to these modern classics with REBELS! on Broadway. Assembling a cast of some of the Twin Cities' most talented singers, this concert features favorite songs, anecdotes and stories from Broadway's hottest shows, and will have you singing and laughing along all night.
A bridal party in Saudi Arabia, Bedouin folklore and Egyptian music come together in this magical desert story set in the Middle East. Jawaahir Dance Company's Shoma is set during a henna party on the eve of a bride's marriage. Shoma entertains the guests with a Bedouin folktale about Muna, a shepherdess who gets lost in a sandstorm and awakens in a mystical garden filled with fantastic plants and animals. Written by Arabian dance specialist Kay Hardy Campbell, the dance theater piece is steeped in Gulf Folklore and features live music, choreography by Jawaahir's Artistic Director Cassandra Shore, Karim Nagi in a leading role and the company's talented dancers. Travel to a distant land and immerse yourself in Arabian culture at the Lab Theater in the Warehouse District.
An affectionate and hilarious look back at the golden age of vaudeville, Neil Simon's The Sunshine Boys has been a crowd-pleaser since it premiered on Broadway in 1972. The comedy centers around Lewis and Clark, two longtime entertainment partners whose career and friendship came to a sudden and acrimonious end over a decade ago. Now Clark's nephew convinces the former duo to resurrect their most famous routine for a TV special on the history of comedy, and hijinks ensue as the cantankerous coots try to work together despite their feud. This production from the Buffalo Community Theater will be staged at the Discovery Auditorium.
A biting dark comedy and gut-wrenching psychological portrait of the breakdown of a marriage, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? sees one of theater's most notoriously dysfunctional couples draw a younger pair into their bitter, twisted games. As cocktails flow on the campus of a small New England college, the younger couple find themselves caught in the crossfire of a savage marital war. Featuring cruel mind games and razor-sharp dialogue, Edward Albee's equally hilarious and harrowing masterpiece won both the 1963 Tony Award and 1963 New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Play. The caustic, devastating tale comes to the Ames Center in Burnsville.