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THE BOOK OF MORMON is the Winner of 9 Tony Awards including Best Musical! From Trey Parker and Matt Stone, four-time Emmy Award-winning creators of "South Park," and Tony Award-winner Robert Lopez, co-creator of the Tony Award-winning Best Musical Avenue Q, comes THE BOOK OF MORMON, a new Broadway musical that Jon Stewart of The Daily Show describes as, "a crowning achievement, so good it makes me angry" and by Entertainment Weekly as "the funniest musical of all time." Featuring choreography by Tony Award-winner Casey Nicholaw, THE BOOK OF MORMON Minneapolis is directed by Nicholaw and Parker. Don't miss your chance to see what Ben Brantley of The New York Times calls "the best musical of this century." Don't miss THE BOOK OF MORMON Minneapolis.
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.
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!
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).
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.
Langston Hughes' Black Nativity is a joyous account of the nativity told through scripture, verse, music and dance. Focusing on compassion, community and connectivity, the Harlem Renaissance poet's song-play, first performed in 1961, is a true Christmastime -- and Twin Cities -- tradition. A retelling of the Christmas story from an Afro-centric perspective, Black Nativity mixes text from the Gospel of Saint Luke with black vernacular. Kingdom Life Church Choir and a cast of children and adults brings this timeless story to life with music and dancing in this uplifting production for the whole family. Experience this moving story at St. Paul's Penumbra Theatre.
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.
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.
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.
An outlandish holiday favorite, Loyce Houlton's Nutcracker Fantasy remains one of Minnesota's most treasured traditions of the season. The story begins at a Christmas party in 19th-century Nuremberg, and unfolds through the eyes of Marie as her wizardly godfather, Drosselmayer, weaves a magical fantasy. His tale takes her on an extraordinary adventure to the Land of Snow and the Kingdom of the Sugar Plum Fairy. Experience the beautiful choreography of Loyce Houlton danced by Minnesota Dance Theatre company members, guests artists and children of the School, with the brilliant music of Tchaikovsky played by the 44-piece Nutcracker Orchestra and led by Philip Brunelle.
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.
Few singers have conjured the warm feelings of the Christmas season like Nat King Cole. Now you can relive the legend's velvety vocals and charm when Chicago sensation Evan Tyrone Martin (Jesus Christ Superstar) channels Cole for this Christmas concert that's sure to bring out the warm and fuzzy in you. The Chicago Tribune said Martin is "destined for stardom," and you'll see why as he takes you on Cole's personal journey, while dishing up a festive cocktail of hits including "L-O-V-E," "Mona Lisa," "The Christmas Song," and "All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth." Don't miss An Unforgettable Nat King Cole Christmas at Ames Center in Burnsville.
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.