Arts & Performance

Kids' Art Studio

Help your little Picasso learn more about art. Using high-quality materials and techniques used by professional artists, children will learn to draw, sculpt, collage and more. This after-school program is a great way for children to use their energy in a creative environment and develop artistic skill. Open to kindergarten through third grade. 952.401.6800. Read more about Kids' Art Studio

Welcome Spring Concert

In celebration of the Music Association of Minnetonka’s 40th anniversary, the Welcome Spring Concert will include many of the association’s orchestras, choruses and choirs. The event features talented musicians, young and old, with Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony as the highlight. 952.401.5954. Read more about Welcome Spring Concert

The True Story of the Three Little Pigs

Order in the court! Stages Theatre Company puts the classic Three Little Pigs character, the big bad wolf, on trial. Based on the children’s book of the same title, this musical comedy will have you laughing and grooving. Plus, the ending is all up to you—in this staging, the audience will decide the fate of the big bad wolf. Check website for matinee times. 952.979.1111. Read more about The True Story of the Three Little Pigs

Steel Magnolias

Steel Magnolias follows six Southern women as they go through life’s trials and triumphs. Laugh and cry as they mull over questions of life, death, family and everything in between. 7:30 p.m. Weekday matinees 1:30 p.m., Sunday matinees 2 p.m. 952.474.5951. Read more about Steel Magnolias

Once

The 2012 Tony Award-winner for best musical, Once tells the story of a Dublin street musician trying to get by. Frustrated and down, he is ready to surrender his musical aspirations until he finds the girl of his dreams. As their relationship deepens, his music soars, and it becomes apparent that there is more to their connection than simply romance.  Read more about Once

Sing-along Sound of Music

The hills are alive at this fun event, where audience members are invited to sing along with the familiar tunes of Sound of Music. The classic film will be projected on a giant screen, with subtitles for the audience to interact and jump into the action. Costumes are encouraged; prizes will be given for the best costumes in a contest occurring a half hour prior to each show.  Read more about Sing-along Sound of Music

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