This new musical based on the book by Jessica Lind Peterson follows the story of Allison and Jake: newlyweds whose lives are torn apart by a tragic accident. It’s a story of the uncertainty of life, human resilience and the power of choice. Recommended for adults. $23-$27. Times vary. Yellow Tree Theatre, 763.493.8733
Arts & Performance
This program teaches you how to track revenues and expenses, make projections and more to help you make your artistic ventures financially successful ones. This event is put on in collaboration with Springboard for the Arts and Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Adults. Free. 2-4:30 p.m. 612.543.5669
MacPhail’s Sonomento and the Adath Jeshurun Congregation’s Synagogue Choir is collaborating with the Twin Cities’ Jewish Chorale to perform the Minnesota premiere of Ernest Bloch’s greatest choral work, Avodat HaKodesh (Sacred Service). These local choirs of over ninety combined voices will perform the Minnesota premiere of Ernest Bloch’s unique and transcendent choral cantata, Avodat HaKodesh (“Sacred Service”) in Hebrew.
Learn about artists who teach, at a PechaKucha Sunday, Jan. 20, 6pm. Art Force will host the free, open-to-public event at 1400 Van Buren St. NE. In this fast-paced format, artists show and explain work with 20 slides in 20 seconds each.
The Twin Cities Bead Bazaar, a semi-annual gathering of artists, crafters, jewelry designers and stone lovers, will be held once again at the Eisenhower Community Center in Hopkins, MN. The show is hosted and organized by Edina's own Dakota Stones and Goody Beads.
Minnetonka Center for the Arts is excited to offer quality arts education for kids ages 5-15 through our Summer Arts Camp program. Registration opens mid-February, and camps run June 10 through August 23, with full and half day camps in a wide variety of visual arts programming:
watercolor / acrylics / tempera paints / mixed-media / papier-mâché / mosaic / printmaking / stone carving / book arts / fiber arts / jewelry making / photography / clay handbuilding / potter’s wheel / sculpture / drawing / comic arts / glass fusing / and more!
Hear iconic songs like “Honeysuckle Rose,” “Sweet Sue,” and “Ain’t We Got Fun” alongside instrumental selections, as this program takes you back to America’s most transformative and mythical era.
Jerry Rubino, piano; Greg Keel, saxophone; Paul Babcock, drums; Tom Pieper, bass
Andrea Leap and Joey Clark
Tickets may be purchased by calling 612.767.5250.
Inspired by a real event, this original musical tells a sweeping tale of love and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the American South in the 1920s and ‘40s.Bright Star unfolds as a rich tapestry of deep emotion and beautiful melodies. It's both refreshingly genuine and daringly hopeful .
THE TRUTH: An exhibition of paintings by Remo Campopiano at the California Building
WHEN: Friday, May 18th, 5 - 10pm; Saturday, noon - 8pm; Sunday, noon - 5pm.
WHERE: First floor of the California Building, 2205 California St. NE, Studio 99, across from Mojo Coffee
Minneapolis, MN—Remo Campopiano, MFA, will be exhibiting a series of experimental paintings dealing with beauty, truth and lies. In these paintings he explores how great minds in history understand the difference between what is real and what is fake.