Arts & Performance
Theatre 301 is pleased to present the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play by Neil Simon, Lost in Yonkers.
Drawing on Neil Simon’s experiences growing up in New York City, his comedic drama, Lost in Yonkers tells a story of flawed yet captivating characters that speaks so powerfully to the human condition. Set during World War II, the play’s themes, including survival, the importance of family, and acceptance, remain relevant to contemporary life. Read more about Theatre 301 presents "Lost in Yonkers"
Enjoy a fantastic view of the lake and food from Bayside Grille while listening to local musicians. Savor the laid-back atmosphere or participate in the open jam nights yourself. 8:30 p.m.-midnight. Bayside Grille, 687 Excelsior Blvd., Excelsior; 952.474.1113; bayviewevent.com Read more about Bayside Grille Open Jam Nights
Multi-talented Minnetonka musican-brothers Daniel and Adrian Volovets return to The Marsh.
These brothers present a fantastic repertoire of Brazilian, jazz, Spanish and classical music. Read more about Music on The Marsh
This fun dance event for all ages features dance performances, dance lessons, costume contest (with prizes) and the opportunity to participate in a flash mob dance. No dance shoes or dance experience required to join in the fun! Read more about Excelsior Girls Night Out: Danc'n in the Street
Tapping History is a monthly event presented by Excelsior-Lake Minnetonka Historical Society, it is a free public event with roatating speakers on the history of Lake Minnetonka. The event takes place the second Monday of each month.
Danceland Burning: Big Reggie, Rolling Stones & 40 years of music memories at Danceland. This will be an open mic format for anyone to speak on their experiences and share memories at Danceland and the Rolling Stones Concert in 1964.
Come have a pint & reflect on the history of Danceland! Read more about Tapping History: Danceland Burning
The Uptown Art Fair in Minneapolis is the winner of more than 115 International Festivals and Events Association Awards, and it isn’t hard to see why. The Art Fair is three days of creative fun, from art activities to wine tasting to a Culinary Arts competition. There is non-stop entertainment ranging from reggae to magic on the performance stage, and festival food galore. The main star of the show, however, is the art: ranging from limited editions to one-of-a-kind treasures from more than 350 talented artists from around the world. Free. Times vary; check website for details. Read more about Uptown Art Fair
This Disney animated classic has been running at the Chanhassen Dinner Theatres since February 28, and critics and audiences have loved it. Watch Ariel and her undersea friends sing their way through this timeless coming-of-age tale. $47-$82. Times vary. Chanhassen Dinner Theatres, 501 W. 78th St., Chanhassen; 952.934.1525; chanhassentheatres.com Read more about The Little Mermaid
Minnetonka Theatre presents Mame, a Tony award-winning musical, with songs like “Bosom Buddies” and “We Need a Little Christmas,” written by the composer of Hello, Dolly! The show focuses on the leading lady, wealthy and eccentric Mame Dennis, as she is entrusted with the care of her nephew, Patrick. $20 adults, $15 seniors over 65, $10 youth. Times vary. Arts Center on 7, 18285 Hwy. 7, Minnetonka; 952.401.5898; minnetonkatheatre.com Read more about Mame
This musical is a modern twist on the familiar story. Dorothy is a shy Harlem school teacher who gets whisked away to a world resembling a whimsical version of New York City. The upbeat, toe-tapping songs, including classics like “Ease on Down the Road” and “Home,” bring the story alive. $15 for adults, $12 for children under 17 and seniors over 60. Times vary. 1111 Mainstreet, Hopkins; 952.979.1111; stagestheatre.org Read more about The Wiz