Arts & Performance

Young People’s Concert

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Music Association of Minnetonka, which performs nearly 100 concerts each year. For the inaugural performances of 2014, the Minnetonka Symphony collaborates with young artists for the Young People’s Concert. The group also performs February 23 at Minnetonka Methodist Church. Visit the website for more information. 952.401.5954. Read more about Young People’s Concert

Bullshot Crummond

Presented by Minnetonka High School, Bullshot Crummond parodies the hilarity of low-budget detective movies in the 1930s. Detective Bullshot Crummond saves the day in heroic British fashion by outsmarting Otto Von Brunno. Check website for ticket prices and performance dates. 952.401.5898. Read more about Bullshot Crummond

Lake Minnetonka Studio Tour

The Lake Minnetonka Studio Tour is  a delightful way to celebrate Spring!! 11 artists in the Lake of Minnetonka area; Deephaven, Excelsior, and Minnetonka "open" their studios for exhibit and sales. These talented artists, along with their guest artists show an extraordinary variety of innovative,unique, and inspired artworks including ceramics, jewelry, fiber, basketry, wood, sculpture, 2D and 3D mixed media and original fine art paintings that are pastels, botanical, contemporary, and abstract. Read more about Lake Minnetonka Studio Tour

Almost, Maine

Romantic comedies are not strictly for the movies. Set in the city of Almost, the city’s couples begin to fall in love in humorous and unexpected ways. Almost, Maine is a wintry comedic tale, directed by Kent Knutson. Check website for ticket prices and show times; dinner is available for an additional charge. 952.474.5951. Read more about Almost, Maine

Classical Pianist Leon Bates

In celebration and recognition of Martin Luther King Jr., concert pianist Leon Bates’ performance features works by African American composers. Bates has performed both solo and with symphonies around the world. Enjoy the pre-concert talk and social hour with free appetizers and a cash bar before the concert begins. 952.979.1111. Read more about Classical Pianist Leon Bates

The Mitten

The Mitten, a classic children’s tale by Jan Brett, highlights curiosity, a chilly winter and a game of finders keepers. When Nicki drops his mitten in the snow, several animals soon take up residence and quickly expand the mitten’s capabilities. Stages Theatre Company created a ballet–inspired stage version of the book years ago and is bringing it back for the theater’s 30th season. Check the website for show times. 952.979.1111. Read more about The Mitten

Chanhassen Dinner Theatres’ Fiddler on the Roof

A heartwarming tale of family tradition and hard work, Fiddler on the Roof  showcases the story of Tevye, a poor milkman. He must choose between tradition and his daughters’ happiness. Discounts available for students and seniors. Dinner and lunch seating begins two hours prior to show time. Tuesday–Saturday evenings, 8 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday matinee, 1 p.m. Sunday evening, 6:30 p.m. 952.934.1500. Read more about Chanhassen Dinner Theatres’ Fiddler on the Roof


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