Arts & Performance

RUBY THE DOGUMENTARY - Rojo MEXICAN GRILL Screening!

Magic Marc and Ruby request your presence at the Rojo MEXICAN GRILL screening of a movie that Billy Hallquist has called "An excellent cinematic experience."

Ruby will do a 'meet and greet' and several cast members will be on hand for a Q & A.
Free heated underground garage and ramp parking.
Food and beverage service will be provided.

Loring Park Art Festival

August 8–9 More than 140 local
artists converge on Loring Park, a beautiful green space in west
Minneapolis, for this annual juried festival. Check out paintings,
photography, printmaking and handmade paper, woodwork, jewelry,
sculptures, fiber art, mixed media, glass art and more. In addition to
browsing artwork, stop by one of the food and beverage vendor spots for a
cool-down treat. Bring the fam: Strolling musicians and children’s

The Hopkins Raspberry Festival

The 81st Annual Hopkins Raspberry Festival will take place the third week of July in various locations throughout the city of Hopkins. Events are family-friendly and include:

 

  • Royalty Coronation
  • Kids Fishing Event
  • Sporting Events
  • Arts and Crafts Fair
  • Music
  • Fireworks
  • Grand Day Parade
For a full schedule of events or more information, please visit raspberrycapital.com or call (952) 931-0878.

The Methodaires Concert - Music in the Air

What better way to welcome spring than with a fun and
entertaining show with the Methodaires, a volunteer show choir with member
spanning 6 decades!  Our music celebrates a diverse selection of
generations and genres.  All proceeds benefit Park Nicollet Methodist
Hospital and Frauenshuh Cancer programs.  

The Illusionists

When it comes to magic, there’s a huge variety of artists and acts—grand illusionists, card tricksters, acrobats and more. It’s not often, however, that one show covers the whole gamut. But this month, seven world-renowned illusionists come together to create a spectacular and diverse showcase of unbelievable feats. It’s a critically acclaimed performance that Australian Stage calls “a magical, mystery, tour de force.” All ages. $33–$110. 7 p.m. Additional 2 p.m. performances on March 28 and 29. Ordway Center for Performing Arts, 345 Washington St., St.

The Manchurian Candidate

Start with a decorated American soldier, throw in a dash of brainwashing, a few pinches of dastardly schemes plus a beautifully scored opera, and what do you get? The world premiere of The Manchurian Candidate, performed by the Minnesota Opera this month. Based on the novel by Richard Condon, the opera follows soldier Raymond Shaw as he is brainwashed into becoming a ruthless assassin against the U.S. government. Will his fellow soldier be able to stop him before the end of this heart-pounding thriller? Formal opera attire is not required at this performance. $25–$200. Times vary.

Pentatonix: On My Way Home Tour

You might have seen some viral YouTube videos of this stellar a cappella quintet known as Pentatonix; the most popular are their Daft Punk remix, holiday songs and “The Evolution of Music.” Join Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kirstin Maldonado, Avi Kaplan and Kevin Olusola as they celebrate their fourth album in one year to debut in the top ten on Billboard’s charts. $29.50–$59.50. 8 p.m.

Telling: Minnesota 2015

Relating the experiences of war to civilians can often be a difficult experience for returning veterans. The Telling Project has been working since 2008 to facilitate person-to-person contact between audiences and members of the military to build community and support networks through performance. Telling features a cast of Minnesota military members, veterans and their families performing a script based off of their own experiences for an emotionally poignant show.

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