Dates: May 10-18, 2019
Lex-Ham Community Theater presents
God of Carnage
written by Yasmina Reza
translated by Christopher Hampton
directed by Sara Skar
After two boys fight and one physically hurts the other, their parents meet to discuss the situation rationally and maturely. At least, that was the intent.
Dates: Sunday May 5, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.
Tickets: $20, available at the door 20 minutes before the concert begins
Age Recommendation: All ages
Duration: 75 minutes, including intermission
Minnesota Guitar Society presents
Showcase Series Concerts
Apr 7: Milena Petković and Nikola Korovljev
May 5: Momčilo Aleksandrić and Filip Živanović
A new program for the Minnesota Guitar Society, the Showcase Series has two goals: to introduce emerging artists to the guitar-loving community, and to fundraise in support of our flagship concert series at Sundin Music Hall on the Hamline University campus. The first Showcase Series concerts feature four outstanding graduate students from the internationally known guitar program at the University of Minnesota, now headed by Prof. Maja Radovanlija.
Dates: March 28-31, 2019 (Thu-Sat at 7:00 p.m. & Sun at 1:00 p.m.)
Duration: Under 2 hrs., including one intermission.
Applause Community Theatre presents
Three x Three: Our Annual One Act Play Festival
Applause Community Theatre is proud to present 3 one act plays by local playwrights. We chose two of these from several scripts submitted to us this fall/winter. The third was commissioned from resident playwright James Lundy. We have presented several of his works in the past to enthusiastic response. We are omitting descriptions of the plays as to do so could spoil surprises in the scripts. Please join us for an enjoyable evening of one acts.
- Letters, by Ginny Leutgeb and directed by Gary Davis
- Strings, by Brian Cern and directed by Duane Koivisto
- Locked Inside the Pretty Box by resident playwright James Lundy and directed by Chad Snyder
Dates: March 6-24, 2019, Wed-Sat @ 7:30pm, Sun @2:00pm
Tickets: $25 in advance, or Pay What You Can at the door
New Native Theatre presents
Wounspe Wanktya – A College Education
written by Alex Hesbrook Ramier (Lakota)
This is the world premiere of a full-length play following the story of Tashina and Tiffany, two Lakota freshmen in college, as they go through the good, the bad, the funny, and the spiritual, as they try to figure out how to get through four years of college.
Based in the Twin Cities, New Native Theatre (NNT) is a new way of looking at, thinking about, and staging Native American stories. Created in 2009 by playwright, Rhiana Yazzie, NNT produces, commissions, and devises authentic Native American stories for the stage. Learn more…
More information at www.newnativetheatre.org
Date: Mon, March 18, 2019 from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Tickets: Pay What You Wish (at the door)
Ages: Ages 18+
Registration: Email Jim Robinson to register
Almost Equinox Improv Gathering
an introductory improv event with Jim Robinson (Photo: Linda Peterson, U of M)
Leap into Spring with this fun, stress-free introductory improv event! Awaken from our collective hibernation with other curious, like-minded souls! Improvisation can make you more willing to leap into the unknown and ENJOY being there. It’s almost the equinox. Let the sun shine!
Jim Robinson has dual careers in psychology and improvisation. He is a veteran of the Brave New Workshop and of the St. Kate’s/St. Thomas psychology departments. Jim recently taught his course “Improvisation and Mental Health” as a Fulbright Specialist in Pakistan.