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Passing Strange

With disparate styles that range from ‘60’s Europop to ‘70’s punk to ‘80’s electronica to gospel, soul, and funk to musical theatre and witha nod to James Brown, this 2008 Tony Award winner is a play within a rock concert. The show follows an emerging African American musician from his garage-band days in Los Angeles to coffeehouses in Amsterdam. Apr. 25 — May 11, Wed.-Sat., 7:30 pm; Sun., 3 pm

Mixed Blood Theatre, Alan Page Auditorium, 1501 S. 4th St., Minneapolis Tickets: $0 — First come, first served; $20 — guaranteed admission. Go to www.mixedblood.com or contact the box office at 612-338-6131

for more information

 

 

 

Heiruspecs 

(album release) 

With Allan Kingdom, Dem Atlas, DJ Neviator. Continue Reading →

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This Week’s Entertainment Spotlights

12 Years a Slave

Area premiere

Steve McQueen’s newest feature is based on the true story of one man’s fight for survival and freedom, as chronicled

in the 1853 autobiography of Solomon Northup — a free Black man kidnapped and sold into slavery in Louisiana.  

 

 

Lizz Wright & Raul Midón 

Fri., Oct 25, 7:30 pm • Ordway Music Theater, 345 Washington Street, St. Paul • Includes a conversation about the

melding of influences that inform an artists individuality• At 6:30 pm in the Marzitelli Foyer the head of the bass department

at McNally Smith, Jeff Bailey (Moveable Feast), will be facilitating a conversation about the artistry of Raul Midón and

Lizz Wright along with Ben Abrahamson ( Lulu’s Playground, Ben Abrahmson Quartet) and Ashley Commodore (#MPLS). • For more information, contact Sandra Richardson at srichardson@sabathani.org or 612-821-2396. Malamanya

Sun., Oct. Continue Reading →

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