This week’s Entertainment spotlights!

Toro Y Moi w/Sinkane & Dog Bite


Wed., Feb. 20, 8 pm: 18+

Fine Line Music Café

318 1st Ave. N., Mpls., 612-338-8100 or

Born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina, Chaz Bundick has been toying with various musical projects since early adolescence. Having spent his formative years playing in punk and indie rock acts, his protean Toro Y Moi  solo project incorporates electronics and allows for a wider range of influences such as French house, Brian Wilson’s pop, ’80s R&B, and Stones Throw hip-hop.

WITNESS: Marian Anderson

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Sun., Feb. 17, 4 pm

Ordway Center

345 Washington St., St. Paul

651-224-4222 or

 In this year’s WITNESS celebration, Jon Cranney will direct Marian Anderson: A Musical Memoir, a semi-staged production featuring the soprano Marlissa Hudson along with actors Greta Oglesby and Andrea Ivy. Set on the eve of her performance at Dr. King’s March on Washington, Marian becomes a powerful role model to a young person by sharing her life story. The concert also features the VocalEssence Chorus, performing poetry by African American writers set to music for chorus by a wide range of composers.

Ten Thousand Things Presents The Seven, Will Power’s Hip Hop Retelling of Aeschylus’ The Seven Against Thebes


Feb. 15 — Mar. 10, 8 pm

Open Book

1011 Washington Ave. S., Mpls., 800-838-3006 or

Will Power’s hip hop retelling of Aeschylus’ The Seven Against Thebes, the story of two brothers who try to rule their kingdom peacefully despite their father’s curse.