This Week’s Entertainment Spots



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 or contact the box office at 612-338-6131

for more information






(album release) 

With Allan Kingdom, Dem Atlas, DJ Neviator.

Sat., April 26, 7:30 p.m.

Amsterdam, 6 W. 6th St., St. Paul

Go to or call 612-285-3112






Minneapolis Hitchcock Festival

Thur., Apr. 24, 7:30 pm

Heights Theater, 3951 Central Ave. N.E., Columbia Heights

Go to or call 763-788-9079 for more information

Every Mon., through May 19, 7 pm

Riverview Theater, 3800 42nd Ave. S., Minneapolis

Go to or call 612-729-7369 for more information.




New Work: Shana Kaplow + Michael Sweere

Shana Kaplow’s artwork includes a 50-foot long sequence of evocative ink paintings that explore the subject of a chair. Working both representationally and abstractly, she imbues the paintings with complex questions about interconnection, separation, culture, and even globalism.

Sat. and Sun., Apr. 26-27, noon-4 pm

Rosalux Gallery 1400 Van Buren St. N.E. Minneapolis

Go to or call 612-747-3942




Stephen “Ragga” Marley

Sun., Apr. 27, 8 pm

First Avenue, 701 1st Ave. N., Minneapolis

Go to or call 612-338-8388




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