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Blood Knot Through June 16 Pillsbury House Theatre, 3501 Chicago Ave. So., Minneapolis (612) 825-0459 www.pillsburyhousetheatre.org Athol Fugard’s two-character play Blood Knot broke ground when it premiered in Johannesburg in 1961. It portrays two brothers brought up […]

A Tour That Keeps On Giving

BATC-Housing First Minnesota’s Artisan Home Tour takes you from a Mediterranean bungalow to a lakeside cottage. The sixth annual Artisan Home Tour, hosted by BATC-Housing First Minnesota, is giving all architecture fanatics and interior design […]

04.18.19 2019 Quorum Community Leadership Awards Gala Minneapolis MN

   

04.18.19 Ann Bancroft Foundation 2019 Annual Celebration Minneapolis MN

 

BigGayNews for Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Today’s Top Headlines Utah Distiller Unveils Gay-Themed ‘Five Husbands’ Vodka For Pride Festival Gay Manager Wins Big After Boss Told Her To Keep Sexuality Secret Thousands Of Canadian Students Walked Out Of School To Protest […]

Review: “The Secrets of Blackmoor” Probes the Backstory of Dungeons & Dragons

The Secrets of Blackmoor – The True History of Dungeons and Dragons is an absorbing documentary that tells the backstory of the Dungeons and Dragons game and how the influence of war gaming was central […]

An Enthralling Performance by Lauren Diesch in Uprising’s “The Gun Show”

The polarization over the “true” meaning of the Second Amendment reached a point long ago where there can be no civil discussion about it. Panicked, therefore unhinged, all-or-nothing attitudes on both sides intimidate tens of millions […]

Nicole Cabell as Violetta Valéry in Minnesota Opera’s production of La Traviata.

5Q: La Traviata

“5Q” is an online-only column featuring five questions about stage productions in the Metro Area. Periodically, “5Q” will take the form of an interview with actors, directors, writers, etc. to shed some light on the […]

“La Traviata” – Reflecting on the Limits Placed on Women in Centuries Past

La Traviata, Giuseppe Verdi’s opera with libretto by Francesco Maria Piave, tells the story of Violetta, a woman who falls in love with a man but finds her past is a barrier to future happiness. […]

Religious Bitterness Searingly Examined in Minnesota Jewish Theatre’s “Shul” – Marvy & Fuller are Spellbinding

A central conflict that animates Shul by Sheldon Wolf is between two older members of a synagogue. They are Miriam, a Jewish woman struggling financially, and Golden, a wealthy Jewish man who has swept in […]

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