Posted at 9:03 AM on March 8, 2011
by Marianne Combs
Filed under: News and reviews
'Faces of the Dead' on display at Icebox Gallery
Christopherson's photography exhibition "Faces of the Dead" heightens the mysteriousness that emanates from gravestones in Cimitero Del Verano, a cemetery in Rome, Italy.
- Coco Mault, City Pages
Minneapolis-based U.S. Committee of the Blue Shield keeps close eye on museum looting in Egypt, Libya
Corine Wegener is kind of the Clark Kent of museum work.
- Jessica Lussenhop, City Pages
John Sandford's 'Certain Prey' will be movie with Harmon
If you're a fan of John Sandford's "Prey" series, get ready. USA Network announced it's developing a two-hour movie starring Mark Harmon based on the series' 10th novel, "Certain Prey."
- Amy Carlson Gustafson, Pioneer Press
Replacements documentary 'Color Me Obsessed': music-free is okay with me
Through over 140 interviews, Gorman Bechard's Color Me Obsessed looks to unpack and contextualize The Replacements' legacy through the words and eyeballs of their most - and least - famous fans.
- Andrew Flanagan, City Pages
Gayngs Affiliyated Showcase at First Avenue, 3/6/2011
The Gayngs and Gimme Noise Affiliyated Showcase at First Avenue was nothing short of epic -- so epic, in fact, that even the word doesn't seem big enough.
- Natalie Gallagher, City Pages
Gayngs Affiliyated Showcase leaves First Avenue happily exhausted
Well-played, Gayngs. That was epic.
- Jay Gabler, TC Daily Planet
Telekinesis, The Love Language, and Red Pens throw a birthday party at the 7th Street Entry
Hopefully, for our sake, both bands will come back later this year, preferably when the temperature is a bit more inviting, so they can get the crowds they both deserve.
- Kyle Matteson, TC Daily Planet
It's carnival time: Jon Cleary and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band at the Dakota
- Max Sparber, MinnPost.com
Worlds collide gorgeously, in song
In Minnesota Opera's non-trendy "Traviata," vivid singing carries the sad story.
- LARRY FUCHSBERG, Star Tribune
Come to his 'Cabaret'
Bradley Greenwald sashays into our minds as the enigmatic Emcee who presides over Germany's descent into the Nazi nightmare.
- Graydon Royce, Star Tribune
Cabaret by Frank Theatre
Stripped down to its both smarmy and beautiful story, and set in a near-perfect environment at the Centennial Showboat on Harriet Island, this production immerses you in the tawdry world of Berlin's cabaret culture as the Nazi's rise to power begins.
- Janet Preus, Howwastheshow.com
Capriciousness of the gods
There is plenty of comedy in "Dido, Queen of Carthage," the rarely performed Christopher Marlowe "tragedy."
- WILLIAM RANDALL BEARD, Star Tribune
'Goats' chews its way to purpose
A young man finds a new approach to life by chasing goats up and down a hillside outside Jerusalem.
- Graydon Royce, Star Tribune
'Goats' A good yarn is told well in this one-person show
Despite an uninspiring title, Alan Berks' "Goats" is a pretty good story.
- Rob Hubbard, Pioneer Press