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Weekend Preview Plus 2/3 through 2/11/11

Minneapolis is HOMO CENTRAL and a whole lot more! Creating Change continues through Sunday afternoon and is bringing with it many unique opportunities to network...

New Duluth production company to produce Next Fall

A new production company in Duluth is putting on a play in February that explores gay and atheist themes. Next Fall, a play written...

20% Theatre Company’s Q-Stages is bringing queerness, quirk, and…otters? to Intermedia Arts

20% Theatre Company is back starting this weekend with their annual Q-Stage performances, four shows over two weekends that allow emerging queer artists and...

Brave New Workshop brings laughs and respite this holiday season

The Polarizing Express: Dysfunction Junction running at The Brave New Workshop until January 27th provided exactly the laughter I expected and needed before entering...

Twin Cities queer arts must-sees in January

Happy almost 2018, Column readers! If you are like me, you’ve got a list of resolutions and a renewed lifelong vow to spend more...

Policy and Laughter Blend Beautifully With The Theater of Public Policy

If you’ve never been to a show at the Theater of Public Policy, you should go--soon. This part Town Hall, party comedy show brings...

Spotlight on the Arts: Jamie Olsen aka Nina DiAngelo

TheColu.mn’s Spotlight on the Arts features artists and organizations that have had an impact on the arts in Minnesota. If you are an artist...

Arts and Culture Calendar for March 25-31

In Conversation: Ron Athey In 1994, the Walker presented artist Ron Athey’s Four Scenes in a Harsh Life at Patrick’s Cabaret. (Read more...

Documentary on Cece McDonald in the works

Luverne Cox, a co-star of Netflix’s hit series Orange is the New Black, is co-producing a documentary about Cece McDonald, a transgender woman of...

Your Holiday (and General December) Twin Cities Queer Arts Must-Sees

Welcome to the Queer Arts Must Sees for December! There is a beautiful amount of LGBTQ+ work leading us into winter, and it should...