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Tribe - 1998 - St. Paul, MN (Regional)

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Ordway Center for the Performing Arts [Main Hall]

(St. Paul, MN)
345 Washington St.
St. Paul, MN 55102
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by Atlantic Theater Company - Sep 8, 2021
One of the most important lessons that I learned during my time at Atlantic Acting School’s Evening Conservatory was to trust the journey because you never know where it will take you.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 7, 2021
Single tickets for ten shows in the Fabulous Fox Theatre’s 2021 – 2022 U.S. Bank Broadway Series will go on sale Tuesday, September 14 at 10:00 a.m.  Tickets will be available online, by phone, and in person at the Fox Theatre Box Office.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 7, 2021
Tickets for State Theatre New Jersey's 2021-22 Broadway Season, featuring Tony Award-winning hits and Broadway fan favorites, go on sale on Friday, September 10 at 11am.  
by Bobby Patrick - Sep 5, 2021
The people in the house who seemed able to take the entire flight with Pam were those avid fans who were more than a few drinks in, and for Rita Lamar, a good old-fashioned set up the joke, deliver the punchline comic, her A-game seemed to be eluding her.
by Bobby Patrick - Sep 3, 2021
One can never be sure in this uncertain world - especially in show business - of how an acting career will look in hindsight; fortunately, along with all the power as a performer she packs into her slight 5’4” frame, this lady (as it turns out) is also a gifted from the gods songwriter. With more than half her show consisting of her own compositions, Kristolyn Lloyd showed all that she can combine her own poetry with beautiful notes and make songs that soar.
by Bobby Patrick - Sep 17, 2021
Not to sell him short on his verbal funniness, as Tom’s spoken comedy keeps everything moving at a hilarious clip between the funny songs.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 15, 2021
WAM Theatre presents the US premiere of KAMLOOPA: AN INDIGENOUS MATRIARCH STORY by Kim Senklip Harvey, winner of Canada's prestigious Governor General's Award for English Language Drama, directed by Estefanía Fadul (WAM's Native Gardens, The Oregon Trail). 
by Michael Major - Sep 14, 2021
The three-day RuPaul’s DragCon LA is the world’s largest all-ages and family-friendly celebration of drag, featuring vendors, exhibitors, panel and Q&A sessions, plus appearances from drag stars including supermodel of the world RuPaul, season winners from the past year and other favorite queens from the global “Drag Race” franchise
by Bobby Patrick - Sep 14, 2021
Finally, our favorite of the evening combining the old with the new was the aforementioned ON THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE with the magical vocals of Martina DaSilva and some of the most unexpected musical stylings within the arrangement.
by Bobby Patrick - Sep 12, 2021
All in all my darlings, Chloe Perrier is a real Zis & Zat French singer whose lovely voice and consummate musicianship will make lovers of the language out of anyone, especially if smooth, sexy jazz is your jam…
by Stephi Wild - Sep 11, 2021
On Saturday, October 2, 2021, dancers, musicians, filmmakers, poets, and immigration advocates will gather in community at Judson Memorial Church around the urgent issue of humanizing our immigration system.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 1, 2021
Seattle Rep today announced that it has selected its first Native Artist-in-Residence Arianne True, a local poet and folk artist. Through the Native Artist-in-Residence Program, Seattle Rep aims to highlight Native voices and educate audiences and its staff through art, discussion, and community engagement.
by Bobby Patrick - Jul 7, 2021
With Her Powerful Voice And Even More Powerful Personality And Even More Powerful Sensuality, STORM LARGE Proved She’s More Hurricane Than Storm.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 30, 2021
On July 30th, Blues Traveler will release Traveler's Blues a collection of re-imagined and re-charged classics from The American Blues Songbook (on Round Hill Records) and featuring special guests Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, Warren Haynes and Keb' Mo' as well as Rita Wilson and John Scofield who join the band on their cover of the Gnarls Barkley hit “Crazy.” 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 27, 2021
Author Jane Colt has announced the release of her new steamy romance, Red Rock Romance. The book was released by Totally Bound Publishing on July 27, 2021.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 27, 2021
The Mississippi Museum of Art today announced the acquisition of works by Kristen Dorsey, Ruth Miller, and Charles Edward Williams. The three artworks individually and collectively affirm Mississippi’s position as a contemporary wellspring of creativity, originality, and resilience—each artist making compelling connections across time and place. 
by Bobby Patrick - Jul 24, 2021
She may not be from Disney, but Christy Altomare is a real princess, as she showed this week at 54 Below.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 23, 2021
The lineup includes National Poetry Slam champion and 2018 National Book Award winner Elizabeth Acevedo; dancer, choreographer, and tradition-bearer of Black American social dance LaTasha Barnes; American Ballet Theatre principal dancers Herman Cornejo and Cassandra Trenary; Kennedy Center Artistic Advisor at Large Renée Fleming; and more!
by Ricky Pope - Jul 22, 2021
There are some people who just bring joy wherever they go. People who, just by the force of their personality, make things feel safe and kind and fun. Jelani Remy (Ain't Too Proud, The Lion King, Smokey Joe's Cafe) is just that sort of person, as he proved tonight in his solo show THIS IS MY MOMENT at Feinstein's 54 Below. Although his show started as something rather autobiographical, about halfway through he discarded the device and just sang songs that were joyful and that showcased his marvelous, rangy voice.
by Bobby Patrick - Jul 22, 2021
John Tartaglia (Avenue Q, Shrek the Musical, Fraggle Rock, Sunday Funday On Broadway) returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below in a brand spanking new uplifting, uproarious (and maybe occasionally just a little bit inappropriate) show to celebrate 35 years of his eclectic career.
by Alan Henry - Jul 21, 2021
Tarzan will swing into Theatre West Virginia beginning this weekend with performances July 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 20, 2021
In addition to its six-play membership season, the Montgomery County institution returns with an equally busy schedule of concerts, special productions, presentations, and even more curated programming to build off of the success of its summer series: Olney Outdoors.
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 20, 2021
The star of Broadway's ON YOUR FEET! returns to Feinstein's with a new show built only around joy, which is something that Mauricio Martinez seems to really understand.
by Bobby Patrick - Jul 16, 2021
Her electric stage presence and tough girl command of the space last night evoked a Joplin-in-concert tone as well as chair dancing and, as she called it, “The Gay Gasps” from her peeps when she took up the Janis classic, PIECE OF MY HEART.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 15, 2021
Luke Jerram's iconic and monumental 3D globe Gaia is at Moors Valley from 17 to 19 September, installed in the pine forests where it can be viewed from the Tree Top Walk. Seven metres in diameter, the internally-lit sculpture features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth's surface and provides an Overview Effect - the opportunity to see the planet on this scale, floating in three dimensions.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 14, 2021
Summer at Segerstrom Center for the Arts is going strong with events, performances and concerts for everyone! The Coollab Festival, presented in partnership with the Coollab Project in Santa Ana, returns to Argyros Stage this Sunday, July 18 from 4-9pm. In its second year, the festival showcases the hippest bands in Orange County and features local artists with spunky, soulful and blended beats.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 12, 2021
'Tempo' combines the sounds of ancient instruments with contemporary electronic production, resulting in an infectious tune perfect for summer BBQs and head nodding playlists.
by Bobby Patrick - Aug 6, 2021
Adapted by brother RATs Levi Penley and Mike Gregorek, the script to HARRY I walked through the familiar scenes from SORCERER’s STONE the movie which was adapted from JK Rowling’s book that she, in turn, adapted from every other hero’s journey magical epic that came before her, Wizard Of OZ, Lord Of The Rings and, Star Wars included.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 5, 2021
It took only three takes to perfect the five-minute, single-shot send-up of THE MUSIC MAN.
by Annette Stolt - Aug 31, 2021
Firebringer will run 17 -26th of September in Stockholm
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 30, 2021
The First Twenty, a new content initiative from ALL ARTS uncovering the ways that the first two decades of the 21st century have impacted American art, culture and the collective consciousness, will premiere three original specials this fall. 
by Bobby Patrick - Aug 30, 2021
Selecting a song list as sparkly as her knee-high glitter boots and shiny pink minidress, this Disney Princess uberfan made her dreams come true after a near 5-year absence from the stage and a decade’s distance from her last public vocal performance.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 30, 2021
To get the performing arts in Cincinnati up and running again and to ensure the health and safety of their guests, staff and artists, a group of performing arts organizations and venues in Cincinnati announced today that they will require audience members to wear masks and provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative test certification for productions beginning this fall.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 3, 2021
Winner of the HFF Diversity Scholarship, “TRIBE: The Story of  the First All- Arab Improv Team'' makes its performance debut at the 2021 Hollywood Fringe Festival. The story is about a struggling Lebanese- American actress who forms the first all-Arab improv team in a shawarma spin on ensemble competitions.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 28, 2021
In more than 15 concurrent sessions, museum professionals, including curators, educators, scholars, and researchers, are uniting to discuss themes related to historical sites, indigenous peoples, and social justice.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 27, 2021
La MaMa – one of the first major theatres in the U.S. to present contemporary puppet artists and their work on its mainstages – will begin its 60th season with the celebrated, biannual LA MAMA PUPPET SERIES from September 29 to October 24 at the Ellen Stewart Theatre and Downstairs Theatre.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 27, 2021
The Met today announced a new season of live performances with in-person audiences beginning fall 2021 and a new Artist in Residence, the acclaimed dancer and choreographer Bijayini Satpathy. Beginning in October, performances will once again take place in galleries throughout the Museum, as well as in the Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, and will feature MetLiveArts commissions and leading international musicians and composers.  
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 27, 2021
The First Twenty, a new content initiative from ALL ARTS uncovering the ways that the first two decades of the 21st century have impacted American art, culture and the collective consciousness, premieres three original specials this fall.
by Bobby Patrick - Aug 27, 2021
The beauty of the ABW experience. So simple and so nuanced was each tale she told, weaving them into a larger story portrait song after song of a brave woman who had been there and back again standing on stage telling us things we ought to know in order to get by.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 25, 2021
The Orchestra Now, the visionary orchestra and master’s degree program founded by Bard College president, conductor, educator, and music historian Leon Botstein, returns to the stage for its seventh season on September 11.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 25, 2021
The Kennedy Center’s 50th Anniversary Celebration Concert, to be held on September 14 in the Concert Hall, will now be broadcast across the nation on October 1 at 9 p.m. ET as THE KENNEDY CENTER at 50 on PBS.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 2, 2021
Wiltshire Creative today announce their programme for Autumn 2021, featuring theatre, live music, comedy nights, film screenings, craft workshops and more. Throughout the season they will also continue their commitment to engaging communities in the South West and encouraging creativity in audiences of all ages, from an extensive youth arts programme to celebrating older generations.
by Stage Tube - Aug 19, 2021
In the newest season, TrollsTopia is thriving like never before as the trolls come together to hold their first election for Secretary of Skate, start a community garden, and welcome Tiny Diamond’s newest (and imaginary) friend, Shiny Diamond!
by E.H. Reiter - Aug 18, 2021
HAIR feels like a fitting show to open after the extended theatre shut down; it's full of hope, rage, protests, and the desire to make change happen. The Old Globe brings back this musical with an incredibly talented cast who have outstanding vocals, and direction that shows how relevant the show's themes still are today.  HAIR is playing at The Old Globe through October 3rd.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 17, 2021
On August 27-September 5, 2021, Lelavision will animate West Seattle's Westcrest Park with BIPOC-centered performances, kinetic musical-sculpture, eco-art installations and workshops, wellness offerings, and science panels to cultivate our health as a community. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 16, 2021
This season looks to be very exciting at the FSCJ Artist Series with Broadway productions, concerts, ballets, operas, comedy shows, dance productions, school performances and variety shows.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 13, 2021
Artpark & Company is expanding its commitment to Indigenous programming throughout its summer 2021 season.
by Alan Henry - Aug 11, 2021
CATS, the record-breaking musical spectacular by Andrew Lloyd Webber that has captivated audiences in over 30 countries and 15 languages, is now on tour across North America! The production will play from October 29th through October 31st, 2021.
by Bobby Patrick - Aug 10, 2021
The effect of his Rock/Jazz/Blues hybrid music on his attendees was incalculable. Unable to stand and scream and shout and wave lit cigarette lighters about, watching the audience physically and emotionally react from their chairs left one with an almost sacred feeling.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 10, 2021
First Stage, one of the nation's leading theaters for young people and families, is delighted to announce the second season of their new Amplify - BIPOC Short Play Series beginning on September 1, 2021.