Art Hounds: King Mini, Some Girls, The Books
"Sleepers Never Wakes" by Vincent Stall, aka "King Mini"
Follow the Art Hounds as they lead us to a mini-comic creator's sad, surreal landscape, a play about a soon-to-be groom who excavates his romantic past, and an east coast duo that creates listenable musical collages.
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Sarah Morean is a zinester, cartoonist, and mini comic reviewer for The Daily Cross Hatch. Sarah has long admired the work of the mini-comic artist Vincent Stall, aka "King Mini." She strongly suggests you visit King Mini's new show "Canyonland," which opens at the Pink Hobo Gallery in Northeast Minneapolis on Saturday, Nov. 28th.
Natalie Novacek is a freelance director and artistic associate at Theatre Pro Rata. Natalie's thumbs are way up in the air for Walking Shadow Theater Company's production of the Neil Labute play, "Some Girls." It's about a man who in the wake of his engagement travels back through his romantic past in a quest for self-knowledge and to make amends. "Some Girls" is on stage at Pillsbury House Theater in Minneapolis through Dec. 5.
Mike Croswell is a St. Paul composer who frequently works in the local theater scene. Mike's top music pick for December 2009 is "The Books" appearance at the Cedar on Tuesday Dec. 1. The Books are what Mike describes as a "folktronica" duo from the east coast that makes innovative collage music that's still highly listenable.
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