Theater artist and critic Kit Bix says Paula Vogel's "Indecent" is one of the best plays she's ever seen. In fact, she describes it as more than a play, but an experience which wrestles with homophobia, antisemitism, immigration and the power of art. Performances run through March 24 at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis.
Improv comic and Theater of Public Policy co-founder Tane Danger is thrilled that "Women's History Month: The Historical Comedybration (with fabulous prizes)" is back for its sixth year at the Bryant Lake Bowl in Minneapolis. Each year the show celebrates women in a way that's both funny and educational. This year, in honor of its 6th anniversary, several skits will involve iron. Will Margaret Thatcher make an appearance? One can only hope. Performances are Monday, March 12 and Monday March 19.
Duluth Playhouse choreographer Brianna Hall-Nelson is heading to Beaner's Central on Friday, March 9 for an all-female line-up of poets and musicians, including Gaelynn Lea and Emily Haavik. Hall-Nelson says Beaner's is a pretty happening place, with a friendly all-ages vibe while also offering beer and wine for the adults. The show gets underway at 7 p.m.