Washburn, WI- The Stagenorth Groundlings have announced the return of live theater in Chequamegon Bay! The non-profit performing arts group will be performing their rendition of The Lion in Winter, a story set around Christmas in 1183. Watch as the cast brings you to King Henry II's castle in 12th century England during a battle for the throne within the king's family. The first showing of The Lion in Winter is Thursday, Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets and details can be found here. (link)
Duluth, MN- Continuing the theme of live theater, the Marshall Performing Arts Center at UMD will host the world premiere of "Maxa." This brand-new horror musical tells the story of Paula Maxa, a famed French actress who staked her reputation of being killed thousands of times on stage. The production premieres Thursday, Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m. For those who are deaf or hard of hearing, there will be an ASL interpreted matinee Oct. 17. A warning to potential audience members: the play does contain graphic depictions.
Hibbing, MN- The Hibbing community is gearing up for a historic celebration in honor of a Northland legend. Hibbing High School will be unveiling its tribute to globally-renowned recording artist and Nobel Laureate Bob Dylan. The special day will include the unveiling ceremony, a tour of Hibbing High School and a free community concert featuring four talented local artists. To learn more about the Hibbing Dylan Project's mission, click here. (link)
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