Navy Recruiter Visits Main Street Next Monday during lunch a Navy Recruiter will meet with students in the cafeteria. Stop by to talk to Petty Officer Benjamin Klein and find out about opportunities in the Navy! Gender and Sexuality Alliance GSA will be meeting after school today. GSA will also be hosting a guest speaker […]
Pippin The MSSPA musical PIPPIN at the LAB Theatre is starting it’s second weekend run tonight at 7 pm. Don’t waste the evening on commonplace ordinary pursuits. See a show that is extraordinary! Tickets are just $10.00 for students and available on our website at msspahs.org. Join us! Senior Capstone Tomorrow at 2:45 and 5:00 […]
Main Street School of Performing Arts is proud to announce the first show of our Studio Series: K.I.D.S. Improv. This crew of talented students will be presenting original sketch comedy and spontaenous improvisation in the Lower Level (Mr. Leaf’s classroom). K.I.D.S. Improv will perform Wednesday, Thursday and Friday October 12-14 at 7:00pm. Tickets are $5.00 […]
Since its inception in 2006, Spark the Arts has been the biggest fundraising event in PiM Arts High School’s school year. “Spark” is a celebration of the great work our students do throughout the year, and all money raised at this event directly benefits specific arts programming and to support PiM Arts High School. In […]
Alice in Wonderland | ZACH Theatre Go down the rabbit hole and travel to Wonderland! In our unique adaption, the audience starts in the theatre and then will follow Alice around ZACH’s campus to go on an adventure, meet familiar characters, and help defeat the Red Queen! A new adaptation by Underbelly in partnership with […]
Alex Rovegno ’15 is featured in Ithaca College Composition Department’s Winter Recital, premiering his work, “Advice for an Unborn Child” for solo soprano and piano.
“Glimpse down dark alleys and slip into smoke filled rooms – where finance meets romance, and criminals become bankers – as you discover The Threepenny Opera’s deeper story in A Penny for Brecht, a creative collaboration. Framed as an open “rehearsal” with Brecht actively imagining his work with his actors, A Penny for Brecht offers […]
You can catch Aurora Sandelands ’14 in Phoenix Theater’s “Improv Happy Hour” every Tuesday night and Wednesdays and Fridays on an improv team at Huge Theater.
Taylor Jensen has written and directed a new play. Double Feature Night at the Southern: Lively Pages by Taylor Jensen AND Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice Brown Paper Tickets – The first and only fair trade ticketing company!Two companies, one space–a double feature night at the Southern theatre! Join us for Just Once Theatre Company production of Taylor […]
How does a young artist respond to the world around them? With their art. St. Paul college students create music for films by Syrian teens – TwinCities.com Students and instructors at McNally Smith College of Music created soundtracks to documentaries by Syrian teens about their lives in a refugee camp. Source: St. Paul Pioneer Press […]
Miss Myra and the Moonshiners played the Dakota Jazz Club in downtown Minneapolis. Source: www.dakotacooks.com/event/miss-myra-and-the-moonshiners/
Two MSSPA alumni were recently on stage in Hamline University’s production of The Seagull by Anton Chekhov. The Oracle : Celebrating 85 seasons of drama Months of hard work and preparation come to an end as Hamline’s Theatre Department gets ready to pull the curtain back on their newest production, “The Seagull”. Source: Hamline University Oracle […]