Presented by MSP Film Society
MSP Film Society presents the 40th Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival May 13-23, 2021. MSPIFF is one of the largest and longest-running film festivals in the US. Showcasing 150+ bold and exciting films representing more than 100 cultures around the globe, MSPIFF40 will be a hybrid festival, with films and panels screening online, plus special in-person outdoor screenings in Minneapolis & St. Paul.
Info + Tix: MSPfilm.org
Paramount Center for the Arts
This event is online.
$10- $15 individuals; $250 school groups
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Presented by Paramount Center for the Arts
Turn your Arrghs into Om with this award-winning musical mindfulness adventure by Z Puppets Rosenschnoz!
Sail into the waters of calm with Cap’n Fitz and discover the secrets navigating the stormy seas of stress. An innovative approach to playful mindfulness, Monkey Mind Pirates gives kids creative tools to find calm through catchy original music, lovable characters and fun story.
This virtual field trip will feature live appearances by Z Puppets' artists with the Tuesday May 18 webcast at 1:30 pm CST. Ticketholders can view the webcast on demand through June 1.
Tickets available for school groups, families, individuals and seniors.
Runs 90 minutes
- Opening night
- Closing night
The Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
345 Washington St, St Paul, MN 55102
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Presented by The Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
Anna Uzele knows, sometimes things get turned upside down. In 2018 when she was in New York City on a school trip, she auditioned for the Broadway production of “Once on This Island.” Forty-eight hours later she was in rehearsal for her Broadway debut. In 2019 she started turning herself upside down, doing handstands to help her maintain the stamina to dance in the high and mighty heels of Catherine Parr in the Ordway’s pre-Broadway production of “SIX.” Not all of Anna’s tales are about being upside down, but what you will hear in all of them is this: Even when life throws her off balance, Anna knows how to find her equilibrium. So tune in, listen up and let her tell you a story. This event will be co-hosted by Twin Cities actor, director and choreographer Austene Van, who is the artistic director of Yellow Tree Theatre and directed the musical “Annie” at the Ordway in 2017.