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WALKER ART CENTER
MINNEAPOLIS SCULPTURE GARDEN
“One of the liveliest and most personable museums.”
— New York Times
1750 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis walkerart.org 612.375.7600
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THE MOVING COMPANY
Another company without a permanent
performance space, The Moving Company is
aptly named: Its productions are staged variously on both coasts as well as the Twin Cities.
Their local connections are solid, though—
with its primary artistic forces associated with
the now-shuttered Tony-winning Theatre de
la Jeune Lune. They tackle everything from
Shakespeare to all-ne w self-penned comedies,
with an ethic of adventure and smarts that
make them a can’t-miss for those in the know.
OPEN EYE FIGURE THEATRE
In a small theater space south of downtown
Minneapolis, Open Eye stages original works
combining music, movement, puppetry and
live action that touch on Old World mythology and a universal sense of restlessness.
Eerie, surreal and very human, Open Eye
often claims their shows are open from ages
9 to 90—and in their case, it’s an accurate