There are more than 200 theater venues in the Twin Cities featuring plays, musicals, comedy, improv and more.
Arts & Culture
Making sweet saffron rolls with her aunt for the Festival of St. Lucia was a highlight of Elizabeth Johnson’s youth, recalls the Plymouth native.
Everyone knows someone who has a little carved bear outside their cabin. Chainsaw artist Adam Gale focuses on creating carvings that are more like sculptures that perfectly define the customer. “I want to do something different.
Three-year-old Lana toddles around the living room in the Grinberg family’s Plymouth home. What’s immediately remarkable about Lana is that she’s bilingual, with her dad speaking to her only in Russian.
Stages Theatre in Hopkins is a place where young people are immersed in the theatre arts through opportunities onstage, backstage, in the audience and in the classroom.
Stepping into the Berglund family’s Plymouth home is a bit like stepping into an art gallery. Natalia Berglund is a multidisciplinary visual artist and her work is the first thing that strikes you when you enter.
Meet multi-disciplinary visual artist and Plymouth resident Natalia Berglund. This past August and September, she had a solo show at the Museum of Russian Art.
Bernadette Able, host of the popular Minnesota doll show, “Dolls & Toys & Bears, Oh My!,” is gearing up for her ninth annual fall show and sale.
“Love, dance, dream, pray and change!” That’s the life motto of Renu Kumar, founder and director of R.G.K.
Pick up or click on a copy of the Washington Post and you’re likely to see the byline of Wayzata High School alum Samantha Schmidt. Schmidt graduated from Wayzata in 2012 and earned her bachelor’s degree from Indiana University.
Are you an aspiring writer? Have you been looking for a space to learn and grow in your work? Plymouth Writers Workshop is a writing group for fiction writers in genres such as suspense, romance, mystery, thriller, sci-fi and horror.