Arts

There is a little-known club that meets Thursdays at Plymouth Creek Center, and the people involved understand how lucky they are to participate in it.

From left, Samantha McCluskey, Timothy Radermacher, Francisca Saenger and Sarah Taft perform a scene from Into the Woods in February 2014.

High school theater productions are known to be a little bland—not, necessarily, because of the talent or production value, but because most schools are afraid of the controversy some adult-themed shows produce. Thus, there’s a fairly common cycle—and recycle—of standard high school shows.

The best place to capture a Plymouth sunset, according to Alexa Pudil, is right off of Ferndale Road and County Road 6; “it’s where this picture was also taken,” she says of her stunning place-winner in the Nature category of the annual Picture Plymouth photo contest.

The Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West Hotel in Plymouth hosted the annual winter bluegrass weekend Frebruary 28-March2.

With the
coming of spring (will it ever?), the city of Plymouth historically welcomes Primavera,
fittingly the dawning of the arts season in town. Plymouth Arts Council co-sponsors
the event, made possible by a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council,

“It’s just very rare that there is this door open to having your name out there by winning a contest in an anonymous setting like that.” —Joe Hautman

Stick people. Suns with sunglasses. Flowers. My artistic skills do not expand much beyond that. I think, because of my lack in artistic creativity, I am more impressed and amazed by artists. It truly is inspiring to find someone who can capture a subject in a way that not many can.

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