For some fans, Chicago will always be the horn-friendly Chicago of the songs “25 or 6 to 4” or “Saturday in the Park.” For fans a decade-plus younger, Chicago is defined as the Chicago of the album “Chicago 17” in all of its easy-to-roller-skate-to wrenching-ballad glory. Good news: There’s room enough at a concert for both kinds of music fans.
You might think you are not interested in seeing “God of Carnage,” the self-proclaimed “comedy of manners … without the manners,” that opened Thursday night at the Duluth Playhouse. You might even balk at the very idea that it is a comedy. But I am here to convince you that you are wrong.
MOVIE REVIEW: The first few scenes of “Now You See Me” deliver the promise of the best film about magic since the release of two meticulously crafted and thoroughly entertaining 2006 films: “The Prestige” and “The Illusionist.”
Where: UMD’s Marshall Performing Arts Center
When: 7:30 p.m. today, Saturday and May 1–4 and 2 p.m. Sunday
How much: $18, but $13 for seniors, $15 for UMD faculty and staff, $8 for students and children and $6 for UMD students
For information: (218) 726-8561 or tickets.umn.edu
The review: This adaptation not only affirms the universality of human experience, it’s a compelling production in its own right.
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