"Leaves of Grass Uncut"

Irish writer and poet Oscar Wilde admired Walt Whitman, and so does performance artist and award-winning choreographer Patrick Scully. As part of the Fresh Ink series at Illusion Theater, Scully and a cast of 18 stunning male dancers perform Walt Whitman stories that you didn't hear in American literature class. Scully's performance at Dance Theater Workshop was included on The New York Times' "Best Performances of the Year" list.
Tix on Goldstar are $9:50

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  • Kathy A

    A number of Metro Transit buses go along Hennepin (#4, #6, etc.), and the Blue Line light rail (5th Street Station) stops one block away.

    July 12, 2014

  • James L

    Yep. There is a game but you still may be able to snag a $5 valet spot through the Illusion and Mason's sites.
    There were a few left last night. There's also usually parking across from the Orpheum but you'll have to walk a few blocks. Underground ramp between 9th and 10th.

    July 10, 2014

  • Jon S.

    I'm going the following night. Beware of all the All-Star Game week activities and closed streets & parking lots around the Cowles Center.

    July 10, 2014

  • James L

    My friend and I will be having dinner at Mason's at 6:30. It is in the same building as the Illusion Theatre, street level corner. You are all welcome to join us. I will have a sign. Seating is usually not a problem.
    There is inexpensive valet parking across the street.
    Check Illusion site or Mason's for information. See you Friday! You can also look for me at intermission near the concession area. With sign of course!

    July 9, 2014

  • Chris H.

    Got a ticket, it looks good. Hard to beat source material like Walt Whitman ...

    July 2, 2014

  • David C.

    Well, Jim - I hate to disappoint you (again) but I will be up north with friends for a "bachelor party" weekend .... this sounds like a real treat, though!

    July 1, 2014

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