'All My Sons'
'All My Sons' o Opening Feb. 21 at UND: The UND Department of Theatre Arts will present Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 21 to Feb. 25 in Burtness Lab Theatre, Grand Forks. The show: Joe and Kate Keller have lost their older son in...
'All My Sons'
• Opening Feb. 21 at UND: The UND Department of Theatre Arts will present Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 21 to Feb. 25 in Burtness Lab Theatre, Grand Forks. The show: Joe and Kate Keller have lost their older son in the war, but Kate still believes he is alive. Chris, their surviving son, has fallen in love with his brother's fiancée but Kate can't accept their impending marriage since it would mean accepting that Larry is dead. Soon cracks begin to appear in everyone's stories, lies are exposed, and a secret is revealed that could destroy them all. Darrin Kerr will be a guest artist in the production, playing Joe Keller. Cast: Andrew Caballero, Emily Hogenson, Darrin Kerr, Daniella Lima, Nick McConnell, Casey Paradies, Hyram Patterson, Chelsie Pollert, Abby Schoenborn, Austin Suedel, Director: Kathleen McLennan. Tickets: Adults, $10, students, $5; box office, (701) 777-2587.
• Calendar collaboration: Arts North Dakota has collaborated with the North Valley Arts Council to obtain ownership of www.culturepulse.org , an online calendar of music, theater and other arts events that began in Grand Forks and has since spread to Fargo, Minot and the greater Bismarck area, a news release said. AND is a private, non-profit advocacy organization that works to advance the arts in North Dakota. Currently AND is working with a team composed of representatives from four regions to create a plan that will be facilitated by Wild Inspire Inc. Changes will be made to the CulturePulse website in an effort to make it "the" calendar for arts related events and activities in North Dakota, said Josh Nichols, executive director of AND. You can sign up for CulturePulse to be alearted of these upcoming features.
Oscar Night party
• Feb. 26 in Minneapolis: The Twin Cities will celebrate the Academy Awards with a party of its own Feb. 26 on Oscar Night. The 2012 Official Twin Cities Oscar Party will be at The Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts in downtown Minneapolis. The Twin Cities will continue its 19-year tradition of hosting an Academy-sanctioned Oscar party. The Aegis Foundation is this year's host. All proceeds will be divided between the Smile Network, which provides surgeries to poor children, and the Target Distance Learning Program of The Cowles Center, which provides virtual classes to students across Minnesota. There will be a red carpet, a live broadcast of the Academy Awards ceremony, and a silent auction. Tickets: General admission, $65; VIP, $165. Info: www.aegisfoundationinc.org/ .