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Homegrown Music Festival
MAY 6 & 7, 2016
The Homegrown Music Festival is Duluth’s annual showcase of “rawk and/or roll devil music.”
Check out the official Homegrown website at duluthhomegrown.org for the full week-long festival line-up, and to see the acts performing in the Underground (listed below).
Performing on May 6:
Cello Choir @ 5pm | Emily Haavik @ 6pm | Lowland Lakers @ 7pm | Kaylee Matuszak @ 8pm
Performing on May 7:
Lesser Planets @ 6:45pm | The People Say Fox @ 7:45pm | Vivielle @ 8:45pm
Some Sneaky Sheep and Other Tales by Chris Monroe
Performed by the Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA)
MAY 14-29, 2016
A world premiere original script following the adventures of Chico Bon Bon, Bug on a Bike, Sneaky Sheep, and other beloved characters created by Duluth author Chris Monroe!
The beloved illustrations come to life with this interactive literacy adaptation of Monroe's classic picture books performed by the Theatre for Young Audiences ensemble.
TICKETS: Adults - $14 | Youth/Students - $12 | Groups (15+) - $10
Take It With You:
MAY 17 @ 7:30pm
Set in a watering hole on the shores of Lake Superior, this live radio play and podcast follows Blake Thomas and a colorful group of his multi-talented pals, patrons & employees as they stumble through each new 60-minute adventure, filled with original music, laughs, sound effects, conversation & beer swilling!
Advice from local leaders, authors, experts, and business owners, plus performances from regional guest artists, round out every show captured in front of a live audience at The Underground.
TICKETS: $15 per person
THE 2016 UNDERGROUND SEASON
The Last Five Years January 28 - February 6
11th Annual Short Shorts Film Festival February 27
Gilbert & Sullivan's Iolanthe March 3-6
Motherhood Out Loud March 17-19
Rough Magic: A theatrical celebration of Shakespeare's First Folio April 7-9
Nine August 4-20
What's happening in The Underground? LOTS!
The mission of The Underground is to serve the community as a meeting place for culture and conversation, for arts and education, offering diverse programming to foster the artistic and intellectual life of Northern Minnesota.