Storyteller Kevin Kling and Musician Simone Perrin Spin A Tale of Twin Cities
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The last date listed for A Tale of Twin Cities was Sunday March 13, 2011 / 2:00pm.
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Professor C.C. Heintzeman was a visionary educator who used music to change the lives of Minneapolis factory-working boys in the early 1900s. In playwright Dominic Orlando's world-premiere musical, romance, patriotism and the approaching thrum of World War I weave together in a celebration of Heintzeman's life and the rough-and-tumble young men who formed the Working Boys Band under his tutelage. Put on by History Theatre, a company devoted to exploring the rich history of Minnesota, Working Boys Band is a tribute to the power of music, compassion and discipline. Learn More
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Beloved Minnesota storyteller Kevin Kling teams up with the lovely and talented Simone Perrin to spin some yarns and sing some tunes exploring the sometimes loving, sometimes tumultuous, often hysterical shared histories of our sibling cities: Minneapolis and St. Paul. From their beginnings as St. Anthony and Pigs Eye through their growth as the milling and commerce centers of the Midwest, these “twins” have shared a lot of adventures over the years.