Dee Dee Bridgewater (courtesy photo)
Dee Dee Bridgewater (courtesy photo)

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11/2-11/11 — Just Her Time

Minnesota choreographer Wynn Fricke has created ten original works for Zenon Dance Company since 1998, as well as for James Sewell Ballet, Ragamala Dance, Frank Theatre, Minnesota Ballet, and more. “Just Her Time” will be performed by Zenon Dance Company as part of its 36th anniversary season of fall performances. $34. 7:30-9:30pm, with additional 2-4pm on 11/11. Cowles Center, 528 Hennepin Ave., Mpls. Details:

11/3 — Rondo: Beyond the Pavement

A youth-produced documentary tells the story from a multigenerational perspective of the Rondo neighborhood and the impact on people’s lives of how the community was impacted by the construction of the I-94 corridor. The team was led by Emmy award-winning filmmaker Bianca Rhodes and audio maker Katharine DeCelle. Tickets. 4:30-6:30pm. Saint Paul Neighborhood Network studios, 550 Vandalia Street, Suite 170, St. Paul. Details:

THROUGH 11/4 — Oleanna

This controversial play — written just prior to the Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas hearings — examines sexual harassment, political correctness, and academic arrogance. Fri. and Sat., 8pm, Sun. 2pm. Matchbox Theater, 5415-1/2 Nicollet Ave. S., Mpls. Details:

11/8-11 Cine Latino Film Festival

The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul is hosting the 6th Latino-focused film festival, featuring Latin American, U.S. Latino, and Ibero American cinema. St. Anthony Main Theatre 115 SE Main St., Mpls. Details: 

11/9 — Mass Shootings

Hamline University hosts “Mass Shootings: Pathways to Prevention.” It will present findings from the mass shooter database project coded by Hamline students, and includes new results that show mass shootings might be a form of suicide-turned-outward and evidence-based prevention strategies. 4:30-6:30pm. Suggested donation $20. Hamline University, 1536 Hewitt Ave., St. Paul. Details:

11/14 — Post-Election Analysis in St. Cloud

St. Cloud State University’s Women on Wednesday series offers “Gender, Women, and a Post-Election Analysis.” Noon-12:50pm. Atwood Theater, 720 4th Avenue South, St. Cloud. Details:

11/16-11/17 — In the Margins

A Karen L. Charles Threads Dance Project explores those who live in the margins of society — implicit bias experienced by Deaf and hard of hearing communities and women. One performance incorporates American Sign Language, music visualization, and silence. Femthology compiles repertory works examining the experience of being female. The experience will challenge the audience to be more aware and inclusive of marginalized groups. Open captioning and ASL interpretation. 7:30pm. $5-30. Discussion following 11/16 performance. The O’Shaughnessy, 2005 Randolph Ave., St. Paul. Details: 651-690-6700,

11/19-11/20 — Dee Dee Bridgewater

Grammy and Tony Award-winning jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater has combined blues, R&B, and soul from her birth city of Memphis, after exploring the Paris jazz scene. Nearly all of her albums have won Grammy nominations, including her Grammy-winning tribute to Ella Fitzgerald. $35-50. 7pm and 9pm. Dakota Jazz Club, 1010 Nicollet Ave., Mpls. Details:

THROUGH 11/24 — Read Between the Lines

This solo exhibition by Ellie Kingsbury is an exploratory installation that features a series of large pieces of cardboard, onto which homeless people have written their stories. Free. Each Thurs. to Sun., 12-6pm. Form + Content Gallery, Whitney Square Building, 210 North 2nd Street, Mpls. Details: 612-436-1151,

THROUGH 12/15 — Weaving Wellness

An exhibit in the Gale Library Gallery pairs objects from the museum’s collection with baskets woven by Martha Bird. “Weaving Wellness: Art, Community, and Mental Health Resilience” weaves the artist’s experience as a nurse with post-traumatic stress disorder. It highlights the relationship between creativity and resilience. Minnesota History Center, 345 Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul. Details: