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Twin cities

Both Boston and Minneapolis are in the midst of an arts building boom. What can our institutions learn from theirs?

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / December 4, 2005

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MINNEAPOLIS -- It's Saturday night, and the Walker Art Center is packed. Upstairs, in the new 385-seat McGuire Theatre, the renowned New York stage troupe Mabou Mines performs ''DollHouse," a deconstructive take on the Ibsen classic that features dwarves and full frontal nudity. During intermission, many ticket holders head down to the second floor for a quick drink at 20.21, ... (Full article: 2306 words)

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