One of the most literate, thoughtful choreographers in town, Stuart Pimsler presents a double bill of protest art late in the month. Ways to Behold, a world premiere with accompaniment by spoken-word artist Tiyo Siyolo, juxtaposes the realities of a U.S.-initiated—yet somehow invisible—war overseas with the comforts of daily life on our own shores. Sentry is a reprise from the Reagan era; it was created during Pimsler’s days in New York City, when he was active with Artists Against Nuclear Madness. Set to a medley of ’60s protest songs, the piece is based in part on military orders that one of Pimsler’s students smuggled out of the Air Force Academy.
Ritz Theater, 345 13th Ave. N.E., Minneapolis; 612-436-1129.