Season 4 Episode 2

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Video Summary

The Day of the Dead returns to Duluth with All Souls Night. The annual celebration features a Funeral March for Rotten Ideas, live music and fire dancing at the Downtown Depot. Event founder, Mary Plaster, sits down with The Playlist to discuss this year’s festivities.

Adam McCauley creates art driven by improvisation. His abstract work employs alternative tools to emphasize surfaces with multiple textures and applications of paint. The Playlist pays a visit to his latest collection.

The Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra performs the spine tingling score of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho alongside a special screening of the film. The cinematic masterpiece comes to life with the DSSO’s performance titled, Mother...she isn’t quite herself today, and brings a guest conductor to the stage. The Playlist previews the DSSO’s thrilling performance.

Ryan Van Slooten debuts new songs on The Playlist. Known for relatable music with charm, his second album infuses hope in his journey through adversity. Ryan Van Slooten performs an advanced preview of his third album.

Funding for this program is provided by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Click here for more information or visit the Minnesota Legacy website.

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