Monday, March 30, 2020

5 pm

Now Accepting Naked Stages Applications!

5:00 pm

  • Closing night

Pillsbury House Theatre
3501 Chicago Avenue South

Presented by Pillsbury House Theatre
  • Drama
  • Experimental

Naked Stages, a 7-month Jerome Fellowship for emerging performance artists at Pillsbury House Theatre, is now accepting applications for 2020. Three emerging artists will be selected.

Deadline for Submission:
Applications are due Monday, March 30 by 5 PM
Applications are completed through Submittable: https://bit.ly/3cvtlwN

Feedback Sessions:
Saturdays March 14 & 21, 2020 | 1 – 3 PM at Pillsbury House Theatre
The Feedback Session is an opportunity for applicants to drop in and have the draft of their grant reviewed by Program Director Pramila Vasudevan, who will suggest revisions.

Contact Naked Stages Director Pramila Vasudevan at [email protected] with any questions or help with your application process.

 

About the Naked Stages Program

A creative opportunity unlike any other in the Minnesota, Naked Stages is the culmination of a 7 month fellowship that provides three early career performance artists with the time, resources, and mentorship they need to bring their distinctive visions to life on stage. In addition to regular feedback sessions, the artists participate in workshops with local creators, as well as more intensive workshops with nationally-renowned artists. Once a month, they also participate in production meetings focused on the business side of art, from audience development to technical support, helping to develop their unique voice into a sustainable, artistic career.

Naked Stages performances are the final step of a multi-layered program designed for artists to be their most bold and creative selves.

Selections will be announced by early May, 2020.

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7 pm

LIZZIE

7:30 pm
Runs 120 minutes

TEK BOX at the Cowles Center
528 Hennepin Ave. 2nd Floor Minneapolis, MN 55403

$29-$36
Call 612-440-6681
Buy tickets online

Presented by Minneapolis Musical Theatre
  • Drama
  • Musical

Closing their season at the TEK BOX on the 2nd floor of the Cowles Center, Mineapolis Musical Theatre presents the Twin Cities premier of “Lizzie” by Steven Cheslik-DeMeyer, Tim Maner, and Alan Stevens Hewitt. This Victorian-Punk Rock musical retelling of the story of Lizzie Borden has been lauded by fans and critics, alike. Directed by Amy Rummenie with Music Direction by Umar Malik.

CONTENT WARNING: This show contains mature themes and addresses subjects such as violence, sexual abuse, and murder.

CAST

Lizzie Borden - Maggie Mae Sulentic
Emma Borden - Tara Borman
Bridget Sullivan- Lydia Wagner
Alice Russell- Hannah Bakke
Understudy Lizzie/Alice - Jordyn KarlyAna Catanach
Understudy Emma/Bridget - Annika Isbell

Director - Amy Rummenie
Music Director - Umar Malik
Choreographer - Abbi Fern
Stage Manager - Miranda Shunkwiler
Lighting Designer - Becky Raines
Costume Designer - Mandi Johnson
Scenic Designer - Ursula Bowden
Sound Designer - Abe Gabor
Dramaturg - Jeff Turner

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8 pm

THROUGH THE NARROWS: A Creative Social Distance Event

8:00 pm
Runs 60 minutes

Z Puppets Rosenschnoz
On-line! On-Demand! @zpuppets.org

$3-35
Call 612-724-1435x2
Buy tickets online

Presented by Z Puppets Rosenschnoz
  • Drama
  • Storytelling

Flatten the curve, fire up the imagination! An online, on-demand audio puppetry experience intertwining stories of the crossing of the Red Sea and the Trail of Tears.

Opening Saturday, March 21 at 7 pm (for World Puppetry Day) continuing through May 1

Wherever you are and whenever you want during this run, tune in to hear:

A 3500 year-old Jewish woman recounts her crossing of the Red Sea as a 6-year-old Cherokee boy bears witness to the Trail of Tears. Together, they fill in parts of history that often go missing. With the music by Greg Herriges, slide across centuries and continents to travel the rich emotional landscape from struggle to triumph. Directed by artist/activist Laurie Witzkowski and featuring images of the puppets, by photographer Bruce Silcox, puppetry artists Shari Aronson and Chris Griffith (Cherokee tribal member) weave a story inspired by their own ancestries.

Recommended for adults and youth ages 9+ (Through the Narrows features intense subject matter and verbal descriptions of historically accurate violence)

FREE access for all Native American Tribal Members and people who live or work in Central Neighborhood in Minneapolis (thanks to a grant from CANDO).

Pay-What-You-Will General Access (starting at $3, no one turned away from access).

To register, go to this link: <https://zpuppets.org/through-the-narrows>

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