Tuesday, November 17, 2020

(All day)

Hatchet Lady

(All day)
Runs 65 minutes

online

$10 and up
Buy tickets online

Presented by Walking Shadow Theatre Company
  • Drama
  • Musical

Hatchet Lady: Carry Nation, Angel of Destruction

written by Savannah Reich

music by Luc Parker

directed by John Heimbuch

Carry Nation splinters unsuspecting saloons with her mighty hatchet! She targets nothing less than the limits of society. The men would shut her down, but God calls her on, and her awesome legacy is one of inspiration, passion and determination. An unabashedly feminist rock musical! What do you have that needs to be smashed?

Originally staged December 1 – 16, 2017 at the Red Eye Theatre
Streaming online until November 30, 2020

Content Warnings: This production contains adult language and references to alcohol and drunkenness.

HOW IT WORKS

This video is hosted on Vimeo and requires a password to watch. When you purchase, you’ll receive the link and the password.

Tickets are Choose-Your-Price, minimum $10.

Consider paying an amount that reflects the number of people who will watch the video! Consider paying additional to represent extra “tickets” to share with your friends! Consider hosting a virtual Watch Party where you and your friends all watch at the same time and share reactions!

The video will be available to watch through November 30. You can watch as many times as you like through that date. You can pause or restart at any time.

SUPPORT THE ARTISTS

80% of ticket sales go directly to the artists. We’re paying everyone involved — actors, musicians, stage management team, and designers. All have given permission for their work to be reused in this way!

Consider paying more than the minimum to support the artists!

HOW TO BUY

https://www.walkingshadow.org/shows/hatchet-lady/

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7 pm

To Breed, or Not to Breed

7:00 pm
Runs 45 minutes

The Crane Theater
2303 Kennedy St. NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413

Presented by Fortune's Fool Theatre
  • Storytelling

From November 4-22, Fortune’s Fool Theatre presents three weeks of intimate, revealing storytelling in an exciting new format that brings back live performance without sacrificing safety. Each week at the Crane Theater, a different cast of six performers will share personal stories connected to parenting, or not parenting, in an environment that  goes above and beyond the current COVID-19 requirements for performance spaces to protect the staff, performers, and audience.

Our large, diverse group of artists: Linda Sue Anderson & Tim Hammett, David Coral & Vicki Knight, Josh Cragun, Eli Effinger-Weintraub, Heidi Garrido, Kelli Gorr, Suzie Juul, Matthew Kessen, Anthony and Haley Sisler-Neuman (performed by Piper Quinn), Jenna Papke, Ariel Pinkerton, Daniel Pinkerton, Jen Scott, Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay (performed by Jeannie Lander), Jean Wolff, Duck Washington, and Doc Woods. See our website for each week's lineup.

Directed by Ben Layne, stage managed by Piper Quinn, lighting by Ariel Pinkerton, music by Aaron Henderson, art by Grace Goeks, press photography by Jace Garrido-Edington for HM Photography.

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8 pm

The Not-So-Silent Planet: Air and Water

8:00 pm
Runs 75 minutes

Zoom Meeting Room

$5-10 recommended donation, though nobody is turned away from watching!
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Presented by Word Sprout
  • Cabaret/variety
  • Storytelling

"And the ship went out into the High Sea and passed into the West, until at last on a night of rain Frodo smelled a sweet fragrance on the air and heard the sound of singing that came over the water. And then it seemed to him that as in his dream in the house of Bombadil, the grey rain-curtain turned all to silver glass and was rolled back, and he beheld white shores and beyond them a far green country under a swift sunrise."

- J.R.R. Tolkien, The Return of the King

ABOUT THE SHOW

Have you ever imagined a world whose laws of physics differed from our own? In our current dystopian future, the Not-So-Silent Planet is entering cyberspace. Listen to some of the most frequent contributors to the country's only recurring open-mic dedicated to speculative fiction: fantasy, sci-fi, or supernatural horror!

This November, we turn to the stuff of life itself -- of what we breathe and what we drink, of spirits and inspiration, of beings that walk through the air or lurk in the darkest depths. Featuring original fiction by regulars Vu Dang, Pat Harrigan, Michael Merriam, and Tim Wick, with up-and-coming playwright Matthew Stoffel as our special guest teller! Tune in, and hear about places of which you've never dreamt.

WARNING: while we appreciate the importance of safe spaces, we also appreciate the importance of unsafe spaces, in which writers can experiment with edgier material. None of the stories are screened, and performers may present adult content. We’re free-speech absolutists, and recognize that that occasionally comes at an uncomfortable price.

Growing poetry and storytelling one word at a time, Word Sprout is based in Minneapolis and specializes in producing and capturing Live Literature at its finest. We are committed to providing both open forums and curated stages for people to embrace and share the words that are most important to them in storytelling, poetry, and genre bending verbal explosions.

PRAISE FOR THE NOT-SO-SILENT PLANET

"It shouldn’t be a surprise to you that ultra-hip MPLS + STPL has an open mic night dedicated to...sci-fi, fantasy, tales of the supernatural and such. It also shouldn’t be a surprise that the quality of the material is higher than an H.G. Wells zeppelin."
- Hitara, Secrets of the City

"...that was some delightfully trippy shit...mind-bendingly strange and fun...they burrow into your mind and keep you thinking about them long after they’re done."
- Matthew Everett, Single White Fringe Geek

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