Q-Stage: New Works Series SET "A"

Presented by 20% Theatre Company

The Phoenix Theater

2605 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis 55408


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Past performances

Thursday, May 17 7:30 pm
  • Pay what you can night
Friday, May 18 7:30 pm
  • ASL interpreted
  • Pay what you can night
Saturday, May 19 7:30 pm
  • Pay what you can night
Storytelling Experimental New work Minnesota premiere

20% Theatre Company Twin Cities presents Q-STAGE: an experimental series dedicated to providing a stage for queer artists and performance-makers to showcase new work. 


Directed & Choreographed by Pedro Pablo Lander
Featuring Beliza Torres Narváez, Genevieve D. Johnson, Kim Schneider, Lelis Brito, Pedro Pablo Lander, Sharon Picasso, and Tim Rehborg

Noche Bomba is an exploration of forms and gender. Movement; expression; drag; social dance. Gender as fiction, socially constructed; gender as reality, its actual implications. Interweaving forms to construct imagery. The journey of Pedro Pablo Lander's Latinx gender evolution, navigating through the deeply rooted Venezuelan and latinx machismo, tightly bound to their identity development.


Written & Performed by Marcel Michelle-Mobama 

What is the line between education and inculcation? What is the relationship between media consumption and self-harm? How far will we go to protect ourselves? Why is it so hard for us to name the evil we named so long ago? There are indeed demons in America. 

After spending months immersed in alt-right (nee Nazi) literature, Marcel will use movement, music, and text in an attempt to return to the land of the left. She is armed with new knowledge, covered in scars (camouflage. armor. something.), and she is going out. 

Both pieces perform each night! 

Thursday, Friday & Saturday, May 17-19 at 7:30pm
DEAF/ASL INTERPRETED May 18 by Hunta Williams & Nella Titus!

The Phoenix Theater, 2605 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis

TICKETS: $5-$25 Sliding Scale

Seating is GENERAL ADMISSION - choose your own. What you pay for tickets has nothing to do with where you sit.