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  • Written by Alexis Clements Directed by Mariah Larkin Inspired by the 45 year-old Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn, NY, UNKNOWN offers a portrait of a small community of lesbians that spans four generations, and it asks how we come to know a person as something more than the role they play in our lives or the labels society applies to them. October 18-27, 2019 at The Crane Theater 2303 Kennedy St NE #120, Minneapolis, MN, 55413 PERFORMANCES Friday, October 18, 2019 @ 7:30pm Saturday, Oc…
  • 20% Theatre Company seeks submissions for the world premiere production of The Naked I: 6.0 (official title TBD) to be performed at Mixed Blood Theatre, April 16-26, 2020.  Featuring a variety of performance types, The Naked I provides a platform to explore the experiences and talents of LGBTQIAP+ people, including topics such as gender identity/ies, relationships, bodies/body-image, transgender/gender non-conforming experiences, and all-around/self-defined queer-ness. WHAT TO SUBMIT / WHAT…
  • Written by Alexis Clements Directed by Mariah Larkin Inspired by the 45 year-old Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn, NY, UNKNOWN offers a portrait of a small community of lesbians that spans four generations, and it asks how we come to know a person as something more than the role they play in our lives or the labels society applies to them. October 18-27, 2019 at The Crane Theater 2303 Kennedy St NE #120, Minneapolis, MN, 55413 PERFORMANCES Friday, October 18, 2019 @ 7:30pm Saturday, Oc…
  • Written by Alexis Clements Directed by Mariah Larkin Inspired by the 40-year-old Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn, NY, UNKNOWN offers a portrait of a small community of lesbians that spans four generations, and it asks how we come to know a person as something more than the role they play in our lives or the labels society applies to them. October 18-27, 2019 at The Crane Theater 2303 Kennedy St NE #120, Minneapolis, MN, 55413 PERFORMANCES Friday, October 18, 2019 @ 7:30pm Saturday, Oc…
  • 20% Theatre Company is currently hiring for an Executive Director.  Soon to enter its 14th season, 20% Theatre Company is a growing non-profit artistic production company based in Minneapolis, producing new plays and experimental new works that are artist-driven, with a focus on centering artists of color, with disabilities, and with queer and transgender identities. For more information about our history and work, visit www.tctwentypercent.org.  This is a new position, breaking apart the c…
  • 20% Theatre Company is currently hiring for an Executive Director.  Soon to enter its 14th season, 20% Theatre Company is a growing non-profit artistic production company based in Minneapolis, producing new plays and experimental new works that are artist-driven, with a focus on centering artists of color, with disabilities, and with queer and transgender identities. For more information about our history and work, visit www.tctwentypercent.org.  This is a new position, breaking apart the c…
  • Q-STAGE: New Works Series annually produces the work of four local queer emerging artists across two weekends of performance. Q-STAGE seeks to shift consciousness of and about queer identity through new performance work, facilitate conversation surrounding queer identities and queer art, and contribute to the growth of local, emerging queer artists. 20% Theatre Company presents the 6th annual Q-STAGE: New Works Series, featuring four experimental world premiere performances created by local quee…
  • Q-STAGE: New Works Series annually produces the work of four local queer emerging artists across two weekends of performance. Q-STAGE seeks to shift consciousness of and about queer identity through new performance work, facilitate conversation surrounding queer identities and queer art, and contribute to the growth of local, emerging queer artists. 20% Theatre Company presents the 6th annual Q-STAGE: New Works Series, featuring four experimental world premiere performances created by local quee…
  • Named for the practice of burning a prairie to promote new growth, Controlled Burn is a space for queer rage, revolution, and reclamation, aimed at regeneration.    An intersectional space for queer performers, Controlled Burn is a cabaret-type festival curated by the fiercely talented Taja Will, Maia Jean and Dua Saleh. This special three-night event features a unique lineup each evening.   Controlled Burn was originally created in 2016 by Patrick’s Cabaret, a queer-led performance art inc…