Chicago Avenue Project: Easy as Pie

From the Kitchen of: Chicago Avenue Project. Recipe: Easy as Pieas Pie

Pillsbury House Theatre’s award-winning Chicago Avenue Project presents Easy as Pie, featuring ten original, short plays written by professional playwrights, directed by professionals, and performed by some of the Twin Cities’ top theatre artists in partnership with South Minneapolis youth.

May 12 and 13, 2014

Monday at 7:00 pm Tuesday at 4:00 and 7:00 pm

at Pillsbury House Theatre, 3501 Chicago Avenue S., Minneapolis
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Admission is free —just show up! All ages welcome.

The Plays

Ferocious Beasts
by Jessica Huang, directed by Matt Guidry, and starring Regina Williams and Marlin

Minne-mwahahaha
by Jake Jeppson, directed by Ellen Conn, and starring Nike Kadre and Alonso

Finders Keepers?
by Lisa Brimmer, directed by Megan Lembke, and starring Jamila Anderson and Diego

Vector
by Deborah Yarchun, directed by Brant Miller, and starring Dylan Fresco and Lamonte

Spit V. Take
by Steve Ackerman, directed by Christopher Allen, and starring Carly Wicks and Gabe

The Game Master
by Anton Jones, directed by Emily Gill, and starring Carolyn Pool and Arley

Finding Maui
by Heather Meyer, directed by Sheila Regan, and starring Aimee Bryant and Nat

The Magical Shoes
by May Lee-Yang, directed by Terry Hempleman, and starring Sam Pearson and Amir

Peperoni or Peace: a General’s Last Choice
by Jen Scott, directed by Jess Finney, and starring Caitlin Rogers and Manny

Zog the Magnificent
by Joseph Evans, directed by Jenny Ward, and starring Joy Dolo and Mimi

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