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Through out the school year, Keno Evol, aka Antoine Duke, has been teaching Power of Our Voices, an after school Hip Hop / Theater / Spoken Word program in which young adults create original work.
Come join us for POV’s end-of-year celebration as the youth ensemble showcase their original performance based in Hip Hop, Theater, Spoken Word, and Movement.
May 10th 7:00pm
at Pillsbury House Theater
3501 Chicago Avenue S, Minneapolis
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The performance is free of charge and open to all ages.
Pillsbury House Theatre’s award-winning Chicago Avenue Project presents Once in a Blue Moon.
With a colorful cast of dragon slayers and dragon tamers, haunted volcanoes, intergalactic fashion police, and a hypocritical hypochondriac, Once in a Blue Moon features 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 6 and 7, 2013
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.
Taj Ruler and Rykiah in The Adventures of A and M: Haunted Volcano! by Jen Scott, directed by Adam Gauger
Carolyn Pool and Arley in Bunny and the Bot by Paige Collette, directed by Rachel Austin
Matt Guidry and Alonso in Dragon Slayer of South Minneapolis by Cory Hinkle, directed by Jamil Jude
Katie Kaufmann and Diego in No Mystery Too Small by Levi Weinhagen, directed by Per Jans0n
Jamila Anderson and Jazmin in Flowers for Snow by Nathan Young, directed by Mary Keepers
Ivory Doublette and Rashell in Intergalactic Fashion Police by Heather Meyer, directed by Jennifer Blagen
H.Adam Harris and Aaron in Dragon Tamer by Carlyle Brown, directed by Brian Balcom
Ricardo Vazquez and Abi in The Hypocritical Hypochondriac written and directed by Jessica Huang
Dustin Bronson and Malachi in The Not so Great Ori’gamee by Jeffrey Hatcher, directed by Terry Hempleman
Joetta Wright and Gabriel in Big Foot in the Jungle by Lisa Brimmer, directed by Jill Underwood
Playwright Sharon Bridgforth’s ‘River See’ is moving, mystical
by Rohan Preston, Star Tribune
“if you let it take you where it wants to, if you follow its gestures and open up, the result is a production that is mystical and knowing.” Read the full review »
‘River See’ review: Go with the flow and the journey is intriguing
by Dominic Papatola, Pioneer Press
“Bridgforth and her company are consistently warm and engaging. Too, the interaction between artists and audiences feels like a genuine collaboration; not like the squirmy, faintly embarrassing gimmick of ‘audience participation.’” Read the full review »
Highlights + Features
‘River See’ is challenging and magical by Pamela Espeland, Minnpost
“It’s part theater, part jazz, part dreamy dream, lovely to watch and often funny.” Read the full commentary »
River See opens at Pillsbury House
by Sheila Regan, City Pages’ Dressing Room
“Bridgforth is developing the text as well as her unique method of telling the story, which involves what she refers to as ritual jazz, simultaneity, choral storytelling, movement, and activating the audience to become storytellers themselves. During each performance, Bridgforth composes a moving soundscape to support the action of the narrative, with Sonja Parks playing the role of See, an African American woman on a spiritual journey.” Read the full story »
River See comes to the Pillsbury House Theatre
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What the Audience is Saying
Twitter: “River See @PHouseTheatre was beautiful, loved the participation w/audience.”