Archive | Late Nite 2018

Jasmine Hearn courtesy of Whitney Browne Photography

Jasmine Hearn // November 10, 2018

Jasmine Hearn, a native Houstonian, graduated from Point Park University. A Bronx based choreographer, teacher, performer, and dancer, she currently collaborates with filmmaker and visual artist, Alisha B. Wormsley.  A part of the performance cast of TRANSMISSIONS, an exhibition by Nick Mauss at the Whitney Museum, Jasmine has also worked and performed with vocabdance, David Dorfman Dance, Solange Knowles, […]

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Zainab Musa // November 17, 2018

Zainab is a performance artist; an actor for the stage, television and film. Skilled in West African Dance, she comes to the expression of the body as a vital religious practice of her human right to freedom of expression. Z is thrilled and blessed to be invited back to Pillsbury House theater where her mentors […]

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Taylor Seaberg – Seaberg Band // November 3, 2018

Late Nite Piece: “Afro Forrealism” as performed by Seaberg.  In a world of constant dysphoria and existential crisis, gender-queer performer, Taylor Seaberg, navigates the world from the perspective of a hip hop head and punk rocker as an Afro surrealist examining the world around them. Trapped in a mental health spiral of bi-polar disorder and mania this […]

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Ashley Selmer // November 17, 2018

Ashley Selmer graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance (emphasis in choreography & performance). She is trained in jazz, contemporary, ballet, hip-hop and African. Selmer’s choreography has been seen in In The Heights and Jesus Christ Superstar (Ordway Center for the Performing Arts). You may have seen Ashley […]

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Blackout Improv // November 10, 2018

Blackout Improv is a hilarious comedy troupe. The style is a mix of comedy, social justice, and arts access. We seek to put more Black performers on more stages; to create comedic dialogue around serious truths; and to provide more opportunities for Black students. Blackout is changing the face of stages in Minnesota. Blackout’s cast […]

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