Nioka Workman is among an active force of innovative cellists forging new frontiers for string players. Drawing on the “genius” of celebrated bassists and family members, uncle Arthur Harper and father, Reggie Workman, Nioka has a developed a powerful, original style of her own.
We All Died and Came Back Easier is a mashup of gay cultural history through installation, image and movement, swallowed, digested, and spit back up by a post-Stonewall homo. Performed by Max Wirsing, Dustin Maxwell and Nick LeMere.
Pillsbury House Theatre presents The Chicago Avenue Project: IT’S RAINING CATS AND DOGS starring neighborhood kids and local professional artists April 30 and May 1 Minneapolis, MN – Following the best-selling BUZZER, neighborhood kids and local performing arts professionals are taking over Pillsbury House Theatre for the Chicago Avenue Project. IT’S RAINING CATS AND DOGS […]
A tall Argentine leaves his mother land to come to the U.S. and discovers that changing the language you speak might change who you are. Don’t Cry For Me uses satire, movement, and storytelling to explore connections between language and identity. Performed by Paulino Brener. Directed by Dario Tangelson.
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