Patrick’s Cabaret and the Aliveness Project, a nonprofit community center for people living with HIV, culminate a year-long residency with a final performance at the Pillsbury House Theater. Aliveness Project Members have spent the last year working with Teaching Artists drawn from Patrick’s Cabaret’s vast network of artists to develop and refine their ability to tell stories about their own lives. This special afternoon event, free to Aliveness Project Members, brings together Teaching Artists and Aliveness Project Members for readings and performances about resilience and healing.
10 Artists from the Aliveness Project Member community
And Teaching Artists…
FREE for Aliveness Project Members
$5-20 sliding scale for the general public, online or at the door
Advanced tickets online at AlivenessLive.bpt.me or 1-800-838-3006
Produced by Patrick’s Cabaret
At Pillsbury House Theater
This Teaching Artist Residency program was a collaboration between Patrick’s Cabaret and The Aliveness Project, made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.