Performance (interdisciplinary)

Ell Feldhahn is a south minneapolis-grown artist who works to utilize the stage as a platform for education, representation, and other forms of meaningful creative expression. Integral to their artistry is their identity as a non-binary, indigenous femme, a two-spirit Cherokee promoting intersectionality with a thriving affinity for all things queer. Ell has experience with the Youth Performance Company, toured with Blank Slate theatre, worked and performed with the Young Artist's Council, and been involved in numerous other projects throughout the Twin Cities.

Addison Sharpe is a performer, writer and activist with a demonstrated history of social practice art. Their work has been featured at Patrick's Cabaret, The Minnesota Fringe Festival, Poems While You Wait (Chicago), The Neo-Futurists (Chicago and New York), and Salonathon (Chicago). Their ambition is best exemplified by their long and arduous quest to pet every dog.

Kassha Lisinski is a writer, artist, and performer who enjoys, more than anything, a good healthy grove of trees in the late afternoon. They are an enthusiastic participant in a smattering of activities including dance, soundmaking, self-defense, and the radical dismantling of oppressive political systems. 
 

Eric Larson creates performances. Right now he is interested in awkwardness, internet memes, theatrical conventions, and paraphilias. Upcoming projects include a piece for Red Eye's WIP series in May, and projection design for Lisa Channer's RANT. Eric is a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a BA in Theatre Arts. This is his third performance with Patrick's and he's happy to be back!

Jamez Smith is a poet with decades of material sitting around gathering dust. The collection of journals just keeps growing and growing. He needs help.

Kevin Lanier Moore aka Kaoz is a native Clevelander and an award winning writer, actor, spoken word artist and educator. He began his artistic career appearing in countless plays, community theater projects, independent films and writing competitions. As grand poetry slam champion of his city, Kaoz represented Cleveland at the National Slam competitions two years in a row. 

Venus DeMars is a multidisciplinary artist and musician, best known as a singer-songwriting transgender rock star and leader of the band All the PRetty Horses. DeMArs is also one of the foundational artists for Rifle Sport Alternative Art Gallery, creating the iconic big blue doors that fronted on Hennepin Avenue and installations that included a Honda Civic art car parked halfway up the main staircase. A chance tax audit turned h/ir into a champion of artists' tax rights, after which the Venus DeMars Fund with Springboard for the Arts was established.

Julian Hines has created a kaleidoscope of a path in his artistry for over 10 years in the Twin Cities and abroad. He's studied various genres of dance primarily focused on West African, Hip Hop and Step. Known for his membership in Voice of Culture Drum + Dance, where he trained and honed his craft in West African Dance.

Luz Cruz's work is multidisciplinary; they are a tap dancer, and artist and a writer. Their current work examines generational differences between the upbringing of their ancestors, traditions they have learned and uphold and that of the world they reside in. They center their work around their experiences as a trans person of color, many of their pieces of work are part of a larger show they are currently working on.

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