Call for Performers: Cabaret show for the Fringe Festival

Patrick’s Cabaret presents…“Wait...Didn’t Patrick’s Cabaret Close?”

At the Minnesota Fringe Festival, August 4-12, 2017

Venue: Intermedia Arts, 2822 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55408

 

About the show:

“Wait...didn’t Patrick’s Cabaret close?” It’s a question we still get. So we’re producing a Fringe Festival show this summer that showcases the community of artists that have graced the many stages of Patrick’s Cabaret, proving that we’re not closed--in fact, we’re just getting started.

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Call for Teaching Artists & Teaching Assistants

 
Location: Twin Cities-Minnesota
Type: Independent Contractor
Category: Education
Compensation: $605-1410 for each Teaching Artist (depending on project) $25/workshop stipend for Teaching Assistants
Reports to: Teaching Artist Residency Producer
Website: patrickscabaret.org
Deadline: May 2, 2017

 

Overview

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