Raw Material: the Calof Development Series is an intimate event inviting three performance artists of any genre to share work in progress, get feedback from the audience, and participate in an interview revealing insight about the artist's process. Held on the last Wednesday of most months at the Fox Egg Gallery in South Minneapolis. This event is free, but we appreciate a suggested donation of $5-10 to support our work.
Pangea World Theater co-present’s Patrick’s Cabaret’s "Anything but English" – a multilingual cabaret featuring artists whose native language is “Anything but English." On the surface, language is a tool that helps us communicate and think. But language can also pull forth memories, sentiment, and sometimes discomfort. In this multilingual cabaret, we invite performers to explore what happens in a multilingual space where the connections formed between people are forced to move beyond mere words.
Socially engaged performance created and performed in a single week—THEATER in a FLASH!
“An artist is a lightning rod, and has a responsibility to catch that electricity in the air...to listen to the world and provide opportunities for reflection, perspective, catharsis, resistance. This is our protest.” - Guest Producer Kat Purcell
Come join us for a TWO NIGHT event! A super ensemble of black queer magic!
Be in the room as we cultivate volume in black literature that celebrates black queer life. This event is a collaboration between BlackTableArts and Patrick's Cabaret, and will take place at the Phoenix Theater in South Minneapolis. You will hear from eight brilliant black queer writers. We invite you to participate in an evening of conjuring and creation as we travel with these poets to other worlds in black time and space.
artists gone WILD! Patrick’s Cabaret presents performances about all things beastly, both exotic and familiar. The word "animal" comes from the Latin "animalis," meaning having breath, having soul, or living being? In biology the Animal Kingdom (or "Kingdom Animalias") includes all manners of beings, from cats and lions to jellyfish and insects--and, of course, humans (though we often forget we're animals too).
Sydney holds a BFA in Dance from MSU Mankato. She has produced and choreographed a Fringe show titled Genesis//Revelations and has had her work in 4 adjudicated ACDA shows as well as had the honor of performing works by Dan Stark, Stuart Pimsler, Shapiro & Smith, Gabriel Anderson, Penny Freeh, Julie Kerr-Berry, Uri Sands and Karis Sloss. She is elated to be performing at Patrick's!
Patrick’s Cabaret is excited to announce a new payment structure for artists in our Open Call, Concept, and Guest Curated Cabaret programs starting with the Fall 2016 season.
The new plan, in “experiment mode” for the 2016 Fall Season, includes a guaranteed $50 stipend for performers, plus 100% of advance tickets artists sell themselves, plus a percent of the door whenever sales exceed 80% of available seats.