Theater

Xochi de la Luna is an agender, queer 1st generation Salvadorian/Mexican immigrant,  artist, director, curator, actor, comedian, and musician. Xochi is decently well known in the arts community for their experimental theater meets radical cabaret show, Mother Goose’s Bedtime Stories . With the show Xochi tries to destroy the notion of creative scarcity. All the while providing a platform of empowerment for POC, LGBTQI and womxn by providing a fantastical atmosphere for radical vulnerability.
 

Cassandra Snow (they/them/she/her) is a professional tarot card reader, writer, and theatre artist located in Minneapolis, MN. They run Gadfly Theatre Productions, are the arts journalist at TheColu.mn (an online LGBTQ+ website), and write the "Queering the Tarot" series featured at Little Red Tarot. Cassandra's writing has been featured on Howlround, at Story Club, Big Fat Comedy Hour, & Strike Theater (to name a few), and right here at Patrick's Cabaret.

Claire is 2005 Minnesota transplant from New England, Claire Avitabile has been directing and producing theatre, and curating performance events for over 15 years.

Julia Nekessa Opoti is a multi-media storyteller.

Atlese Robinson is a writer, performer, and improv lighting designer. Atlese began writing poetry at the age of 11 and has always loved to read. Raised by her African American, Chicago-bred parents in Saint Paul, MN, Atlese’s creative works are inspired by her familial history. Atlese is a firm believer that the human spirit is shown at its most glorious during communal storytelling.

Mina Hollander was born in the summerlands but is colder than a Dutch Wife. She is black or blue or black and blue or pure chocolate and innocently horny. She writes and reads things no one else can see. On the off chance that you recognize her, you may still be asleep. (Did you know hares are solitary animals? Whereas rabbits live in big family warrens.) Mina Hollander is crepuscular & herbivorous, a prey quite afraid of apex predators like you.

Vie Boheme was born in Motown, developed in Pittsburgh and refined in Minneapolis.  She is a former dance artist with TU Dance in St. Paul, Minnesota, a founding member of The August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble and a soul, funk, jazz vocalist, poet, choreographer, performance artist and vinyasa yoga instructor. Over the course of her career she has performed the works of Kyle Abraham, Camille A. Brown, Dwight Rhoden, Uri Sands, Darrell Grand Moultrie and Sidra Bell. Her latest single 'Take Cover' is available for purchase and live streaming on iTunes, Amazon.com and Spotify.

We are five "senior" improvisers who have performed at Huge Theater in four different shows. We are quite silly and irreverent and have gained a reputation in the local improv scene which is mainly comprised of young folks. We get sug- gestions from the audience and create scenes you've never seen before, and will never see again. We hope to add some lightness in these trying times.

House of Larva was founded in 2014 at Beloit College, WI by drag ogress-- Cicada L'Amour-- and her parasitic lover--Enfanga Sphynx. The Co-Operative provided platforms for drag, dance and performance art at Beloit college from 2014-16 through our cabarets, including Carnal Instinct: Dinner for One and Slut Shaman.

Starri enjoys creating altars and performing genderqueer sex magick performance art with other earth worshipping weirdo super heroes. Starri is a founding mother of the Psycick Slutz (who first performed at Patrick's Cabaret in 1992), the Hard Times Cafe, and Gaia Democratic School. Starri can can also be found at the Altar to the Dead at Barebones Production's annual Halloween show and hanging out downtown with 5to10onHennepin and MadeHereMN.

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