Theater

Kat Purcell (they/them) is a trans artist and activist newly moved to Minneapolis, MN from New York City. From intensive classical training to agit-prop street art performance to lighting design and production management, their diverse and comprehensive experience has led them to the conclusion that art and performance are the key to galvanizing the healing and activism of communities.

A.P. is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Minneapolis, MN. Their performance work has been performed as a part of 20% Theatre Company’s Naked I and Q-Stage, at Queertopia, Patrick’s Cabaret, Bryant Lake Bowl, and Madame. In addition to performance, A.P. works with photography, poetry, non-fiction based narrative and sometimes dance. A.P. believes their artistic process is sort of like a spiritual science, and remains curious and open to its outcomes. 

 

Ifrah Mansour is an internationally recognized Somali multidisciplinary artist and educator, interweaving text, movement, digital media, and sound. Her self-produced original show "How to Have Fun in A Civil War" played to full houses in 2016 and was remounted in 2017. She has performed at Intermedia Arts, the Children's Theater Company, Red Eye, the Minnesota State Fair, and Patrick's Cabaret, among others, and has become known for her uniquely humorous approach to exploring trauma.

 

Liv Hnilicka is a Midwest based performer, writer, comedian, and advocate for TBLG identified people. As a graduate of Second City, she has performed at Annoyance Theatre, UIC, Depaul, and MCA. She also was a regular contributing artist to Chicago's underground drag and burlesque communities, collaborating with organizations like Chances Dances, Salonathon, and Northern Lights. She also loves her puppy Madame Chang and roasted brussels sprouts.

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!

Alyssa Perau has been working in the Twin Cities as an actor and theater educator since graduating with a B.F.A in Theater Performance

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. 

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