Theater

Nikki Abramson is an actor, performer, teaching artist, choreographer, writer and author of 2 books and 5 anthologies. She is a Korean adoptee with multiple rare genetic disabilities: mitochondria myopathy and dystonia whose desire is to share her story and message through the stage. She co-produced, co-wrote with Breaking Barriers with Toolbox Theatre LLC  'No Limits' and 'Beyond Limits' which addresses adoption, disabilities, and assumptions using a message of overcoming challenges. In addition to curating 2017 CabarABLE, Nikki appeared in the 2016 CabarABLE.

Bruce Ario began writing when his recovery began after taking an incomplete degree in law school and a period of homelessness. He began as a poet, moved into playwriting, and settled in as a novelist.

Actor/writer Amy Salloway is the creator of the award-winning, autobiographical touring solo plays "Does This Monologue Make Me Look Fat?,"  “So Kiss Me Already, Herschel Gertz!,” and “Circumference,” as well as the two-person show “Entwined”.  Amy has contributed stories to MPR's "In the Loop," CBC radio's "Definitely Not The Opera", and the national podcast "Risk!"  She teaches memoir, creative writing and storytelling through Minneapolis Community Ed and The Story Studio, and performs regularly at The Mot

Dylan Fresco is a theater artist and musician who works as a writer, performer, producer, and educator with a diverse array of arts and community partners. Projects take him from performance stages to school classrooms, from community centers to neighborhood sidewalks. In his work, he invites connections between people and communities through story, music, poetry and movement.

Anna Kunin is a theater artist and educator with deep roots in Theater/Pedagogy of the Oppressed and physical approaches to devised performance. Anna’s artistic process sparks in the space between rigorous play and conceptual fervor, creating performances that challenge, connect and incite.

Saymoukda Vongsay is a Lao American poet, playwright, and cultural producer. Her writings can be found in the Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement and The Asian American Literary Review. Her plays have been presented by Mu Performing Arts, Lazy Hmong Woman Productions, Theater Unbound, and the Consortium of Asian American Theater Artists. The critically acclaimed KUNG FU ZOMBIES VS CANNIBALS was named "Best Production of 2013" (L’Etoile Magazine).

An adventurous (most often stationary) traveller, her creative ambition has increased by 1000% since visiting the West Coast a year ago. As long as she can remember, Adrienne has been scheming up scenes and dialogue in her mind that she hopes to one day cultivate into a masterpiece for the big screen. She can’t thank her loved ones and peers enough for fiercely showing her their love even in times of intense Virgo neuroticism. A very special thank you to Peanut and Penny for inspiring this project.

Dancer, Choreographer, Black American Griot

 

Brenda Bell Brown is a writer, performance and visual artist.  She possesses degrees from Brown and Hampton Universities in Theatre Arts and Museum Studies.  Currently enrolled in the Hamline University MFA in Creative Writing program, she plans to culminate her studies with a PhD in communication and theatre.

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