Boy Who Loved Puppets
Follow your dreams no matter what. Believe in yourself and your work. Puppetry from different traditions and cultures.
Buy Tickets: Jan 13
Circus Minimus: The One-Man Circus in-a-Suitcase
participate in an enthralling, whimsical celebration of the imagination. From Kevin O’Keefe’s suitcase an entire circus emerges: tent, band, lights and the boisterous ringmaster Steve Fitzpatrick.
Buy Tickets: Jan 15
Game of Thrones: The Musical
Sesame Street meets Game of Thrones in this children’s show for adults. Come for the dragons and puppet-on-puppet violence, stay for the hilarious songs and vocabulary lessons. Winner of the Twin Cities Arts Reader’s
2016 Best of Fringe and Critic’s Pick awards.
True Contemporary Supernatural Tales of Hawaii. For thirty years, local people have told storyteller JEFF GERE their
bizarre, true, supernatural experiences. In this show, Jeff shares his favorites. Come on, don't be afraid - but don't come alone.
Buy Tickets: Jan 14
New Mama Ensemble are drawn together by one commonality - motherhood. Here we reflect through dance and text on the
mortifying, overwhelming, and yet somehow still terrific insider truths
of mothers. From pregnancy to birth, family life to nursing, cries to
Buy Tickets: Jan 12
Me, My Songs & I
The key to Aloha is finding your song and singing it. "Me, My Songs & I" is an exploration of the ups and downs and twists and unusual turns in life.
Jeff Gere shares folktales through the art of shadow puppetry that will be projected on the wall using an overhead projector, and on a 'laptop' (Shadow theater that sits on Jeff's lap). This is a rare form of story animation, and Jeff is delighted to share his tales with kids of any age.
Buy Tickets: Jan 15
Stef Mariani delivers sensitive melodies and driven lyrics that come together to form a passionate sound straight from the heart. Born to Northern California based folk singer songwriter Carolyn Haley-Murray, her biggest musical influence comes from her family.
If skin could talk, what kind of journey would it take us on? Replete with techno, waltz, lullabies and superheroes, thin skin is an exploration of the layers we put on and take off over the course of a lifetime. What do we allow to be seen?
The waters will rise, the tides will turn. Three generations of women struggle to survive changes in climate as the world sinks into the sea.
Tiny Seismic is a shared dance and new media program with dance artists Peiling Kao, Kara Miller, and Friends. This event includes improvisation and video dance installations with live and digital performers.