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GoSeeDo: August 4­–14 — Minnesota Fringe Festival

  The 29th annual Fringe Fest is back for the first fully in-person festival since the pandemic started. Fringe Fest

  • 07/28/2022
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Placing Birth in Public Memory

To place an experience onstage is to insist that it is worthy of remembering.

  • 04/28/2022
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Claire Avitabile: Making Space for Queer Theatre

“There are so many queer artists and so many trans artists who found a home in 20%, myself included.”

  • 11/25/2020
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Creating Joy

Joy Dolo’s mission is to create opportunities for diverse performers to share their stories and transform narratives. It drives her

  • 11/26/2019
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Choosing Story

We asked creative directors to tell us why they chose to bring particular stories to the stage. Signe Harriday: Three-dimensional

  • 09/01/2018
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The Theater of Public Policy: The women who use improv to spark conversation

Comedy and politics: a natural combination. Many comedians and comedy troupes are political; many politicians are funny (sometimes intentionally). But

  • 05/01/2016
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Jill Bernard: The queen of improv

Pushing the boundaries of the relatively new art of improvisation at a small theater ironically named HUGE.

  • 05/01/2016
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‘Are You Thirsty?’

Heart of the Beast Theater has put a spotlight on water issues for over 30 years

  • 10/01/2015

“U/G/L/Y”, women and identity

“Many tentacles that lead back to growing community through the arts” is how award-winning actor/activist Shá Cage describes not only

  • 09/01/2015

Strong Women

We asked women to talk about a strong woman who inspired them

  • 04/01/2015

2013 Changemakers: “Nellie”

I wanted to show the genesis of how people become who they are. Everyone’s always looking for the big flares, but for her, it was a series of soft tugs to pay attention, to make connections. … We see Nellie evolve into an activist, into herself, and that’s important.”

  • 12/02/2013

2012 Changemaker: Theatre Unbound

“People make a lot of assumptions when they hear ‘women’s theater.’ As soon as people work with us, they understand what we’re doing.”

  • 12/02/2012