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Twin Cities queer arts must-sees this October

Welcome back to the Queer Arts Must Sees, our awesome round up of great Twin Cities arts events being produced, performed, or otherwise directly...

Controlled Burn: Queer Performance for a World on Fire starts burning on October 5th

A three night festival of queer artists centered on anger, sadness, and imperfection already sounds like exactly what I want to see as the...

Savage Umbrella’s Ex-Gays: Not a Str8 Remount is a solid show about a heavy...

I don't think I've ever started a review by stating that a play is too good at what it does. That is the level...

Spotlight on the Arts: Trung Le Nguyen (or Trungles)

Trung Le Nguyen is a name you probably know if you know a lot about LGBTQ+ friendly tarot, are consistently searching for self-published comics,...

Twin Cities Queer Arts must-sees for September

Welcome back to the Queer Arts Calendar, our awesome round up of great Twin Cities arts events being produced, performed, or otherwise directly created...

Georgette Kelly’s “Ballast” brings trans characters autonomy and humanity center stage

Ballast, by Georgette Kelly, has a lot of great stuff packed into a ninety minute show that centers around two couples, each with one...

Queering the Tarot: The Eight through Ten of Swords

The Swords are not our kindest suit, but they represent something even darker that a lot of us have trouble facing: our own shadow...

Patrick’s Cabaret and charity foundation settle anti-LGBTQ discrimination complaint

Patrick’s Cabaret, a queer-led Twin Cities art organization, settled with the Laura Jane Musser Fund after Patrick’s Cabaret filed a complaint with the Minnesota...

Innovative student group reimagines gay classic “Bent” by Martin Sherman

As our world descends slowly into chaos, I am continuously impressed by the progressive youth in their advocacy, activism, and their art. Few people...

Navigating the 2017 Minnesota Fringe Festival as a queer person

The Minnesota Fringe Festival is, in short, 167 plays, storytelling, dance, and variety shows that are an hour long or less stretched out over...