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Queering the Queen of Wands

Queering the Queens and Kings of any suit gets a little bit tricky, and is in fact where a lot of students get caught...

Spotlight on the Arts: Hieu Minh Nguyen

There are poets who address deeply personal issues in a way that crawls under your skin and sticks with you, in a way that...

The Big Fat Comedy Hour debuts at Lush

Sarah McPeck is a local lesbian comedian who's already made quite a name for herself here in the Twin Cities (and has, in fact,...

Gadfly Theatre to debut “And Then They fell”

The queer and feminist theatre company, Gadfly Theatre Productions, will debut And Then They Fell in mid-march. And Then They Fell by Tira Palmquist...

Queering the Tarot: The Knight of Wands

If I had to sum up the entire sight of Wands into one card, this is the rare suit where it wouldn't be the...

Spotlight on the Arts: Lisa Marie Brimmer

There are a handful of artists in the city who's talent and presence still intimidate me, people who I'm dying to work with but...

BlackQueerInk Ushers In New Era at Patrick’s Cabaret

Last month I had the honor of learning about Keno Evol and Black Table Arts, and I got to highlight black queer poets that...

Spotlight on the Arts: Jay Simmons

I first met Jay Simmons (he/him/his) several years ago when I cast him as several different genders and roles in a production of QUEER!...

Queering the Tarot: The Page of Wands

By popular request, this series will take an in depth look at the court cards individually, instead of in a group or as pairs...

Twenty Percent Theatre’s The Pink Unicorn brings intimacy, humor

In 2015, 20% Theatre Company's produced The Pink Unicorn by Elise Forier Edie on a limited run basis. It's a small, intimate show with...