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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...

Queering the Tarot: The Six of Swords

Last month's inquiry into the Five and Seven of Swords got a little (necessarily) heavy. We touched on mental health, medically transitioning as a...

Twin Cities Queer Arts Must-Sees for August 2017

Welcome back to the Queer Arts Must Sees, The Column's awesome monthly round up of great Twin Cities arts events being produced, performed, or...

Daddy: A Queer Variety Show and Dance Night

It would seem that Minneapolis is not lacking in inclusive queer night life; we have some of the best LGBTQ+ bars I have ever...

Spotlight on the Arts: Lyssa Sparrow

Storytelling is an incredibly underrated, almost underground artistic medium, and the storytelling community here in the Twin Cities is overflowing with LGBTQ+ artists aching...

Queering the Tarot: The Five and Seven of Wands

Today here at “Queering the Tarot,” we've reached two of the hardest cards to face in the deck. The Five and Seven of Swords...