Date: Fri-Sat, September 14-15, 2018 at 7:30 pm
Tickets: $5 at the door by cash, check or credit card.
Ages: For ages 13+
Duration: 90 minutes
One World Ensemble presents
One World Ensemble
Concerts by the One World Ensemble: Shahriyar Jamshidi, kamanche (Kurdish spike fiddle) and vocal; and Alex Lubet, mountain dulcimer, guitar, and ukulele.
The One World Ensemble, comprised of Toronto-based Kurdish-Canadian Shahriyar Jamshidi and Minnesotan Alex Lubet, was formed in 2016, for a series of performances in Ontario. We are reuniting for Shahriyar Jamshidi’s US debut. The program consists of music inspired by Kurdish, Jewish and other traditions, original compositions, folk music, and improvisations.
Date: Saturday, September 8, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $10. SOLD OUT
Ages: Ages 13+ (Please note that one story involves themes of sexual violence)
Duration: 90-120 minutes, with intermission.
Exposed Brick Theatre presents
by Ashawnti Sakina Ford
Directed by Joy Dolo
Edges is a new play about the hair stories of African American women, past and present. The staged reading culminates a workshop week of play development.
Exposed Brick Theatre is dedicated to telling the untold stories through theatre and performance art. We create opportunities for audiences and artists to grow beyond their own personal experience and view their world from new and multiple perspectives. By creating original work that dissects unexamined subject matter, we give voice to silenced issues and populations with the overall intention of fostering an authentic understanding across divides.
Exposed Brick Theatre is a fiscal year 2018 recipient of a Cultural Community Partnership grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation by the Minnesota State Legislature; and by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Date: Thursday, August 23, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets: $15. SOLD OUT.
Ages: All ages
Duration: 60-75 minutes, with intermission.
Nicolas Carter Harp presents
Nicolas Carter Harp Journey
Harpist Nicolas Carter makes a special visit to his home state of Minnesota, bringing magical melodies on the Paraguayan harp and sharing stories of his adventures harping in the world. Come and relax, renew, refresh with nurturing soul music and touching stories.
Nicolas Carter is a talented and versatile International harpist, born in Minnesota and raised in Paraguay where he learned to play the Paraguayan harp. Carter creates unique performances blending his musicianship with his skills as a theatre artist/storyteller. His authentic, warm and friendly interaction creates an intimate experience bringing inspiration, motivation and joy. Carter has been composing, recording, teaching and performing for over 25 years and has played all over United States, Latin America, Europe and Israel.
Dates: June 28-30, 2018 (Thu-Sat at 7:00 p.m. & Sat at 1:00 p.m.)
Tickets: $15 ($12 Student/Senior)
Duration: 90-120 minutes, including intermission.
Applause Community Theatre presents
4 One Act Plays x 3 Local Playwrights + 1 Guy from Montana
Join us for 4 one act plays by 3 local playwrights, with one co-author from Montana as Applause continues to explore short plays about the human condition:
- Embers by Robert Galligan
- Come Dance by James Lundy and Olaf Elander
- The Body Politic [an indecent proposal] by Terry Newby
- Ice Cubes by James Lundy
In 2017, our production of “Mr. Burns: the First Act” won several awards at MACTFest, held by the Minnesota Association of Community Theaters. Come see what we do with these shows. One of them may be entered in the 2018 FastFest theater festival in Cloquet, Minnesota.
Date: Sat, June 23, 2018 at 7:30 pm
Tickets: You can make a suggested donation of $5 at the door by cash, check or credit card. Or donate $10 and receive a copy of the artist’s new CD, Deep State.
Ages: For ages 13+
Duration: 1.5 – 2 hrs.
Alex Lubet presents
East: Asian and Jewish Music for Mountain Dulcimer
A concert of new works for mountain dulcimer, performed by Alex Lubet, with a guest appearance by Vietnamese vocalist/violinist Kimchi Hoang.
The program includes Lubet’s own compositions and pieces written for him by Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Indonesian composers, including Iris Shiraishi, Yan Pang, Soojin Lee, and Jay Afrisando.