Code You

Dates: February 16-25, 2023 (see full schedule below)
Tickets: $22 ($15 for Students/Seniors/Artists). Free Community tickets available on Sun, Feb 19 & Wed, Feb 22.
Ages: Ages 14+
Run Time: 1 hr.

Upcoming performances: – SOLD OUT
Saturday, February 25 at 7:30 pm
Sunday, February 26 at 2:00 pm (matinee) – added performance

WAIT LIST TICKETS: All upcoming performances are SOLD OUT. To get on the WAIT LIST, email Zaraawar (“Z”) Mistry at, or text 612-965-4405. Email is preferred. Thank you!

COVID-19 Policy: Dreamland Arts requires attendees to wear a mask at all times inside the building. Please read our complete COVID-19 Policy here.

Exposed Brick Theatre presents
Code You
Written and directed by Nora Montañez Patterson

Set during the height of the pandemic, a disheveled Marlen returns to her apartment to find herself isolated and disoriented. When three Covid-denying friends arrive and organize an impromptu house party, Marlen finds herself teetering between reality and illusion. Parallel worlds unfold as she struggles to find her way back to normalcy.

Featuring: Ankita Ashrit, Julia Diaz, Johanna Keller Flores, José Sabillón & Emmanuel L. Woods
Creative Team: Alessandra Bongiardina, Mayra Gurrola Calderón, Mitchell Frazier, Isabella Freeland, Peter Morrow & Simone Williams

Performance Dates:
Thu-Sat, Feb 16-18 at 7:30 pm
Sun, Feb 19 at 2:00 pm
Wed-Sat, Feb 22-25 at 7:30 pm – performances on Wed-Thu, Feb 22-23 are cancelled
Sun, Feb 26 at 2:00 pm – added performance

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.

This play is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund. This project is supported, in part, by the National Endowment for the Arts.