Q Stage: New Works Series Ft. Devin Taylor & Nadia Honary

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Q Stage: New Works Series Ft. Devin Taylor & Nadia Honary
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Q Stage: New Works Series Ft. Devin Taylor & Nadia Honary says
20% Theatre Company Twin Cities presents the 4th annual Q-STAGE: New Works Series -- an experimental series dedicated to providing a stage for queer artists and performance-makers to showcase new work.

SET "A" -
May 5 & 6* at 730pm, and May 7 at 2pm
@ Intermedia Arts, 2822 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis


Written & Created by Devin Taylor
Co-Directed by Devin Taylor & Bri Collins
Featuring Courtney Stirn, Beth Mikel Ellsworth, Graeme Ernest Monahan-Rial, and Logan Gilbert-Guy

Smitty is an otter looking for an answer to the question: "what am I?" He finds himself in the office of Dr. Handler--an "expert" determined to resolve Smitty's confusion and help him conform to a proper narrative of otterness. What follows is a surreal look at how the politics of medicine and social welfare interact with the politics of fear, identity, and self-determination. It's mostly a story about an otter.


Created & Performed by Nadia Honary
Video Design by Nadia Honary
Directed by Shalee Mae Coleman

What if birth and death are only points on a circle? Is nature transcendental escape or a manifestation of our minds inner turmoil? Through elemental inspired film, dance, poetry, and music, "These Floating Bones" seeks to discover answers and to find balance through movement.


*Post-show discussion following the performance on 5/6.

TICKETS are $5-$25 Sliding Scale.
PURCHASE ONLINE @ http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2904605 or RESERVE and pay at the door: info@tctwentypercent.org.

Seating is GENERAL ADMISSION - choose your own. What you pay for tickets has nothing to do with where you sit.

For information about SET "B" ft. new works by Sami Pfeffer and Simone Bernadette Williams & Holo Lue Choy, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/1085787998234252/.

Q-STAGE is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund, and by support from The Carolyn Foundation & The California Institute for Contemporary Arts LGBTQ funding program.
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By: 20% Theatre Company Twin Cities