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Call for Spring 2020 Resident Artists

Call for Spring 2020 Resident Artists

For Works in Process in all performance modalities including theatre, dance, music, spoken word, community-engaged performance, and new (performance-based) media The Performance Collective, located at cfpa, is looking for up to three Twin Cities-based artists at any stage in their careers to bring an existing piece and/or

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Announcing: Keith Hennessy Workshop

Announcing: Keith Hennessy Workshop

The Performance Collective, located at cfpa, is excited to welcome Keith Hennessy to the Twin Cities for a movement workshop, January 31st-Feb 1st, 2020. Dancing Magic Together, a.k.a. responding to the material and psychological terrorism of neoliberal capital during a political era of intensified polarization with rigorously

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Presenting: New Works Fall 2019 (excerpts)

Presenting: New Works Fall 2019 (excerpts)

Saturday, December 14th and Saturday, December 21st, 7 pm Join us for the culmination of cfpa’s Fall 2019 New Works Residencies! With the support of free rehearsal space and a mentor specifically chosen for this project, three local performing artists have initiated development of a completely new

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Presenting: “Rumble Strips” April Sellers Dance Collective

Presenting: “Rumble Strips” April Sellers Dance Collective

Saturday, November 16th, 7:30-8:30 pm Join us in the Sunroom studio for an evening of performance and conversation, featuring an open rehearsal of April Sellers Dance Collective’s newest work. April Sellers Dance Collective (ASDC) – in residence at cfpa from September 2019 through June 2020 – is

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Announcing: New Works Residency Artists

Announcing: New Works Residency Artists

Welcome to our Fall 2019 Resident Artists! cfpa is delighted to announce the three artists selected for our Fall 2019 New Works Residency: Morgan Holmes, David Means, and Kerry Parker.  With the support of free rehearsal space, a mentor specifically chosen for this project, a public presentation, and audience

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Open Doors 38th & Grand: Join us!

Open Doors 38th & Grand: Join us!

Center for Performing Arts provides access for professional artists and inspired community members of all ages, experiences, and traditions to stretch their bodies and minds together.  Cfpa will open the doors to our Sunroom Dance Studio from noon-4 pm on Saturday, August 24th, as part of Open

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Call for Fall 2019 Resident Artists

Call for Fall 2019 Resident Artists

For Creation of New Works in all performance modalities including theatre, dance, music, spoken word, community-engaged performance, and new (performance-based) media cfpa is looking for up to three Twin Cities-based artists at any stage in their careers to initiate a new piece of original performance work, and/or

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Artist Reflections: Alexandra Bodnarchuk

Artist Reflections: Alexandra Bodnarchuk

Alexandra Bodnarchuk is a Twin Cities theater artist, in residence at cfpa this spring as part of our Works in Process artist residency. Alexandra has continued work on her dance piece “The Nature of Cloth”, which investigates the human experiences of shame and conformity. Alexandra’s mentor for

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Presenting: Works in Process

Presenting: Works in Process

Saturday, April 20th and Saturday, April 27th, 7 pm Join us for the culmination of cfpa’s Spring 2019 Works in Process Residencies. With the support of free rehearsal space and a mentor specifically chosen for this project, three local performing artist have moved an existing work (and

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Artist Reflections: Beth Ann Powers

Artist Reflections: Beth Ann Powers

Beth Ann Powers is a Twin Cities theater artist, in residence at cfpa this spring as part of our Works in Process artist residency. Beth Ann has excavated her personal relationship with mental illness and recovery, and investigated how durational/endurance performance can create space for an audience to

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