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...Her's a Queen by Red Eye Theater in Minneapolis!

  • red eye theater 15 West 14th Street Minneapolis, MN 55403 USA (map)

I am so so excited! Miriam Just and Steve Busa at Red Eye Theater in Minneapolis are doing the first ever production of one of my Pop Star Shows that I'm not in. I'm so psyched and I'll be in the house on the final night, but you should all go see this!!!!


"Red Eye celebrates the opening of its 35th season with company co-founders Steve Busa and Miriam Must’s farewell production as leaders of the Twin Cities’ preeminent experimental theater and performance laboratory. Neal Medlyn’s …HER’S A QUEEN will be the final production at Red Eye’s longtime home in its storefront theater in the Loring Park neighborhood, as the company completes a planned leadership transition and shifts into temporary nomadic mode while laying the groundwork to establish a new performance space. Bears and nuns, snakes and knives, wrestling matches and cuddle parties all appear in …Her’s A Queen, a playful meditation on all things Britney Spears and the public’s fascination with celebrity and pop culture. Liberally mixing fact and fiction, the piece draws from a wealth of Britney interviews, songs, and biography, as well as the author’s own personal history, to present a complex rendering of stardom’s contradictions, the toll it takes on those who reach its apex, and our appetite for each salacious detail."


8 PM Fri-Sat, September 21-22
3 PM Sun, September 23
8 PM Thu-Fri-Sat, September 27-28-29*

Earlier Event: January 12
I <3 PINA in American Realness

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Just in case you were dying to know, here is, I think, everywhere I have ever performed ever in my life:

Movements Gallery, Ruta Maya, Java Jacks, Wooldridge Square Park, Motel 6, The Hideout theater, Guadalupe street, Bad Dog Comedy Theater, private residences in Berlin, PS122, Collective Unconscious, that place in Times Square, a pop up place for the movie "Scotland, PA", Rubalad party somewhere in Williamsburg, Surf Reality, Here Arts Center, Mo Pitkins, Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument in Riverside Park,Ruby Streak Studio, The Kitchen, InterArts Annex, Dance Theater Workshop, New York Live Arts, Galapagos Art Space, the Highline Ballroom, Joe's Pub, some empty building on 42nd st, some restaurant near Times Square, some awful private club on 14th St., The Apocalypse Lounge, 42 Below, BAM, Ars Nova, Capitale, south street seaport, The Chocolate Factory, the Queens waterfront, Alvin Ailey, Abrons Art Center, The Skirball, NYU Performance Studies, CalArts, The New Museum, the Experience Music Project, Buddies in Bad Times theater in Toronto, Uncharted Art Gallery, the Blue Theater, the Royal Vauxhall Tavern, The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, 7 Stages in Atlanta, The Hole, the Slipper Room, the Zipper, outside Love Saves the Day on second Avenue on Saint Marks Place, a Holiday Inn in Austin for some bisexual convention, a boat in the Hudson River for a bisexual film, a boat in the East River, Fez, Bushwick Starr, TBA festival various locales, Brixton Academy in London, Kampnagel in Hamburg, Germany, The Jones Beach Theater, some party where Salman Rushdie was, my apartment in Williamsburg, my boss' private residence in Coral Gables Florida, Dixon place in two locations maybe three, the Tango Center in Chelsea, New World Stages, Super Happy Fun Land in two locations, Under St. Marks, some restaurant on St. Marks Place, Big Sky Works, the Knitting Factory in two locations, the University of Michigan Art Museum, Secret Project Robot, the Greene Space, Weiner Festwochen in Vienna, Austria, House of Yes, Walmart parking lots in Virginia, California, Maryland, Georgia (I think), Littlefield and more!