Six Minnesota artists with disabilities will perform at the 2017 CabarABLE – the fourth annual show featuring artists with disabilities at Patrick’s Cabaret. Using the theme “WEIRD: Embracing the Weirdness,” performers may share negative “life sucks” moments, embrace weird and awkward moments of disabilities and lives, interpret weird as a good thing, leading to a more inclusive world, or any other artistic response. Each performing act will have up to 15 minutes.
Performances: Friday-Saturday, November 17-18, 7:30 to 9:30 PM.
Location: Pangea World Theater, 711 West Lake St., Minneapolis.
Performers: Alex Renshaw, Amy Salloway, Emily Weiss, Filip Swiergul, Rae Skahl, Treading North.
Curator: actor and teaching artist Nikki Abramson appeared in the 2016 CabarABLE and recently produced the Fringe Festival show “Beyond Limits.”
Disability Accommodations: ASL interpretation will be available for Friday’s show, audio description for Saturday’s show. Request other accommodations at 612-724-6273 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets: $10 from participating artists, $10 (+ service fee) online, $12-15 sliding scale at the door.
More Info: http://patrickscabaret.org/event/cabarable-0
Presenter: , in partnership with VSA Minnesota.