Patrick’s Cabaret to present CabarABLE Nov. 17-18

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.”

Beneath the word CABARABLE (in caps with ABLE underlined) are eight outstretched hands and arms of different colors.


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
Tickets: $10 from participating artists, $10 (+ service fee) online, $12-15 sliding scale at the door.
More Info:
Presenter: , in partnership with VSA Minnesota.

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