Our Teaching Artists and Staff are involved in a wide range of professional projects outside of their work with Upstream Arts. Each month, we post opportunities to see their performances, exhibitions, and other events around the Twin Cities and beyond. Click on the links below to learn more.
Jess Finney is directing a collection of short works, some featuring fellow UA Teaching Artist Lindsey Samples, for the One Minute Play Festival at Mixed Blood Theatre, March 3-5 at 8pm.
Charles Fraser will be performing in The Diary of Anne Frank at Park Square Theatre, dir. Scott Rubsam, through March 22. He is also directing students at Avalon School in a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, running March 15 – 17.
Dylan Fresco will appear together with Slash Coleman in Two Chairs Telling, an ongoing series storytelling/music/poetry/conversation series at the Bryant Lake Bowl, on Wednesday, March 13, 7pm. He’s also collecting stories for What Grows Here?, a collaboration with fellow UA Teaching Artist Michelle Barnes for the Arts on Chicago initiative.
Matt Guidry is performing in the comedic romp Or at Park Square Theatre, dir. Leah Cooper, through March 17.
Rachel Jendrzejewski wrote 2 short pieces for the One Minute Play Festival at Mixed Blood Theatre, March 3-5 at 8pm. She’s also offering a collaborative performance-making workshop at Augsburg College on March 5.
Anton Jones wrote 2 short pieces for the One Minute Play Festival at Mixed Blood Theatre, March 3-5 at 8pm.
Norah Long is guest-speaking and teaching a master class at the Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Arts (SPCPA) on March 1. She’s also starting rehearsals for This Side of Paradise, which will open April 20 at the History Theatre.
Lindsey Samples is performing in several short works, directed by fellow UA Teaching Artist Jess Finney, for the One Minute Play Festival at Mixed Blood Theatre, March 3-5 at 8pm.