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CabarABLE

CabarABLE is Patrick's Cabaret's annual show featuring artists with disabilities, and 2017 will mark the fourth year we will have hosted this event. Previous years' themes included "Love," "Work," and "Rights/Responsibilities." 
 
Nikki Abramson is an actor, teacher, speaker, mentor, and author. She enjoys performing and writing pieces about life story that help inspire others in their journey. Nikki appeared in the 2016 CabarABLE, and she recently produced the Fringe Festival show "Beyond Limits."

Controlled Burn: queer performance for a world on fire

Named for the practice of intentionally setting fire to a prairie to promote new growth, Controlled Burn is a cabaret mini-festival featuring "queer performance for a world on fire." An intersectional space for queer performers, especially artists of color and with disabilities. Curated by three fiercely talented queer artists of color, this special three-night event will feature 18 acts, with a different line-up each evening.
 
Co-Curated and Hosted by Nicole M. Smith, Rosa Garcia, and Dua Saleh

Featuring…

My Horrifying Holiday 2: It Returns!

An annual event about the desperation, awkwardness, and hindsight-only humor that plagues the holiday season. Typically this event has a focus on being light-hearted and humorous, but has had some sincere and even actually horrifying pieces. This event has previously included artists from multiple faiths (including no faith). Curatorial team Baby Patê, made up of a duo known for their radical queer underground parties, will bring a wholly new, probably wholly unholy, take on the horror of the holidays.

Queertopia 2017: Revolting Bodies * Beyond Flesh

*Patrick's Cabaret is proud to serve as a fiscal sponsor and box office coordinator for the 2017 production of Queertopia. An independent collective of organizers are creating the event, and we are excited to provide a web presence and box office for this like-minded but wholly separate production company. The following is text provided by Queertopia organizers.*

Queertopia is proud to present, in our 12th year, a ferocious and unapologetic art show during Pride weekend.

New to Networking: A Workshop on Finding Jobs, Finding Friends, and Finding Safe(r) Spaces to Strut Your Stuff

Entering a scene as a new and/or emerging artist can be really intimidating, especially when it seems like everyone is more experienced and connected than you; for marginalized artists, simply making connections and finding supportive spaces can be particularly challenging.  Casual and judgement-free, this workshop will guide new and emerging artists through the process of networking from start to finish.  You will leave this workshop with the skills to build a network of other artists, tips on how to find and create respectful and inclusive spaces, a concrete list on where to fin

Setting Goals and Staying on Task: Time-Management Strategies for Artists

As artists, we are often our own boss, accountable only to ourselves. Sometimes it's easy to slack off, but it's also easy to set unrealistic expectations and then beat ourselves up for "failing." This workshop -- led by Katherine Glover -- explores different logistical and emotional strategies for setting goals and tracking progress, with a focus on working with our natural patterns and tendencies to set ourselves up for success.

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