Event Archive

Oct 7

A one-day storytelling summit for queer youth

For the culminating event of a new summer-long project to provide creative space for queer youth, Patrick’s Cabaret presents “Ignite!,” a one-day storytelling summit for youth identifying along the spectrum of queer identities. The event will be held at Intermedia Arts on the afternoon of Saturday, October 7th.

Oct 26

Patrick’s Cabaret presents...

Raw Material: the Calof Development Series

Monthly, August-November, on the last Thursday of the month

Raw Material: the Calof Development Series is an intimate event inviting three dynamic and diverse performance artists of any genre to share work in progress, get feedback from the audience, and participate in an interview revealing insight about their creative process.

October's Raw Material features new works from Gabriel Mata, Ellen Hinchcliffe, & Lucas Scheelk

Sep 28

Patrick’s Cabaret presents...

Raw Material: the Calof Development Series

Monthly, September-November, on the last Thursday of the month

Raw Material: the Calof Development Series is an intimate event inviting three dynamic and diverse performance artists of any genre to share work in progress, get feedback from the audience, and participate in an interview revealing insight about their creative process.

September's Raw Material features new works from Chris Stedman, Maitreyi Ray, and Christy Marie Kent

Repeats every day 2 times.
Nov 17, Nov 18
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." This year's show is all about embracing the weird and awkward moments of our disabilities and in our lives. How do we understand being weird as a good thing? How can we create a more inclusive world?
 
Nov 17, Nov 18
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." This year's show is all about embracing the weird and awkward moments of our disabilities and in our lives. How do we understand being weird as a good thing? How can we create a more inclusive world?
 
Repeats every day 3 times.
Oct 5, Oct 6, Oct 7
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…
Oct 5, Oct 6, Oct 7
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…
Oct 5, Oct 6, Oct 7
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…
Repeats every day 2 times.
Dec 8, Dec 9

Following last year’s successful first run of “My Horrifying Holiday,” which featured performers lambasting the discomfort of the holiday season, in 2017 Patrick’s Cabaret has handed over the keys to the radical queer curator team Baby Patê, made up of self-described “depraved BFFs” gelli spinelli and Christian Balden have invited performers to put their horrifying holiday to rest, and invent and explore a unique holiday through performance.

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Dec 8, Dec 9

Following last year’s successful first run of “My Horrifying Holiday,” which featured performers lambasting the discomfort of the holiday season, in 2017 Patrick’s Cabaret has handed over the keys to the radical queer curator team Baby Patê, made up of self-described “depraved BFFs” gelli spinelli and Christian Balden have invited performers to put their horrifying holiday to rest, and invent and explore a unique holiday through performance.

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