Performance (interdisciplinary)

The performer known as Ondine boasts a great many accomplishments on stage and screen. They've performed in at least 2 1/2 church plays, read the lunch menu over the intercom one time in high school, and captivated audiences of more than four on Lake Street by pretending to be a statue. Their Vine video "BEY-VIBES #LetEmRip" boasts 13.7 million loops and has garnered such praise as "lol" and "same" from critics. In their spare time, Ondine enjoys making erotic statues out of gummy bears and pressuring Tomi Lahren to apologize for being white.

Sami makes art, gender, and mistakes.

Ray Macairan is a twin cities artist, teacher and playwright. She is tisay and a second generation immigrant to the United States. This year she is working with Pangea World Theater as a part of their Arts Organizing Institute. This year she participated in Lightning Rod at Patrick’s Cabaret, X-treme Theater Smackdown with Theater Unbound, and the One Minute Play Festival.

hi im facialgod. im 17, nonbinary, and autistic. when im not facialgod im just olive and thats okay too. i love loving others. thats just how i spend my time when im not choking on school work or drowning in commissions. I like being warm and damp and i pee myself less frequently than last year but still pretty frequently. ive been in art shows before and im not sure ill ever be proud of myself. enjoy yourself.

Cassandra Snow (they/them/she/her) is a professional tarot card reader, writer, and theatre artist located in Minneapolis, MN. They run Gadfly Theatre Productions, are the arts journalist at TheColu.mn (an online LGBTQ+ website), and write the "Queering the Tarot" series featured at Little Red Tarot. Cassandra's writing has been featured on Howlround, at Story Club, Big Fat Comedy Hour, & Strike Theater (to name a few), and right here at Patrick's Cabaret.

Claire is 2005 Minnesota transplant from New England, Claire Avitabile has been directing and producing theatre, and curating performance events for over 15 years.

grey doolin, M.Ed. is a queer- and trans-identified artist, healer, consultant, activist-educator, and true-heart. They have a background in community mental health and Midwestern landscapes. They live and work in Minneapolis where they are a cat dad, bextie, friend, ally, advocate, and member within a vital queer family and community.

Emily Weiss is a queer femme, chronically-ill artist living and working in the Twin Cities. She could most recently be seen in Full Metal Rabbit(Fringe) and Who’s your Daddy(Top Hat Theatre). When not making art in the Cities, Emily is an avid baker, plant enthusiast, and yoga instructor. She is eternally grateful for the love and healing that fellow chronically-ill people have given her, her partner’s unending love, and the many friends that have lifted her up along the way.

Julia Nekessa Opoti is a multi-media storyteller.

Jonah Jamison Sandy is a 21-year-old artist from the Twin Cities. He aims to challenge oppressive ideologies and foster community dialogue through writing, performance, and film. This is his first performance with Patrick’s Cabaret, and his first solo performance.

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