Meet Our Artists

Tre Da' Marc is an International boylesque star from Minneapolis, MN. This national award winner performs all over the US and proudly reigns as the 2015-16 King of the Great Southern Exposure Burlesque Festival in Charlotte, NC. 

Performer of free flow Poetry/Music/Dance. A creative in many ways, here to elevate. Performs a mix of songs and dance with theatrical vibes, hip-hop/soul/truth.

Laura Cannata is a seminary student who writes poetry and short stories in her free time. She is active in disability rights specifically and human rights in general.

Alys Ayumi Ogura is a Twin Cities-based performing artist. She started her modern-ballet lessons as a child under the guidance of Japan’s Mika Kurosawa, who was later to become the “godmother” of Japanese contemporary dance. Alys Ayumi then moved on to theater acting in college. 

Loren Niemi has not forgotten that he first performed at Patrick’s Cabaret in 1996 and is glad to have not worn out my welcome for the peculiar philosophically and emotionally nuanced tales that he favors. Contact him - 651-271-6349 / niemistory@aol.com

Sydney Burch holds a BFA in Dance from MSU Mankato. She has produced and choreographed a Fringe show titled Genesis//Revelations and has had her work in 4 adjudicated ACDA shows as well as had the honor of performing works by Dan Stark, Stuart Pimsler, Shapiro & Smith, Gabriel Anderson, Penny Freeh, Julie Kerr-Berry, Uri Sands and Karis Sloss. She is elated to be performing at Patrick's!

Alex is an interdisciplinary artist with a background in poetry and spoken word. He is currently interested in examining his place in the world surrounding identity and intimacy. He uses voice as a vehicle to realize truths rooted in the body and to establish a sense of place.

Alex Renshaw is an interdisciplinary artist with a background in poetry and spoken word. He is currently interested in examining his place in the world surrounding identity and intimacy. He uses voice as a vehicle to realize truths rooted in the body and to establish a sense of place.

Larry Johnson did JFK's 50 Mile Hike in 1961, just before telling his first campfire story and learning to play music on a bent tent pole.  At Age 61 he did the world famous 61 Mile Hike, leaving at 6:10 on the 61 bus to hike Highway 61.  Now, because he turned 70,he just completed the 70 Mile BEATING WEAPONS INTO WINDMILLS WALK.

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