Tweezer Burn looks at the decade ahead with excitement, dread, and possibility. What should we take with us and what should we leave behind? Where do we store the crumbs? What are we faking and how can we fake it even harder? Tweezer Burn brings together a trio of dynamically strange performers, a cabinet full of curious hand-tools, a library of theatrical styles, and plenty of secrets. There will be gloves, there will be solvents, and by the end of the run there wont be any art left. Tweezer Burn is performed in the back of a craft distillery-slash-bar, so come early and/or stay late!
Featuring a visual world and human-sized wooden apparatuses designed by Max Hoaglund.
Featuring vivid lighting design by Valerie Oliveiro.
Featuring donated visual art (in a performance?!) by Preston Drum, Nancy Julia Hicks, Hallie Bahn, Emma Beatrez, Brian Hart, Shirin Ghoraishi, Heather Lamanno, Lee Noble, Nora Speakerman, Zoe Cinel, Jamie Kubat, Max Hoaglund, and Heather McKenzie.
Fri Feb 21 at 8pm
Sat Feb 22 at 8pm
Sun Feb 23 at 2pm
Fri Feb 28 at 8pm
Sat Feb 29 at 8pm
Sun Mar 1 at 2pm
Tickets $10-$20 Sliding Scale, available online and at the door.
Tweezer Burn runs 2 hours including one 15-minute intermission.
Performed at Du Nord Craft Spirits
2610 E 32nd St, Minneapolis, MN 55406
Small parking lot and street parking.
Wheelchair accessible. ASL, Audio Description, and Sensory Tours available by request. Please contact Toot before Feb 1st for more info.
Note: There is no food available on site, only drinks. There are nearby restaurants that can deliver to Du Nord.
Created and directed by Eric Larson
Created with and performed by Neva Dalager, Leif Hove, and Jo Kellen
Donations Manager: Zoe Cinel
Producer: Eben Kowler
Toot is a whirlwind of collaborators and performances led by Eric Larson. Toot considers overlooked energies of contemporary life by making work about how we think, how we are influenced, and how conventions shape our perceptions of each other.
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
Du Nord Craft Spirits (View)
2610 E 32nd St
Minneapolis, MN 55406
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|