Dance. Theatre. Music. Photography.
10 Year Anniversary of
In an Epic Celebration of 10 beautiful years passing since we first created "L'Heure de Minuit," we are loading up the train cars and heading back to the stage with our Full Production! The Carnys are up to no good and the Victorians are no longer hiding behind their fans. "L'Heure de Minuit" is an original theatrical victorian carnival performance. With: live bone shaking music, whimsical dancing (tap, jazz, contemporary, musical theater, hip hop, and acro) side show acts (body sharing, contortionists, aerialists, fire dancing, hula hoops, and baton) and the smell of sweet fun, there's truly something for everyone. But be warned, you might be lured into the Carnival!
Location: The Southern Theater
June 23 at 7:00pm; June 24 at 2:00pm
M-SHE participated in our third
MN Fringe Festival Production in 2019
"Beautiful, Captivating Romeo & Juliet
Thank you for an unexpectedly fine performance! I was hooked from the start with Parker Culp's loud, pulsating music, which captured the heartbeats and the shifting mood changes throughout the show. The beginning number was captivating and set the mood for the evening's performance. The costuming and make-up was exceptional. The mechanism of covering the faces and showing just the eyes was sensual, scary and almost erotic, which I express carefully, recognizing the range of ages of the performers - but it was. Maggie Culp has created a very good show, and performs herself as Lady Capulet, adding the group numbers, and winning away attention in her own solo pieces. The leads, Tristan Sanborn and Lola LaFond are exceptionally talented young dancers. They had a very able group of supporting performers in this company. The two youngest, Charlotte and Leighton are very capable and strong dancers for their ages. The tap-off of the two covens was a very well-choreographed number, but I found great beauty in the ending pieces with the red cape-style effect, and in the Romeo & Juliet love story section. The story was very followable. And it was fascinating to see the wide variety of dances incorporated from tap to modern to ballet to acro (new to me, but very easy to identify). Thank you for an unexpectedly good show to have seen in this year's Fringe."
"L'Heure de Minuit"