Q-STAGE: New Works • May 2019

May 9-18, 2019 @ Phoenix Theatre

• New Works Series 

Q-STAGE: New Works Series annually produces the work of four local queer emerging artists across two weekends of performance.

Q-STAGE seeks to shift consciousness of and about queer identity through new performance work, facilitate conversation surrounding queer identities and queer art, and contribute to the growth of local, emerging queer artists.


Q-STAGE 2019 Artists

D. Allen is a multidisciplinary poet whose work engages with queer, trans, disabled embodiment. Their first book, A Bony Framework for the Tangible Universe, will be published by The Operating System in February 2019. Find them at thebodyconnected.com and on Instagram at @thebodyconnected.

Dua Saleh is a multidisciplinary performing artist based in Minneapolis who centers black, queer, and muslim identities.

Keila Anali Saucedo In their first ballet class, a crowd of white children made fun of Keila Anali’s black leotard- everyone else was wearing white or pink. They’ve been making theatre ever since.

A black genderqueer kid floating in the cosmos, Taylor Seaberg is an experimental, multi-instrumentalist and looping artist. They have performed at an MPR sponsored album release show for Chastity Brown's "Silhouette of Sirens" at The Fitzgerald Theater, a Greenroom Magazine sponsored show for Oshun, as well as Minneapolis Institute of Art's Third Thursday Art + Lit events.