Art Hounds: Confess, Rupert Angeleyes, and a fairy tale for fearful parents

P1470153.jpegNathan Keepers & Christina Baldwin in The Moving Company’s “Out of the Pan, Into the Fire” (Photo credit: Dominique Serrand)

The hounds are on the trail of a literary party that coaxes confessions out of revelers, a twisted, fantastical piece of theater and introspective bedroom pop.

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danette.JPGDanette Olson can’t shake the experience of seeing The Moving Company’s “Out of the Pan, Into the Fire.” Not that she wants to. Danette, who’s a board member of Festival Theatre in St. Croix Falls, Wis., calls the original work a multi-layered, metaphoric fairy tale about fear which will penetrate the heart of any parent. Through May 26 at the Southern Theater.

courtneyalgeo.JPGPaper Darts co-founder Courtney Algeo is giving props to fellow local literary magazine Revolver for conceiving a party where celebrants spend the evening visiting booths, making confessions and sharing secrets with strangers. The party is called “Confess,” and it’s happening at the Thorp Building in Northeast Minneapolis on Saturday, May 11 from 8:00 – midnight, with music from DJ Shannon Blowtorch.

paigeguggemos.JPGMinneapolis printmaker and graphic designer Paige Guggemos has been captivated by the weird, edgy pop of Rupert Angeleyes for a while now. It’s the solo project of Minneapolis musician Kyle Sobczak, who makes experimental, inward looking pop in the studio that really comes alive on stage with the help of a backing band. Rupert Angeleyes’ next gig is Friday, May 10th, at Icehouse in Minneapolis.

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