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  1. Dancing on the Belly of the Beast

    345 13th Ave NE
    Minneapolis, MN 55413
    Call: (612) 724-7372

    Inspired by Co-Artistic Director Jennifer Ilse’s own personal experiences as an adult orphan, Dancing on the Belly of the Beast explores the universality of grief and death, and specifically the intense transition into this life stage which we all expect to reach when our parents have gone. Beast is a beautiful, ritualistic memorial, speaking to the intricacies of our family relationships, the complexities of grief, the voyage from guilt to gratitude, and finally to a freedom of the spirit.

    The cast of 20, all of whom have lost their parents, will be anchored by the core team of principal dancers: Karla Grotting, Ray Terrill, Christine Maginnis, and Jennifer Ilse. Co-artistic director Paul Herwig will bring his unique interactive vision to the set design, comprised of mobile screens with live choreographed painting, while composer Craig Harris provides an epic sound score.

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