Fresh Fruit and Spirit in the House (Spirit in the House!)

So if any of you listened to Fresh Fruit last Thursday you’ll get my “Spirit in the House!’ reference. And if not, well, why didn’t you? Still, all is not lost. You can listen at http://www.kfai.org/node/89. Dean Seal gives detailed and eloquent background on Spirit in House (both the annual tradition and the show going on tomorrow and Saturday) and whoever invented the word “um” sues me for trademark infringement. I did have fun, though, and you should go check it out.

Also, on a completely random side note, my voice sounds more like that of my older sister’s than I ever realized.

But! Time for ‘Spirit in the House’ info. Ta da!

January 16th and 17th at 8 PM

3010 Minnehaha Ave Minneapolis


Dean J. Seal presents

Spirit in the House

This time featuring:

Leslie Ball with Music of the Spheres.
Dean J. Seal with Backward Ecclesiastes.
Theater for the Thirsty presents ’Something Priceless for Cheap’
Steven Solberg with the film “Standing On The Bones of Our Ancestors”
with
Dance by Ransomed Messengers
and an
Original Monologue by Amy Salloway

Theater for the Thirsty presents

Something Priceless for Cheap
Songs and spoken word exposing broken hearts and bankrupt souls in the shadowed world of pornography.
With Vanessa Gamble and Kelley Larson

Ransomed Messengers is a inter-denominational Christian dance troupe seeking to share life journeys of struggle and hope through dance.

We dance in a variety of styles but mostly a mix of modern, jazz and interpretive dance. Our dances celebrate God’s glory and reflect the stuff of life – stories from the heart that can’t always be expressed just in words.


Amy Salloway
is the creator and performer of three original solo comedies — “Does This Monologue Make Me Look Fat?”, “So Kiss Me Already, Herschel Gertz!”, and “Circumference” — all of which began their lives at the Minnesota Fringe Festival and have gone on to tour to Fringes, theatres, colleges, festivals, conferences and events all over the US and Canada (and beyond!). She can often be seen in cabarets and group shows around the Twin Cities like Rockstar Storytellers, Cheap Theater, Balls, and Women Stand Up! For more info, check out www.amysalloway.com.

Steven Solberg presents “Standing On The Bones of Our Ancestors: Exploring The Role of The Queer Tribal Elder”

a 21-Minute Preview of a feature length documentary in progress that illuminates the altruistic and spiritual dimensions of what it means to be GLBTQ and the vital need for elders to emerge in our communities.

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