Schedules

 

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2019 Residency Weeks

June 10-16 / McKnight Fellows Program Leaders

June 17-23 / Pangea world Theater Organizational retreat

June 24-30 / April Sellers Dance + performance

July 1-7 / NET-TLC ensemble exchange Lab

July 8-14 / TLC Board Retreat

July 15-28 / Emerging Artists individual residencies

July 29-August 4 / Mcknight Dancers & Choreographers

August 5-11 / deja stowers mcknight residency

August 12-18 / Emerging Artists group residency

August 19-25 / University of texas new theatre showcase retreat

August 26-sept 1 / pangea world theater and teatro del pueblo collaborative residency week

sept 2-8 / playwrights’ center fellows retreat

sept 9-15 / individual artists residencies

sept 16-22 / shinrin yoku guided workshop & gaia Fenna Memorial fellowship

sept 23-29 / individual artists residencies

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2019 Public Performances

all performances are at 7:00 PM at Tofte Lake Center


june 28 / april sellers dance collective

Man Blossom Man a new performance work by the April Sellers Dance Collective explores a masculinity crisis in America.  It validates contradictions in the American male experience, depicts complexity in the male identity and softens barriers of the traditional gender binary. Gender-bending and political sloganeering will partner with stylistically distinct movement to reveal the negatives inherent in patriarchy and how nurturing can disrupt the patterns.


july 26 / courtney yasmineh music

International touring and recording artist and Tofte Lake Center’s 2019 recipient of the Gaia Fenna Memorial Fellowship, Courtney Yasmineh, presents an acoustic concert of her own folk-rock songs, plus songs of the 1960 - 70’s that inspired her.

BONUS! BOOK SIGNING! July 25 2:00 PM Piragis Book Store

In A Girl Called Sidney: The Coldest Place, Courtney Yasmineh takes us on the journey of a lifetime. A young girl struggles to survive and uses her first guitar as a friend and compass, setting out alone at the age of seventeen with guts and spirit and little else to save herself. (based on a true story, locally set on Lake Vermilion)


September 13 / ottie the mink trio music

Ottie the Mink is a Minneapolis-based trio featuring Tim O'Keefe, percussion/oud/duduk & more; Jacqueline Ultan, cello; and Laura Harada, violin. The trio plays with the rhythms and sounds of Brazil and the Middle East; Featuring acoustic instruments, the trio explores sonic territory inspired by the north woods, organically developing improvisations into adventurous explorations of sound. 


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2019 Yoga Classes

TLC yoga classes are offered on thursdays 8:30 - 9:45 am

June 13 through September 12

classes are open to the public - drop in

$12/class