Honoring our circle of many realities

Honoring the sacred intersection between oneness & difference

Pangea World Theater is a progressive space for transformation in  which conversations about race, gender, ethnicity, human rights, politics
and social justice form an important backbone for our work. We collaborate with award winning international artists and companies to create plays and performances that speak across geography and culture.  

 

 

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Q&A With Carolyn Holbrook

Sept. 13, 2014, 7:30 p.m. | Pangea World Theater
Q&A: Questions and Answers with Organizers and Artists is a series of intimate community conversations with some of the Twin Cities’ most creative, influential and dedicated organizers and artists.


Little Boy

September 19 - October 5 | Pillsbury House Theater
Meet Little Boy, the world’s first talking (and farting) atom bomb. As this reluctant creation is brought to life, he contemplates his origin and impact. Created by Masanari Kawahara, who was born in Hiroshima and grew up playing in the Peace Park built where the bomb was dropped.

Reconciliation

November 13-23 | Intermedia Arts
In a dystopian future where Indigenous people have been confined to prison camps and “Failure to Reconcile” is a federal crime, one woman with nothing left to lose fights for her life in this compelling drama. Are redemption and reconciliation possible in the face of the unforgivable?

 

 

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Pangea illuminates the human condition, celebrates cultural differences, and promotes human rights by creating and presenting international, multi-disciplinary theater.

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