Curated by Katia Cardenas, Pangea World Theater's Education Coordinator & Database Manager. A collaboration between Twin Cities singers Andrina Brogden, Sarah M. Greer, Katia Cardenas, with accompanist Kavyesh Kaviraj. Created in response to the current moment.

The piece was performed in August, followed by a video premiere online and another performance in September. Watch the video, below, and learn more here.

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Mothers Respond

Curated by Adlyn Carreras, Pangea World Theater's Office Manager and ensemble member.


Join us for drumming, song, and poetry in the park to honor George Floyd. 


Artist and performance details coming soon!


Saturday, October 10, 2020, 5PM
Powderhorn Park (at the corner of 14th Ave. S. and E. 32nd St.)

physical & digital poetry zine


Curated by Emily Meenan, Pangea World Theater's Communications Coordinator, this zine's cover was designed by Noah Lawrence Holder and is full of poetry from local black artists. It will be available digitally and physically!

A digital launch event with readings from the poets is coming soon, stay tuned.

more staff projects coming soon!

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Pangea Artists Envision

"At this time, when it feels impossible to simply go back to work, we ask the artists in our ensemble to respond to this time, this space, this moment. Going back to business as usual is not possible. We are charging the artist/activists we work with everyday to document this moment in history, this potent moment charged with resistance.


Through plays, song, visual arts – we create an equitable and just space from burnt ashes, debris and shattered glass!  We rise and proclaim – Yes, another world is possible and it's time is NOW!"

-Meena Natarajan and Dipankar Mukherjee, Artistic Directors

Staff Projects

open water project

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Open Water Project is a play by Suzanne Victoria Cross, Pangea World Theater's Resident Stage Manager. It is an attempt to address the violent act of covert racism that is concealed in the fabric of our society.

The play was performed on Zoom on Juneteenth, and the performance can be rewatched on YouTube by clicking below.

rising from concrete


Photo by Bruce Silcox

What does it mean to rebuild, redistribute and ultimately grow amid civil & societal unrest?

Rising From Concrete was a performance of voice, movement, and color curated by Jenny Zander, Pangea World Theater's visual and documentation specialist. You can watch the film from the event now!

The burning truth project


Photo by Jenny Zander