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  • Foster rigorous, innovative, thoughtful artistic practice
  • Open possibilities for questioning the way things are
  • Impact the landscape of daily life
  • Expand notions of performance
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Performer + audience education + development
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How we do it

Skewed Visions is member supported. Become one of us.

For only $35 per year, you make Skewed Visions possible. We can cover our entire general operating budget with 200 members. Members get super-major discounts to performances and events.

Fresh Oysters Performance Research

is our new shared space at 512 east 24th Street in Minneapolis

With the exciting performance makers, Fire Drill, Fresh Oysters is where it all happens.

Fresh Oysters

What they said

Although the project is called Invisible City, it encourages you to observe everything around you with a closer eye than you would otherwise. While you might be looking for some secret entrance, really what is happening is that you're becoming more aware of what you see, hear, and smell around you.

Sheila Regan -- City Pages

Skewed Visions’ The City Itself … questions the basic habits of theatre, and investigates new and viable forms of theatricality.

Branislav Jakovljevic -- TDR/The Drama Review

The impetus for EX came from grief. In the course of a year, Campbell lost his mother to Alzheimer’s and his sister to cancer. But with its dance sequences, non-linear or narrative structure and visual gags, EX isn’t maudlin or saccharine. EX is a quiet and meditative work, but one filled with palpable physicality, humanity and significance.

Carl Atiya Swanson -- Cake In 15

From the video archive

Terror Town Documentary

Terror Town is an examination of fictional small-town Americana, seen through the lens of a real small town used by the military for rehearsing scenarios of terror, by company member Gülgün Kayim.

In preparation for the project, Kayim produced a short documentary about the small town of Playas, NM. Playas is a training facility used by the military and Dept of Homeland Security to train troops and first responders using the residents as victims in terror scenarios.