Skewed Visions’ original theatrical works are known for:
- charged non-linear narratives steeped in topical themes,
- environments that explore alternative vehicles for audience/performer relationships, and
- a no-holds-barred approach to multidisciplinary permissiveness.
Audiences have shared with us that our events are approachable and inclusive, cultivate deep questioning, and motivate a growing awareness of one’s own perspective and place in the world.
The subject matter for performances has ranged from historical and current events to political concerns and popular culture. Skewed Visions has delivered performance experiences around the Twin Cities by staging shows in theaters, warehouses, office buildings, and art studios; inviting audiences to the back seats of cars driving around town, into houses, onto sidewalks, along city streets, on bus tours, at farmers’ markets, into grocery stores, on rooftops, and schools; and making work available via cell phones, websites, and through the mail. As our work has traveled from site to site, our audiences have accompanied us.