Trylon Grand Reopening!
The Immigrant (filmscore) || Charlie Chaplin, 1917
Friday, September 22 – Sunday, September 24
To celebrate the Trylon's Grand Re-opening, our original score for Charlie Chaplin's 1917 The Immigrant will be performed live, following a showing of Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator (1940).
Friday September 22, 7:00 pm || $12.00 || SOLD OUT!
Saturday September 23, 7:00 pm || $12.00
Sunday September 24, 5:00 pm || $12.00
Sunday September 24, 8:00 pm || $12.00
The Cedar Presents
DREAMLAND FACES Record Release Show with The Poor Nobodys
Tue, March 21, 2017
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm
Cedar Cultural Center
$10 Advance / $12 Day of show
Dreamland Faces will accompany John Akre's recent animated feature Demolition Dreaming, a movie about the Gateway District in Minneapolis. Local seven member group The Poor Nobodys accompany the 2015 film PANACEA by Crist Dahl and Chris Delisle as an opener.
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Cedar Cultural Center
416 Cedar Ave S
Minneapolis, MN, 55454
ART-A-WHIRL 2016 at 331 Club and The Sheridan Room -
Lenz and Frenz
(featuring members from area bluegrass scene, like Pert Near Sandstone and such...)
9pm - Communist Daughter
8pm - Bruise Violet
7pm - What Tyrants
6pm - Ghostmouth
5pm - Murder Shoes
The Rockford Mules
9pm - Kill The Vultures
8pm - The Cloak Ox
7pm - Bones & Beeker
6pm - Midway Felix (of Heiruspecs)
5pm - PERFUME MONSTER
4pm - LNJAY
3pm - Rank Strangers
2pm - Tom Aydan
12pm - Patty and The Buttons
8pm - The Drug Budget
7pm - Brass Messengers
6pm - Faith Boblett
5pm - Koo Koo Kanga Roo
4pm - PHO
3pm - Fiddle Heirs (featuring members of Trampled By Turtles, Pert Near Sandstone, and Jillian Rae)
1pm - The Poor Nobodys
In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre from 1pm-5pm
Visual Art Display - Jon Oulman will be displaying a multi-venue retrospective of the work of Artist John Bowman inside the 331club, The Sheridan Room and other venues around Northeast Minneapolis. Perhaps best known locally for his painting Crossings -- a much-admired landscape scene prominently displayed at the 331 Club -- the Pennsylvania-based Bowman has been making lyrical, enigmatic paintings of urban landscapes for over two decades. The retrospective will be accompanied by a limited edition booklet and an essay by Minneapolis writer Andy Sturdevant, who previously wrote about Bowman's work in his 2013 collection of essays Potluck Supper with Meeting to Follow.
Partners - Amsterdam Bar and Hall, Como Dockside, Surly Brewing, 89.3 The Current, City Pages, 45th Paralel spirits, Boubon and Bows Salon, and The Sheridan Neighborhood Clinic
We had our hands in this project from the very beginning. We creeped-up an old upright piano, built psych-ward walls out of paper maché in our rehearsal space with tubes sticking out in every direction. We played with dead birds, eye droppers and so, so much dry ice. The film was shot in a weekend and then we parted ways with our collaborators. Crist Dahl and Chris Delisle went off to edit their footage and off we went to write the score.
If you didn't catch our performance at The Twin Cities Horror Festival last Halloween, you have a chance to see The Poor Nobodys' newest film creation at The Bedlam this Friday, July 31.
Pay What You Can, suggested $5.
Additional performances by local improvisors and performance artists provoke an ethereal undercurrent for the evening. Bike wheels and metal singing bowls by Transitional Species. Improvisations on a modified banjo by Paul Metzger. The Great Stromboli himself will even make an appearance.
"There are shadows and reflections, human figures and those that are less than human... but images often only reveal their true nature at their own languid pace. The Poor Nobodys musical accompaniment can make the masks, puppets and bones even creepier than they might otherwise be." - Matthew A. Everett, TC Daily Planet
FERMENTATION and THE POOR NOBODYS
Original music by Fermentation and the Poor Nobodys…both are hard to fit in a genre…both are bands of composers. Possible surprise acts of puppetry, shamanism or other strange things to be announced.
Thursday March 12, 7-10pm
The Poor Nobodys return to TCHF III with another live film score. We got our fill of brains and blood with "Night of the Living Dead" in the first Twin Cities Horror Festival and have an original psycho-thriller film in the style of David Lynch to offer this year. Panacea was created in collaboration with filmmakers Crist Dahl & Chris Delisle of Rochester, MN and artist/puppeteer Daniel Polnau. All original music with original film + found footage.
Friday Oct 24 at 5:30pm
Saturday Oct 25 at 10pm
Sunday Oct 26 at 10pm
Wednesday Oct 29 at 7pm
Saturday Nov 1 at 1pm
Sunday Nov 2 at 5:30pm
After a pre-release tour through Europe, The Poor Nobodys are proud to celebrate the hometown release of the record at The Cedar. Opening that night will be Anonymous Choir, featuring Nona Marie Invie (of Dark Dark Dark) and Duluth duo The Murder of Crows, featuring Alan Sparhawk (of Low) and Gaelynn Lea, will also perform a set of their haunting, mostly instrumental dark music.
Tickets go on sale March 7th here.