The community is invited to eight weekly performances by Main ReACTion, a new improvisational theater troupe comprised of Winona area youth.
The performances will take place on Tuesdays, June 11 to August 16, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at different locations on Third Street between Main Street and Lafayette Street. Find the young performers on Third Street wearing brightly colored shirts accompanied by a sign identifying the group. Locations will also be announced on the MCA Facebook page (facebook.com/mnconservatoryforthearts) on the day of performances.
Lead by Catherine Deysach, Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) theater instructor, the young performers in Main reACTion are Charlotte Beyers, Halli Davis, Eric Gustafson, Emma Mielke, Uvonne Olcott, Lucy Sanders, Seamus Schwaba, Iris Smith, Abby Thrumer, and Kaia Van Tol.
This activity is part of Artists on Main Street, a partnership between Winona Main Street, the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota, and Springboard for the Arts, with support from the Bush Foundation.
About Third Space
Third Space is part of Artists on Main Street, a partnership between the Winona Main Street Program, Preservation Alliance of Minnesota and Springboard for the Arts, with support from the Bush Foundation. The goal of Third Space is to create free programming for the public to be held outside on Third Street between Center Street and Lafayette Street, to encourage outdoor activity downtown beyond the borders of Levee Park, and to encourage foot traffic in the downtown business district. This artist-led placemaking initiative is meant to be varied, from passive programming to interactive events, and include a broad cross-section of Winona’s population from youth to seniors, but may be focused on one specific part of the population.
The Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA), an affiliate program of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, is a nonprofit community arts school offering programming in dance, music, visual art, and theater. Classes, lessons, workshops, and camps are offered for students of all ages from birth through older adults at the Valéncia Arts Center. For more information about MCA or Galleria Valéncia visit mca.smumn.edu, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 507-453-5500.