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‘WHOOSH! The Civil War Mythology of Michael Hickey and His Perilous Precipitation Over St. Anthony Falls.’

By Wheeler In The Sky

Created by Andrew Erskine Wheeler

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An ‘Homerical Poem’ of memory, art and healing as Minnesota veterans of the Civil War return home.
The creators say this show is appropriate for ages 7-11 and up
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‘WHOOSH! The Civil War Mythology of Michael Hickey and His Perilous Precipitation Over St. Anthony Falls.’ 08/07 5:30 PM CFPA Black Box

Pre-sale closed Online sales end at 11:59pm the day before the show, or when 70% of the house is sold.

‘WHOOSH! The Civil War Mythology of Michael Hickey and His Perilous Precipitation Over St. Anthony Falls.’ 08/08 10:00 PM CFPA Black Box

Pre-sale closed Online sales end at 11:59pm the day before the show, or when 70% of the house is sold.

‘WHOOSH! The Civil War Mythology of Michael Hickey and His Perilous Precipitation Over St. Anthony Falls.’ 08/12 AD 5:30 PM CFPA Black Box
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‘WHOOSH! The Civil War Mythology of Michael Hickey and His Perilous Precipitation Over St. Anthony Falls.’ 08/13 8:30 PM CFPA Black Box
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‘WHOOSH! The Civil War Mythology of Michael Hickey and His Perilous Precipitation Over St. Anthony Falls.’ 08/13 10:00 PM CFPA Black Box
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‘WHOOSH! The Civil War Mythology of Michael Hickey and His Perilous Precipitation Over St. Anthony Falls.’ 08/14 1:00 PM CFPA Black Box
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During the curtain speech for 'WHOOSH!' we will be encouraging audience members to make a donation to the Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center in Minneapolis through the GiveMN.Org page. More information can be found at https://www.givemn.org/organization/Minnesota-Indian-Women-s-Resource-Center

Preshow music was graciously contributed by The Lost Forty. You can learn more about them here: http://thelostforty.com/about-us/

More information can be found on the murals of Douglas Volk and the 2015 restoration project at the State Capitol which led to the moving of the mural Father Hennepin Discovering Saint Anthony Falls to a special room where it could be properly recontextualized due to it's problematic depictions of Native Peoples. More information here: https://www.mnhs.org/capitol/learn/art/8960#:~:text=Painted%20by%20Douglas%20Volk%20in,Anthony%20of%20Padua. 

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