Patrick’s Cabaret, which has been a site for figurative and literal cutting edge work for the past 16 years, including this hip hop dance by Amirah Sackett, is down to its final week in its home in a former firehouse adjoining the Third Precinct of the Minneapolis Police Department.

The building was sold and the cabaret has to vacate the premises.

Patrick’s will move on Saturday, 3-7 p.m., to offices at Intermedia Arts while it plots its future. They’re seeking volunteers to help with the move (contact coordinator Mike Curran, mcurran@macalester.edu.)

In the meantime, executive artistic director Scott Artley has announced that Patrick’s has “gone fishin’ for June,” to return with programming in the fall.

In that fallow time, Harry Waters, a performer and chair of the theater department at Macalester College, will lead an effort to re-imagine the company’s future.

Patrick’s also has been picked to participate in ArtsLab, a program in which it will do strategic planning with peer organizations.

As it reorganizes, Patrick’s also will seek new members for its board and advisory committee. Contact scott@patrickscabaret.org.

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