This week and next, Pillsbury House Theatre offers three new works by up-and-coming Minnesota performance artists. “The Ways I Wished To Love Her” by A.P. Looze uses mirrors, light and mythology to explore the psychological concept of mirroring. Anat Shinar deconstructs domesticity with a solo piece titled “Something Elegant, Like This.” Finally, Chitra Vairavan’s “Cloth and Body” takes place throughout the Pillsbury House building, with a single performance offered Jan. 26.
These presentations are the capstone to Naked Stages, the theater’s annual development and mentorship program for emerging artists. (7:30 p.m. Thu.-Sat., through Jan. 26, Pillsbury House Theatre, 3501 Chicago Av. S., $16, 612-825-0459, pillsburyhouseandtheatre.org)