The Shrieking Harpies are a musical improv trio featuring Lizzie Gardner, Taj Ruler, Hannah Wydeven, and with Justin Nellis on the keys.
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Seat Reservations and Show Tickets
|Add to Schedule||Date||Time||Venue||Reservation Price||Ticket Options||Quantity||Purchase|
|08/04||1:00 PM||Augsburg Studio||$3.00||
|08/06||10:00 PM||Augsburg Studio||$3.00||
|08/07||7:00 PM||Augsburg Studio||$3.00||
|08/10||5:30 PM||Augsburg Studio||$3.00||
|08/11||2:30 PM||Augsburg Studio||$3.00||
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Cast and Crew
Lizzie Gardner is an actor and improviser in the Twin Cities, and a teacher at HUGE Theater in Minneapolis. When not performing around town with the Shrieking Harpies, you can find her performing with her improv group Guts & Teeth on Saturdays at HUGE Theater, or performing as a company member for DalekoArts. You can also find her at the Fringe Festival this year in Couple Fight: The Musical! Lizzie is so excited to perform with Shrieking Harpies again this year and to continue spreading music and magic to the community!
Justin Nellis is a Minneapolis-based keyboardist, teacher, and improvisor, performing throughout the Midwest with groups such as Van Stee, Exotik-A-Gogo, School For Girls, & Shrieking Harpies. He currently teaches choir & general music through MacPhail Center for Music, runs his own private music studio out of his South Minneapolis home, and is a summer theater workshop teacher for Stages Theatre Company.
Taj Ruler is actor, improviser, and voice over artist in the Twin Cities. You can currently see her at The Brave New Workshop in Ferris Mueller's Day Off (Playing now through October), and Show X every Monday night at HUGE Theater. You can also see Taj at the Fringe in Book of Shadows at Theater In The Round. Taj is thrilled to be back in the Fringe Festival this year performing with Shrieking Harpies. She feels honored and grateful to be able to share the stage with some of the most talented and generous performers around!
Hannah Wydeven has been performing comedy since 2005 and has performed in dozens of shows around the Twin Cities. She can be seen performing weekly at HUGE Theater in Show X. She has traveled and taught across the country, and is the founder of the women-trans-femme-nonbinary improv education program at HUGE Theater. A former high-school teacher, Hannah is now the owner of Solcana Fitness, a feminist, queer, social-justice focused gym located in the Seward Neighborhood of Minneapolis. If you want to check out any of her work there, head to www.solcanafitness.com for information.