Loven and Lewis come home to Minneapolis

kyle_lovenKyle Loven ’06 has called a few places “home.” He moved from the charming town of Wilmar, Minn. to Minneapolis to study theatre and art history at Augsburg. After college, he spent some time in Europe before settling in Seattle, Wash. And on March 19, Loven will return to his Twin Cities home to perform my dear Lewis, his one-man show about memories.

my dear Lewis will be part of SEEDS, presented by Open Eye Figure Theatre. SEEDS features the work of emerging artists who are supported by the Henson Foundation. Performances are Mar. 19, 20, and 22 at 7:30 p.m. and Mar. 21 at 4 p.m.  Continue reading “Loven and Lewis come home to Minneapolis”

Kyle Loven: From Backyards to Backstage

lovenHaving the opportunity to work with a professional theater company before you’ve even graduated from college is something you don’t think twice about. Unless you’re me.

By having two internships with two vastly different Minneapolis theater companies, Open Eye Figure Theatre and the Jungle Theater, I was given a unique chance to study what lies ahead while I was still studying for finals.

Internship #1

Traveling around the Twin Cities in an old white van crammed to capacity with puppets is precisely what I never dreamed I’d be doing. Well, maybe in a dream, but not consciously. Continue reading “Kyle Loven: From Backyards to Backstage”