Storm Large

7:30 PM
Friday, October 12, 2018
Gorecki Family Theater, CSB

Storm Large on a Couch


Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang

Think Mae West meets Pink. Storm Large is a sensual and stunning powerhouse of voice and presence. Her fierce and fiery show includes the American songbook, Broadway tear-jerkers, rock goddess anthems and some of her own gorgeous originals. Her performances are sultry, sublime and sophisticated. Storm made a name for herself as a vocalist with the band Pink Martini and has sung with Grammy winner k.d. lang, singer/songwriter Rufus Wainwright and the funky George Clinton. Her suggestive innuendo, salty language and empowering expression is best for audiences (18+) who will embrace a bold and audacious evening.

This show contains mature content and language.

Specialty cocktails and concessions will be available for purchase throughout the performance and post-performance.


The following activities will be facilitated by Scarlette Revolver of Revolver Studios.  Workshops are free and open to all but pre-registration is required.  Please call the box office at 320-363-5777 to register.

Body Positivity 101 
Monday, October 1st
6:30 pm, 90 min
Age 18+
Recital Hall, BAC, CSB

From Instagram, to Twitter, to Dove “Real Beauty” ads -- we keep hearing the term, “Body-Positive”. So what is this movement all about? In this workshop, we will discuss and explore the basics of the body-positive movement to give you an understanding of what it means (and what it doesn’t), what the purpose of the movement is, and why body-positivity is essential to our healing, empowerment, and liberation.

Empowerment Through Movement 
Monday, October 8th
6:30 pm, 90 min
Age 18+
Helgeson Dance Studio, BAC, CSB

Movement holds the power to inspire, heal, empower, and connect. This workshop will involve some discussion around movement; barriers that may prevent us from expressing ourselves and why allowing our bodies to move is so important. Students will participate in various exercises meant to inspire creativity, playfulness, and joy. We will also explore ways movement can help us feel confident in and connected to our bodies.


Scarlette Revolver Portrait 
Photo credit Straylight Creative

Scarlette Revolver is a performance artist with over two decades of experience; dance, theatre, music, and beyond. Her work is currently focused in burlesque and vaudeville arts. She is known for her versatility on stage, as well as her creative passion. Scarlette is also the owner of St Cloud's Revolver Studios; an inclusive, body-positive adult dance and fitness studio. Her driving force is to create an environment where ALL bodies feel welcome to express themselves and experience the joy of movement and community. Revolver is deeply passionate about spreading radical self-love through her multi-faceted work. She teaches a wide variety of classes and has had the privilege of teaching and performing in dozens of cities and states throughout her career. Scarlette is a certified personal trainer, wellness coach, yoga/pilates instructor, Rollga instructor, and a Body-Positive Fitness Alliance certified professional. She has also studied and trained in meditation and mindful self-compassion through the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion. 

Sponsored in part by Revolver Studios: