Kevin Kling: Lost & Found aired April 2016.

This captivating experience brings Kevin Kling’s tales from the stage to the screen.

KevinKling_portrait.jpgPhoto by Ann MarsdenAbout the Program

Storyteller Kevin Kling is part humorist, part poet and philosopher, part sacred fool.  Known for his funny, poignant tales, and a Minnesota accent straight out of the movie “Fargo”, Kling’s plays and stories have delighted audiences around the globe, and his commentaries are featured on NPR’s All Things Considered. Kevin Kling: Lost & Found explores the experience of loss and the journey to healing through storytelling. 

We see how Kevin’s physical disabilities—the one he was born with and the one that resulted from a motorcycle accident—have shaped his art and life. Kling’s stories draw not only on his childhood growing up in suburban Minnesota, but also on Shakespeare, Dante and Homeric legend, with wisdom and relevance that transcends to modern day life. This captivating visual experience blends documentary and performance, and features original animations to bring storytelling from the stage to the screen.

Learn more about Kevin Kling on his website

Kevin Kling: Lost & Found was produced by Twin Cities Public Television


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Funding for this program was provided by the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund


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