The Turnblad Mansion in Minneapolis -- from its kitchen to bathroom to stairwells -- is the set for the world premiere dance-theater piece KOM HIT! (Swedish for "Come here!").
Ballet dancer Sally Rousse and theater director Noah Bremer have partnered with the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis to present an original work inspired by Sweden's complicated literary father, August Strindberg.
Audiences follow performers through the mansion's many rooms to watch the story unfold.
You can find more information at the American Swedish Institute's website.
There are two shows Tuesday night, and two final shows Thursday night.