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Flower Drum Song

Presented by Park Square Theatre and Mu Performing Arts

Randy Reyes, Director, Flower Drum Song

Park Square Theatre Proscenium Stage

20 West 7th Place, Saint Paul, MN

$60 - 21

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Sunday, January 22 2:00 pm
2017-01-22 14:00:002017-01-22 14:00:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
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Tuesday, January 24 7:30 pm
2017-01-24 19:30:002017-01-24 19:30:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
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Wednesday, January 25 7:30 pm
2017-01-25 19:30:002017-01-25 19:30:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
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  • Post-show discussion
Thursday, January 26 7:30 pm
2017-01-26 19:30:002017-01-26 19:30:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
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Friday, January 27 7:30 pm
2017-01-27 19:30:002017-01-27 19:30:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
Saturday, January 28 7:30 pm
2017-01-28 19:30:002017-01-28 19:30:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
Sunday, January 29 2:00 pm
2017-01-29 14:00:002017-01-29 14:00:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
  • Post-show discussion
Wednesday, February 1 7:30 pm
2017-02-01 19:30:002017-02-01 19:30:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
Thursday, February 2 7:30 pm
2017-02-02 19:30:002017-02-02 19:30:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
Friday, February 3 7:30 pm
2017-02-03 19:30:002017-02-03 19:30:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
  • Audio described
Saturday, February 4 2:00 pm
2017-02-04 14:00:002017-02-04 14:00:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
Saturday, February 4 7:30 pm
2017-02-04 19:30:002017-02-04 19:30:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
Sunday, February 5 2:00 pm
2017-02-05 14:00:002017-02-05 14:00:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
  • Post-show discussion
  • ASL interpreted
Wednesday, February 8 7:30 pm
2017-02-08 19:30:002017-02-08 19:30:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
Thursday, February 9 7:30 pm
2017-02-09 19:30:002017-02-09 19:30:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
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Friday, February 10 7:30 pm
2017-02-10 19:30:002017-02-10 19:30:00America/ChicagoFlower Drum Song“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes. Twin Cities metro
  • Captioned

Past performances

Friday, January 20 7:30 pm
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Saturday, January 21 7:30 pm
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“To create something new, we must first love what is old.” Set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late fifties, Flower Drum Song is a funny and moving story which explores what it means to be an American and touches the history of every person whose forbearers once arrived as strangers to these shores. The new, fully revised version includes David Henry Hwang’s Tony Award-nominated text. This co-production with Mu Performing Arts is directed by Randy Reyes.

Randy Reyes Director
Andrew Fleser Music Director, Conductor & Arrangments
Brianna Belland Cast Member
Stephanie Bertumen Cast Member
Katie Bradley Cast Member
Kylee Brinkman Cast Member
Michelle de Joya Cast Member
Ashley Kershaw Cast Member
Meghan Kreidler Cast Member
Alice McGlave Cast Member
Wesley Mouri Cast Member
Nikko Paul Raymo Cast Member
Nicole Reibe Cast Member
Joseph Vang Cast Member
Meng Xiong Cast Member
Penelope Freeh Choreographer
Mina Kinukawa Set Designer
Andrea Gross Costume Designer
Jacob Davis Sound Designer
Michael P. Kittel Lighting Designer
Abbee Warmboe Props Designer
Jamie J. Kranz Stage Manager
Lyndsey Harter Assistant Stage Manager