Monday, June 4, 2018

7 pm

TART

7:00 pm
Runs 85 minutes

Bryant Lake Bowl
810 West Lake Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota

$14 in advance. $18 day of performance
Call 612-825-8949
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Presented by The BAND Group
  • Comedy
  • Cabaret/variety

TART, the gayest club in town, is in trouble as its family is under siege by the moral crusader Tartuffe. Now this family of friends, lovers, and drag performers unite to save one of their own, Orgon, from Tartuffe’s “salvation” in this adaptation of Molière’s iconic French comedy that’s filled with rhyming couplets, slapstick, and drag numbers. This production is partnering with RECLAIM, an nonprofit devoted to helping Queer and Trans youth reclaim their pride.

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Apples In Winter

St. Peder's Lutheran Church
4600 East 42nd St. Minneapolis, MN 55406

Presented by Uprising Theatre Company
  • Drama

Apples In Winter by Jennifer Fawcett, directed by Shalee Coleman, featuring Gina Sauer

Twenty-two years ago, Miriam’s son, Robert, committed a horrible crime. Robert was caught, tried, and convicted of first-degree murder and has been sitting on death row ever since. In seven hours the state will execute him. As is the tradition, Robert is granted a last meal. His request: a slice of his mother’s apple pie.

A “site specific show” this performance will take place in a kitchen. 

For tickets and other information go to www.uprisingtheatreco.com/tickets

Each performance will be followed by a facilitated talkback. Uprising will also have several community partners present at each performance so you can get involved in bringing action to these issues. 

 

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Silent Sky

7:30 pm
Runs 120 minutes

Commonweal Theatre Company
208 Parkway Ave. N Lanesboro, MN 55949

$15-$35
Call 800-657-7025
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Presented by Commonweal Theatre Company
  • Drama

With warm-hearted wit and infectious joy, Silent Sky tells the riveting true story of Henrietta Leavitt, a pioneering scientist in an age when women couldn’t even vote. Despite not being allowed to touch a telescope, Henrietta and her coworkers at the Harvard Observatory made ground-breaking discoveries about the universe that are still vital today, over a century later. If you liked the movie Hidden Figures, you won’t want to miss this “luminously beautiful play” that will change how you look at both the heavens and the earth.

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