Sunday, May 21, 2017

1 pm

The Elephant Man

1:30 pm
Runs 120 minutes

Commonweal Theatre
208 Parkway Ave. N Lanesboro, MN 55949

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

Glorifying the triumph of the human spirit, The Elephant Man has been hailed by The New York Times as a “startling act of magic.” In 19th-century England, John Merrick is born with a genetic condition that leaves him horribly disfigured. First viewed as a carnival sideshow freak, he is ultimately embraced by the highest levels of English society. As Merrick struggles to understand what it means to be human, he imparts on others a lesson about dignity and ultimately proves that true beauty lies in the eye – and the soul – of the beholder.

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2 pm

Stone Soup

2:00 pm
Runs 60 minutes

  • Closing night

Stages Theatre Company
1111 Mainstreet Hopkins,MN 55343

$12-$16
Call 952-979-1111
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Presented by Stages Theatre Company
  • Musical
  • Kids

Stone Soup

Apr 21 – May 21, 2017  •  ALL AGES  •  World Premiere

Script & Lyrics by Jeannine Coulombe, Music & Lyrics by Michael Gruber

An original musical adaptation based on the European folktale.

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Stone Soup - Apr 21 - May 21, 2017

 

The classic folktale of the feared strangers who inspire a whole community through the use of one little stone charms its way onto our main stage this spring in a world premiere musical. When war-weary foreigners arrive in the village square, fear and suspicion reign. But as the outsiders start to make soup out of a stone, each of the locals is prompted to contribute to the ever-growing, communal meal. Come share this ageless story with us as it serves up a delightfully poignant reminder that community is built one ingredient at a time.

MUSICAL   |   RUNNING TIME: TBA

 

ACCESSIBLE PERFORMANCES

  • Sunday, April 23 at 2 pm – Pay What You Can performance
  • Saturday, April 29 at 1 pm Captioned performance
  • Saturday, May 6 at 10 am – Sensory-Friendly performance
  • Wednesday, May 10 at 10 am – Sensory-Friendly performance
  • Saturday, May 13 at 1 pm – ASL & Audio Described performance

 

This production is sponsored byStages Theatre Company's 2017/2018 Season Sponsor JERRY'S FOODS

Illustrations © 1998 by Susan Gaber. Published 1998 by August House LittleFolk. Used by permission of August House LittleFolk. All rights reserved.

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In an effort to build a feast for the whole community, we invite you to bring a non-perishable food or non food item for our community to the performance of Stone Soup you are attending.

 

All donations will be collected in the theatre during the performance. In addition, monetary donations for ICA can be made at the Box Office.

ALL DONATIONS BENEFIT OUR NEIGHBORS IN NEED THROUGH ICA FOOD SHELF! ICA Food Shelf provides food, job coach support, and resources to our neighbords in need in Hopkins, Excelsior, Minnetonka, Deephaven, Greenwood, Shorewood and Woodland.

FOOD & NON-FOOD ITEMS NEEDED

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Escape From Happiness

2:00 pm
Runs 130 minutes

  • Closing night

Hastings Arts Center
216 4th St E, Hastings, MN. 55033.

Presented by (lumin)theater lab
  • Comedy

'Escape From Happiness' by George F. Walker is a dark comedy about a dysfunctional family full of zany characters who are trying desperately to keep it together, while under suspicion from the law, being hounded by criminal elements & being victims of their own dysfunction.

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Amy's View

Park Square Theatre Proscenium Stage
20 West 7th Place, Saint Paul, MN

$60 - 21
Call 6512917005
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Presented by Park Square Theatre
  • Drama

Everyone has a different view. Amy’s view is that love conquers all. In 1979 Amy visits her mother, the West End actress Esme Allen, with a big favor to ask and a brash new boyfriend in tow. When the pair meet, Amy will find the views she holds so dear are painfully tested as she has to decide what’s worth fighting for. What none of them can know is that the events of that day will set in motion a chain reaction which will dramatically change their lives forever. A regional premiere by David Hare, directed by Gary Gisselman.

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Krazy Kamp, The Musical

2:00 pm
Runs 100 minutes

  • Closing night

Northern Starz Children's Theatre
5300 Alpine Drive, Ramsey, MN 55303

$7 - $10
Call 612-326-6158
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Presented by Northern Starz Children's Theatre
  • Comedy
  • Musical

 

Northern Starz

YOUR PLACE TO SHINE

KRAZY KAMP (GRADES 6-12)

Show dates: May 12th - May 21st
Rehearsals: March 21st - May 20th

 

Adam Apple, the wheeler dealer director of Camp John Smith is in trouble.  He and his sidekick, Willard, are destined for “a real job” unless they get their camp in shape.  But the rambunctious “gentlemen of John Smith” need a place to stay until things get put back together.  Adam finally convinces Eve Hunnicutt, the manager of the girls’ fashionable Camp Pocahontas, to give the boys a home.  When serene Pocahontas comes in contact with wild John Smith, this entertaining farce bursts with hilarity.  Of course, no one is to know the boys are staying, including the camp’s owner, Mrs. Thistlemist. Keeping any calm, however, is beyond reality when a parade of hilarious characters in addition to the John Smith boys wander into camp:  Elmer Crumb, from the carnival with his associate, Cleopatra Nile, who is never without her snakes, Clams Marinara, the notorious hood (who has a wild tune written about him!), the flashily-dressed Dixie, who carries a dinky pistol in a violin case, and the Mo Sisters, three ladies(?)  making a celebrity visit to Camp Pocahontas.  Toss in a poison ivy victim who resembles a walking mummy...  that’s just for starters!  Problems stack on top of each other until once charming Camp Pocahontas is declared unfit for habitation by the state inspector.  The choice songs in this show will have you singing along.  

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The Dixie Swim Club

2:00 pm
Runs 120 minutes

  • Closing night

Lincoln Community Center Auditorium
110 Fulton Street, Mankato MN 56001

$10-$15
Call 507-388-5493
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Presented by Merely Players Community Theatre
  • Drama
  • Comedy

MANKATO, MN -- Merely Players Community Theatre opens their final production of the 2016-17 Season, The Dixie Swim Club, on Friday, May 12.

The Dixie Swim Club is the story of five Southern women who meet one long weekend every August to recharge lifelong relationships first formed after meeting through their college swim team. Free from husbands, kids, and jobs, they gather at the same beach cottage on North Carolina's Outer Banks to catch up, laugh and meddle in each other's lives. As their lives unfold and the years pass, these women increasingly rely on one another, through advice and raucous repartee, to get through the things that life flings at them.

This production sees the return of several Merely Players veterans: Maggie Maes, Cindy Olson, and Carol Rath. Maes is directing, while Olson and Rath return to the main-stage after long hiatuses (12 and 10 years respectively) bringing life to the characters of Vernadette (Olson), the self-deprecating and acerbic one, and Dinah (Rath), the wisecracking, overachiever, career dynamo. The power-house acting ensemble is rounded out by Laura Anthony Conn playing the role of super-organizer Sheree, and newcomers Christi Smith as Lexie, a southern belle who is neither short on charm nor husbands, and Lisa Noll portraying sweet but not entirely innocent Jeri Neal.

“We have had so much fun bringing this show to life,” Maes said. “It’s beautifully written, and it’s such a pleasure to work with amazing actors on a piece that celebrates friendship in such a funny and poignant way. Audiences will be thoroughly entertained and moved by this story”. Performances are May 12, 13, 19, and 20 at 7:30 p.m. and May 14 and 21 at 2:00 p.m. at the Lincoln Community Center Auditorium in Mankato.

Tickets for The Dixie Swim Club can be purchased by ordering online at www.merelyplayers.com/tickets or by calling the Merely Players box office at 507-388-5483 and leaving a message (staff will return calls). Tickets are $15 for adults, $13 for seniors and $10 for youth (under 12).

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A Year with Frog and Toad

2:00 pm
Runs 120 minutes

Children's Theatre Company
2400 Third Ave S

Presented by Children's Theatre Company
  • Musical
  • Kids

A Year with Frog and Toad
Best enjoyed by everyone
Based on Arnold Lobel’s Newbery and Caldecott Honor Books
Music by Robert Reale
Lyrics and book by Willie Reale
Original Direction by David Petrarca
Directed by Peter Rothstein
Choreography by Daniel Pelzig 

ASL/AD: June 2 at 7PM
ASL Only: June 4 at 5PM
Sensory Friendly: June 16 at 7PM

Waking from hibernation in the spring, the perky Frog and the worrywart Toad plant gardens, swim, rake leaves, go sledding, and learn life lessons through four, fun-filled seasons. The amphibian odd couple celebrate and rejoice in their differences that make them the best-est of friends while joined by a colorful cast of birds, mice, turtles, and that slo-o-ow snail with the mail. Nominated for three Tony Awards® including Best Musical, this unforgettable and tuneful musical is back on our stage after almost a decade! Don’t miss this exuberant story based on the treasured books by Arnold Lobel in a musical that soars like a kite and blossoms like spring. 

This production was commissioned and created by Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis, MN.

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A Celebration of Finnish Music

2:00 pm
Runs 120 minutes

Woodbury United Methodist Church
7465 Steepleview Road, Woodbury, MN 55125

Free

Presented by East Metro Symphony Orchestra
  • Musical

The East Metro Symphony Orchestra (EMSO) is proud to announce the fifth and final program of its 2016-2017 concert season. A Celebration of Finnish Music will be presented on Sunday, May 21, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. at Woodbury United Methodist Church, 7465 Steepleview Road, Woodbury, MN.  Presented with the generous support of the Finlandia Foundation National, A Celebration of Finnish Music commemorates the one hundredth anniversary of Finland’s independence.  Part of the international Suomi Finland 100 celebration, the concert will combine performances of both the folk and classical music of Finland and will feature  special guest folk musician, poet, and kantele player (Finnish folk harp) Diane Jarvi.  Admission to this concert is free.  Free will offerings in support of the orchestra’s work in the community are always appreciated.  Visit www.emsorch.org for more information.

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Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

2:00 pm
Runs 80 minutes

Howard Conn Fine Arts Center
1900 Nicollet Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55403

$7 - $15
Call 612-623-9080
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Presented by Youth Performance Company
  • Musical
  • Kids

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Book and Lyrics by Judith Viorst. Music by Shelly Markham
Adapted from the book by Judith Viorst
May 5 – 21, 2017

For every kid who has begged “read it just one more time!” after reaching the last page of this beloved story, here’s a musical adaptation that will offer up a favorite anti-hero in an marvelous new way. And for those who have not yet met the beleaguered Alexander, beset by the worst set of troubles a kid could ever find crammed into one day,  get ready to enjoy some sympathetic chuckles and more than a few outright belly laughs during this lively production. With a day that includes bossy brothers, lima beans for dinner and kissing on tv, Alexander’s struggles with life’s daily dramas will entertain and educate young audiences as they identify with the obstacles he encounters, encouraging them to realize that bad days happen—even in Australia.

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The Church Basement Ladies in: Rise Up O Men

2:00 pm
Runs 135 minutes

  • Closing night

Plymouth Playhouse
2705 Annapolis Lane N, Plymouth, MN 55441

$22-$40
Call 763-553-1600 ex. 1
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Presented by Troupe America at the Plymouth Playhouse
  • Comedy
  • Musical

A Lutheran take on the classical "hero" journey, RISE UP, O MEN is the story of men (and women) who become larger than themselves; it's the story of a group of farmers and John Deere dealers, and church basement ladies, who rise to the requirement of heroism in order to help their community and its future. RISE UP, O MEN is a new musical featuring the men of the church and your favorite church basement Ladies who serve them. The year is 1964, in the basement kitchen of the Lutheran Church in rural Minnesota. As these hard-working farmers discuss their scrap lumber piles and their tractors and preparations for the Centennial Celebration, they unintentionally disrupt the order of the kitchen...but that's what happens when you let the roosters in the hen house.

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110 In The Shade

2:00 pm
Runs 135 minutes

  • Closing night

Theatre In The Round
245 Cedar Avenue Minneapolis MN 55454-1054

Presented by Theatre In The Round
  • Musical

This simple, poignant musicalfeatures a lively score from the creators of The Fantasticks. Lizzie Curry struggles alongside her father and brothers to keep their cattle ranch going in the drought-stricken southwest in the 1930s. Then Bill Starbuck strides into town, promising to bring rain, and turns the town - and Lizzie's world - upside down.

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Sweet Land The Musical

History Theatre
30 East 10th Street St.Paul, MN 55101

$15-$52
Call 6512924323
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Presented by History Theatre
  • Drama
  • Musical

Book by Perrin Post
Lyrics & Book by Laurie Flanigan-Hegge
Music by Dina Maccabee
From the film Sweet Land by Ali Selim and the short story “A Gravestone Made of Wheat” by Will Weaver
Directed by Perrin Post
Choreography by Joe Chvala
Musical Arrangements by Robert Elhai
Musical Direction by Jason Hansen

April 29–May 28, 2017

A poignant, lyrical celebration of land, love, and the American immigrant experience.

1920. Inge Altenberg journeys to America to marry a bachelor farmer, sight unseen. But in the wake of WWI, Inge’s German heritage turns her new neighbors against the match. Under cathedral skies, the determined young immigrant and her stoic farmer fight for their lives, facing their own misgivings and the harshness of an unforgiving land. A lyrical celebration of hard-won independence and a reflection of generations past, Sweet Land reminds us of who we are - and where we came from.

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Red Velvet

2:00 pm
Runs 120 minutes

Southern Theater
1420 South Washington Ave, Minneapolis MN 55454

$10 - $24
Call 612-326-1811
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Presented by Walking Shadow Theatre Company
  • Drama

Edmund Kean, a titan of his generation, collapses on stage, leaving Covent Garden without their Othello. Ira Aldridge, a little-known African American actor, is invited to take over the role. But as the public riot in the streets over the abolition of slavery, how will the cast, critics and audience react to the revolution taking place in the theatre?

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Little Wars

2:00 pm

  • Closing night

Mixed Blood Theatre
1501 S 4th St. Minneapolis, MN 55454

Presented by PRIME Productions
  • Drama

It’s France, 1940. Tensions are high. The booze is flowing. War is coming. Written by Steven Carl McCasland, Little Wars features Lillian Hellman, Dorothy Parker, Gertrude Stein, Agatha Christie, Alice B. Toklas and Muriel Gardiner having the best what-if dinner party you can imagine. Together they’ll drink, scoff and face their demons. Everyone has a confession. Someone has a secret.  

Shelli Place directs the all-women cast which includes Candace Barrett-Birk, Sue Scott, Elizabeth Desotelle, Laura Adams, Vanessa Gamble, Alison Edwards, and Miriam Schwartz. Little Wars is the debut performance of PRIME Productions, a new professional theater company in the Twin Cities focused on “Celebrating women in their second act.” 

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SISTER ACT

2:00 pm
Runs 107 minutes

Lakeville Area Arts Center
20965 Holyoke Ave, Lakeville, MN

$15
Call 952-985-4640
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Presented by The Play's the Thing Productions
  • Comedy
  • Musical

 

Based on the hit 1992 film, this feel good Musical Comedy Smash is sure to entertain! When Deloris Van Cartier witnesses a murder, she is put into protective custody in a convent. Using her unique disco moves and singing talent to inspire the Convent's lackluster choir, Deloris breathes new life into the Church community, but in doing so blows her cover. Soon the mobsters are giving chase but they must face Deloris and the power of her newly found sister hood!

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12 Angry Men

2:00 pm

  • Closing night

Newport United Methodist Church
1596 11th Ave, Newport, MN 55055

Presented by Locally Grown Theatre
  • Drama

Join Locally Grown Theatre as this great cast brings to life this classic story.

It's an iconic courtroom drama in which the audience never sees the inside of a courtroom. The play is set entirely inside a crowded, steamy jury room and it is a script filled with little more than some of the best dramatic dialogue written. "Twelve Angry Men" quickly became a classic story for stage and screen and Reginald Rose's cast of characters some of the most memorable in modern history.

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Wit

2:00 pm

Black Box Theater
1800 West Old Shakopee Road, Bloomington, MN 55431

$9 - $30
Call 952-563-8575
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Presented by Artistry
  • Drama

May 6 – 28, 2017

Written by Margaret Edson
Directed by Benjamin McGovern

"... the kind of theatrical experience of which legends are made." –The New York Times

"I was dismayed to discover that the play would contain elements of... humor." So says Dr. Vivian Bearing as she introduces her story to us. Wit is a brilliantly-crafted and unflinching look at the last chapter of Ms. Bearing's life. Armed with a sharp intellect, this professor of 17th century poetry wrestles with the ultimate question of what it means to be alive.

Cast:

Sally Wingert* - Dr. Vivian Bearing
Todd Hansen - Harvey Kelekian, MD / Mr Bearing
Corey DiNardo - Jason Posner, MD 
Christina Castro - Susie Monahan, RN, BSN
Barbara Berlovitz - Dr. E.M. Ashford, PhD
Carl Swanson - Ensemble
Mike Swan - Ensemble
Jamie Fields - Ensemble
Allison Witham – Ensemble

*Member of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

Fast Facts:

Runs Saturday, May 6th through Sunday, May 28th with performances on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30pm and Sunday afternoons at 2:00pm.

New This Season: We are pleased to offer a *Ticketed Preview of Wit on Friday, May 5th at 7:30pm and a **Pay What You Can performance on Monday, May 15th at 7:30pm.

*Ticketed Preview (Friday, May 5th): The ticketed preview takes place one night before opening night, giving actors a chance to see how the show is working for the audience and to further hone their performances. Black Box Theater tickets cost $9. You may purchase them online, by phone, or in person at our box office.

**Pay What You Can (Monday, May 15th): To help make the arts accessible for all, we offer a Pay What You Can Performance for every production. Audience members attending this performance can purchase tickets for any whole dollar amount they can afford. 

Talk Back with cast and crew after the performance on Sunday, May 14th.

Audio Description performance on Sunday, May 14th at 2:00pm.

Sign Language Interpreted performance on Thursday, May 18th at 7:30pm. 

Ticket Info:
Box Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Box Office Phone: 952-563-8575
Adults: $30
Seniors (62+): $26
Next Generations (30 and Under): $9
($2 off Adult & Senior tickets for Wednesday/Thursday performances)

At the Black Box Theater...

For more information: https://artistrymn.org/theater/wit

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Spandex the Musical

2:00 pm
Runs 120 minutes

The Minnsky Theatre
1517 Central Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN, United States

Starting at $20
Call ​612-390-1517
Buy tickets online

Presented by Minnsky Theatre and Buns & Guns LLC
  • Comedy
  • Musical

The heat is on. At the height of the '80s fitness craze-- and against all odds-- two women will come into their own through the power of THE BURN. Nothing, and no one, will keep them down; not a pill-pushing narcissist, not shattered Olympics dreams, not the Cold War, and definitely not swollen glutes!  

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Love, Tonight

2:30 pm
Runs 90 minutes

Phoenix Theater
2605 Hennepin Avenue

$12
Call 612-377-2285
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Presented by Arts Nest Fledgling Program
  • Drama
  • Comedy

three one-acts by Sam Graber

Wedding Song directed by Maureen Bourgeois

Confessions of a Teenage Cat Killer directed by Shelley Whitehead

Field Guide to Mating directed by Mason Tyer

Performances:  May 19, 20, 22, 26, 27 at 7:30pm, May 21st at 2:30pm

Tickets are $12, pay-what-you-can Monday, May 22nd

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4 pm

Intimate Apparel at MN Opera Center

4:00 pm
Runs 120 minutes

MN Opera Center
620 N 1st St Minneapolis, MN 55401

$30. Pay What You Can for those under 30, $10 minimum.
Call 6122039502
Buy tickets online

Presented by Ten Thousand Things
  • Drama

A beautiful story of an African American seamstress in the early 1900s, and her long-distance correspondence and romance with a worker on the Panama Canal, as well as her loving friendships with a prostitute and a Jewish tailor.

Directed by Austene Van

Featuring Aimee Bryant, Darius Dotch, Dame-Jasmine Hughes, George Keller, Kris Nelson and Karen Wiese-Thompson

At Open Book Book May 12-14, 26-28 and June 2-4

At MN Opera Center May 19-21

Friday and Saturday shows at 7:30pm. Sunday shows at 4pm.

 

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5 pm

A Year with Frog and Toad

5:00 pm
Runs 120 minutes

Children's Theatre Company
2400 Third Ave S

Presented by Children's Theatre Company
  • Musical
  • Kids

A Year with Frog and Toad
Best enjoyed by everyone
Based on Arnold Lobel’s Newbery and Caldecott Honor Books
Music by Robert Reale
Lyrics and book by Willie Reale
Original Direction by David Petrarca
Directed by Peter Rothstein
Choreography by Daniel Pelzig 

ASL/AD: June 2 at 7PM
ASL Only: June 4 at 5PM
Sensory Friendly: June 16 at 7PM

Waking from hibernation in the spring, the perky Frog and the worrywart Toad plant gardens, swim, rake leaves, go sledding, and learn life lessons through four, fun-filled seasons. The amphibian odd couple celebrate and rejoice in their differences that make them the best-est of friends while joined by a colorful cast of birds, mice, turtles, and that slo-o-ow snail with the mail. Nominated for three Tony Awards® including Best Musical, this unforgettable and tuneful musical is back on our stage after almost a decade! Don’t miss this exuberant story based on the treasured books by Arnold Lobel in a musical that soars like a kite and blossoms like spring. 

This production was commissioned and created by Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis, MN.

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6 pm

Grease

6:30 pm

Chanhassen Dinner Theatres
501 W 78th St, Chanhassen, MN 55317

$65 - $89
Call 952.934.1525
Buy tickets online

Presented by Chanhassen Dinner Theatres
  • Comedy
  • Musical

After a decade, the #1 best-seller in Chanhassen Dinner Theatres’ history returns to the Main Stage!

Join Sandy, Danny and the rest of the Burger Palace Boys and Pink Ladies for an affectionate satire of high school life in the 1950's.  Don't miss the unforgettable tunes like: “Summer Nights,” “Look at Me, I’m Sandra Dee,” “We Go Together,” “Greased Lightnin’,” “Beauty School Dropout,” AND added songs made popular in the beloved film: “Grease (Is The Word),” “Hopelessly Devoted to You” and “You’re the One That I Want.”  It’s a high-octane rock ‘n’ roll party packed with explosive energy!

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7 pm

Staged reading of Moby Dick, a new original adaptation

Fallout Arts Initiative Co-op Studio 3
2601 2nd Ave. S., MPLS 55408

Pay-What-You-Can!
Call 1-800-838-3006
Buy tickets online

Presented by Theatre Coup d'Etat
  • Drama

Sunday, May 21 - 19
Pay-What-You-Can reservations available online now!

Theatre Coup d’Etat presents Moby Dick, a new original adaptation from the novel by Herman Melville, performing May 21, 7:00pm at Fallout Arts Initiative Co-op Studio 3 in Minneapolis.

Herman Melville’s Moby Dick has been called the “greatest American novel”. Its story illustrates how true greatness is achieved - through diversity, inclusion, and hard work. CDT’s adaptation re-imagines the classic tale by showing a world that is gender, culturally, and racially inclusive. CDT’s Moby Dick is the story of a diverse crew of sailors working during the height of the whaling industry, as told through the eyes of a callow narrator, Ishmael. The hunt this time, however, is for the leviathan that took the leg and splintered the mind of Captain Ahab, a captain haunted by demons of his own making. Under the wisdom and guidance of the great harpooner Queequeg, Ishmael gives us a lens into a world of cultural unity, moral and ethical conflict, and what it means to depend on the person next to you in a dangerous world where each day could be your last.

Two-time Ivey Award-winning Theatre Coup d’Etat is staging this reading of Moby Dick as part of a rigorous workshop process to prepare the script to be fully staged in November. 

Admission is pay-what-you-can and open to the public, but reservations are recommended at www.theatrecoupdetat.com or call 1-800-838-3006. Fallout Arts Initiative Co-op Studio 3 is located at 2601 2nd Ave. S., MPLS 55408.

Moby Dick staged reading (pay-what-you-can):

Sunday, May 21, showtime 7:00pm (doors 6:30pm)

The reading will run approximately 2 hours with one 10-minute intermission. Free street parking is available. Following the reading, audience members will be welcomed to stay for a brief talkback with the writer and the cast.

CAST

Brian Joyce, Adam Scarpello, Jack Kloppenborg, Charla Marie Bailey, Kevin Fanshaw, Kaylyn Forkey, Diana Jurland, Kelly Nelson, James Napoleon Stone

Tickets available at: http://mdreading.bpt.me/
Can't attend but want to contribute? Do it on our GiveMN page here!

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