Runs 60 minutes
Art Box Theater
4200 E 54th St, Minneapolis, MN 55417
$10 - $38
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Presented by Walking Shadow Theatre Company
Open is a magic show that takes place in the main character's mind. The audience has been summoned to play a critical role, but why? The Magician presents a myriad of tricks for our entertainment, while attempting the impossible. Is our faith in her illusions enough to rewrite the past? The clock is ticking, the show must go on, and we mustn't look away.
Featuring Allison Witham as The Magician. Running Oct 12 - Nov 3.
Runs 100 minutes
Calvary Baptist Church
2608 Blaisdell Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55408
$18 - $40
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Presented by Theatre Coup d'Etat
Theatre Coup d’Etat presents Rogue Prince: Henry IV parts 1 and 2 by William Shakespeare, adapted by Gary Briggle and directed by Wendy Lehr and Gary Briggle, performing October 10 - 26, 2019, all 7:30pm showings at Calvary Baptist Church in Minneapolis.
Rogue Prince is an original adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, based on the script by Orson Welles. Our story will focus on the young Prince Hal and his relationship with his friend and father figure, the rogue Falstaff. Hal is caught between a father he respects but does not love, and a father-figure he loves but can’t respect. As the world changes around them both, each one realizes they must sacrifice who they are for who they will become - whether they want to or not.
Combining actor-driven movement, a blend of live and engineered soundscape, and the black box seating of the space, Theatre Coup d’Etat’s production of Rogue Prince is can’t-miss experience. Two-time Ivey Award-winning Theatre Coup d’Etat is proud to present this coming-of-age tale to the Twin Cities.
Admission is sliding scale, $18-$40. Tickets available at www.theatrecoupdetat.com. Calvary Baptist Church is located at 2608 Blaisdell Ave S.
Rogue Prince preview (pay-what-you-can):
Wednesday, October 9, showtime 7:30pm (doors 7:00pm)
Rogue Prince performances (sliding scale): $18-$40
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Monday, showtimes 7:30pm (doors 7:00pm)
October 10-12, 17-19, and 24-26, plus Mondays Oct 14 and 21.
(Monday, October 14 and 21 are pay-what-you-can performances)
King Henry IV - Bruce Bohne (AEA)
Prince John of Lancaster/ Poins - Damien Leverett
Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland / Sheriff of London / Lord Chief Justice / Traveler - Corey de Danann
Henry Percy, aka “Hotspur”/ Justice Shallow - Ben Shaw
Sir John Falstaff - Gary Briggle (AEA)
Earl of Westmoreland / Silence / Peto / Corporal Nym - Kjer Whiting
Bardolph - Don Maloney
Pistol / Sir Walter Blunt / Earl of Surrey / Douglas - Kaylyn Forkey
Dame Quickly / Thomas Percy, Earl of Worcester / Traveler - Meg Bradley
Doll Tearsheet / Vernon / Lady Percy / Bishop of London / Earl of Warwick / Traveler - Anna Leverett
Henry (Hal), Prince of Wales, later King Henry V - James Napoleon Stone
Director - Wendy Lehr & Gary Briggle, Stage Manager - Sarah Wolf, Lighting Design - Mark Kieffer, Costume Design - Chelsea Wren Hanvy, Music Director - Ben Larson, Sound Design - Forest Godfrey, Fight Director - Adam Scarpello, Intimacy Coach - Emma VanVactor-Lee, Dialect Coach - Jim Ahrens, Production Manager - James Napoleon Stone
The show will run approximately 100 minutes with one intermission. Free street parking is available.
Runs 120 minutes
2303 Kennedy St NE #120 Minneapolis, Minnesota 55413
Pay What You Think Its Worth (see show for FREE, pay afterwards)
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Presented by Swandive Theatre
Ralph Wiley, chemist, father, accidental inventor, awakens on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to stand trial for “crimes against humanity”. The crime? The invention of polyvinylidene chloride, one of the earliest forms of plastic. The judge and jury? The Grand Tribunal of the Fifth Gyre, The Angel of Canopic Jars, The Roger Waters (yup THAT one), and The Gooney Revenant.
Are culpability and guilt the same? Can we stop ourselves from carving the mountains flat? Can we avoid the tipping point?
Don't miss this world premiere from the playwright and producers of An Outopia for Pigeons.
ALL tickets are Pay What You Think It Is Worth - reserve your ticket and see the show for FREE then pay whatever you want afterwards (cash, check, card).
TW: violence, strong language, flashing lights, loud sudden sounds.