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  • Oakeshott Institute

    1035 14th Ave. Southeast, Minneapolis Minneapolis, MN 55414

  • Off-Leash Area Garage

    3540 S. 34th Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55406

  • Old Gem Theater

    Old Gem Theater

    116 S. Knowles Ave. New Richmond, MN 54017

  • Old Log Theater

    Old Log Theater

    5175 Meadville St. Excelsior, MN 55331
    952-474-5951 Produces mostly British farce theater. More >>

  • Open Eye Figure Theatre

    506 E. 24th St. Minneapolis, MN 55405
    612-874-6338 Master puppeteer Michael Sommers and his partner Susan Haas operated Open Eye for years before they had their own theater, not even needing a set stage to showcase their work. The popular summer Driveway Tour, where Sommers and crew show up to peoples' houses to put on a show, continues to this day. Still, having a staging area for their work has increased Open Eye’s standing in town. While a good chunk of the work is aimed at children and all-ages audiences, there is also programming aimed at older audiences. In A Hole, Sommers took the audience down Alice’s rabbit hole via a multi-part piece that took place throughout Open Eye’s space, including a tea party in pack. There were few puppets in To The Moon, but the merging of The Honeymooners and Greek tragedy showcased the theater’s usual innovation. A fiercely loyal collaborator, Sommers brings in talented artists to bring their ideas to magnificent, and sometimes mad, life. Frequent collaborators include popular storyteller and writer Kevin Kling, whose artistic vision meshes well with Sommers own. Their summer shows are always a hot ticket. Open Eye is also a popular venue for other companies to use, with the like of Frank and the Loudmouth Collective using the unique space to fine effect. More >>

  • Orpheum Theatre

    Orpheum Theatre

    910 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403