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  • Stepping Stone Theater

    55 Victoria St. N. St Paul, MN 55104

  • SteppingStone Theatre

    55 Victoria St. N. St. Paul, MN 55104

  • Steve and Cathy Chavez's Garage

    1587 Skyline Path, Eagan Eagan, MN 55121

  • Steve and Jan Campbell's Garage

    3612 23rd Ave. NE Minneapolis, MN 55418

  • Stevens Square Community Organization

    110 E. 18th St. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-871-7307 Each Wednesday in June and July. This years theme for the summer movie series is Everyman, Everywoman, Everyday and will include movie titles such as Meet John Doe by Dir. Frank Capra, Parallax View, Viva Zapata, So Proudly We Hail and a Godzilla movie (stretches the theme a bit, but they just had to show one.) More >>

  • Stoll Thrust Theatre

    330 21st Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55455

  • Studio 67

    1523 Hewitt Ave. St. Paul, MN 55104

  • Swandive Theatre Headquarters

    2313 E. 35th St., Minneapolis Minneapolis, MN 55406

  • Tara Innmon Garage

    2016 27th Ave. S., Minneapolis Minneapolis, MN 55406

  • Teatro Del Pueblo

    209 Page St. W. St Paul, MN 55107-3457

  • Teatro Latino De Minnesota

    209 W. Page St. St Paul, MN 55107

  • Ten Thousand Things

    3153 36th Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55406
    612-203-9502 The play’s the thing at this lauded company. Ten Thousand Things perform without stage lights and with minimal (though well chosen) props and settings in a myriad of non-traditional locations around Minnesota, a fact that hones the focus onto the actors and the script. For founder and primary director Michelle Hensley, that approach means the shows – even difficult ones – are instantly accessible to any audience, even to the non-traditional audiences Ten Thousand Things plays to with each production. Touring prisons, homeless shelters, community centers, and other venues, the company reaches out to people who may have never seen a live play before. But that doesn’t mean the action is dumbed down at all. These audiences are savvy and know when the actors aren’t being “true.” For everyday theatergoers, that means the public performances – usually four weekends of any given show at Open Book or the Minnesota Opera Center – are often some of the best each year in the Twin Cities. Hensley’s brilliant approach to Shakespeare – in the likes of Othello and Measure for Measure – proves that even the sticky language of the Bard can work for anyone, while the company’s deconstructed musicals have breathed life into the likes of My Fair Lady and Man of La Mancha. The company has earned numerous plaudits for their work and Hensley’s approach has been noticed in places like New York. More >>

  • Theatre Forever

    2204 Minnehaha Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55404

  • Theater Latte Da

    1614 Harmon Place Lakeland, MN 55043

  • Theater Latte Da

    1170 15th Ave. SE Minneapolis, MN 55414
    612-339-3003 Peter Rothstein loves musicals, and that comes through in every production at Theatre Latte Da. Over the years, Latte Da has built a strong reputation by bringing new or unfamiliar works to the stage and by finding fresh life in work you didn’t think had any beyond commercial success. Their successes can be absolutely spectacular. In 2012, Latte Da collaborated with the University of Minnesota for Spring Awakening, one of the most stunning, invigorating productions in recent memory in the Twin Cities. Latte Da also develops new work and the fruit of one of their collaborations has become a holiday staple. All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914, created with vocalist group Cantus, plays to sellout audiences each Christmas season and is broadcast in public radio. The productions sometimes force you to reassess your earlier notions. In its original incarnation, The Full Monty was a glitzy and pleasing piece that was 100 percent Broadway. At Latte Da, it found some of the original grit and heart of the film, making for a much more compelling and engaging show. They’ve tackled Evita and Aida in recent years. With the latter, they began a relationship with the Hennepin Theater Trust, building a fresh audience for Latte Da’s signature style. More >>

  • Theater Mu

    355 Wabasha St N St Paul, MN 55102

  • Theater Zoe

    729 4th St. SE Minneapolis, MN 55414

  • The Theatre at the Woman's Club of Minneapolis

    407 W. 15th St. Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-813-5300 For more than a century, the Woman’s Club of Minneapolis has offered a social venue and meeting place for folks -- both women and men -- looking for a bit of retreat within the city. For most of those years, the club has been located in a gorgeous building across from Loring Park -- a Historic Treasure, in fact, according to the city of Minneapolis. It’s a facility often used by non-club members as well, including for weddings and performances in its spacious, almost cavernous, performing hall. From the Minnesota Fringe Festival to concerts by Ben Gibbard and Laura Marling, plenty of performers have taken advantage of the theater space, while the club itself also offers regularly scheduled talks, lectures, and discussions for club members about a variety of topics. More >>

  • Theatre In the Round

    245 Cedar Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55454-1054

  • Tjornhom-nelson Theater

    22nd Ave. And Riverside Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55454

  • Troupe America

    528 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403

  • TRYLON Screening Room

    2820 E. 33rd St. Minneapolis, MN 55406

  • Unicorn Theatre

    733 Pierce Butler Route St Paul, MN 55104

  • University of Minnesota St. Paul Student Center Theater

    2017 Buford Ave. St. Paul, MN 55108

  • University Theatre

    330 21st Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55454

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