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  • Ballare Teatro Dance Theatre

    4259 Minnehaha Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55406

  • Bedlam Theatre

    Bedlam Theatre

    2637 27th Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55406
    612-341-1038 Losing its Cedar-Riverside location didn’t stop the Bedlam Theatre. The group, a part of the local theater community for 20 years, continued on as one of a number of itinerant companies in the area, while always searching for a new base of operations. They’ve found that in the Lowertown neighborhood in St. Paul, with a space that promises to offer the same eclectic mix of performance, food, drink, and conversation as the original location. Led by founders John Francis Bueche and Maren Ward, Bedlam offers wildly creative theatrical pieces and collaborations throughout the Twin Cities, earning plenty of accolades and awards along the way. In fact, while losing a lease could spell doom for many theater companies, Bedlam survived with the support of its many fans. That innovation and creativity can be found in regular works like the annual 10-minute play festival or being a part of the Northern Spark events. More >>

  • Hidden Theater

    2301 E. Franklin Av Minneapolis, MN 55406

    An ensemble based company that performs text that focuses on questioning our audience, ourselves, and our community. More >>

  • Off-Leash Area Garage

    3540 S. 34th Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55406

  • Swandive Theatre Headquarters

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

  • Tara Innmon Garage

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

  • 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 >>

  • TRYLON Screening Room

    2820 E. 33rd St. Minneapolis, MN 55406

  • Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theater And School

    3012 Minnehaha Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55406