Red Eye Theater

15 W. 14th St.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
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Red Eye Theater

Red Eye Theater

Red Eye Theater is an innovative and experimental theater found in the Loring Park neighborhood. Showcasing small theater groups, this venue is the place to go to experience local cutting-edge talent. During the theater’s “New Work Weeks,” Saturday night performances include artist meet-and-greets with drinks and snacks post-show. Performances take place Thursday through Sunday, with tickets ranging from $8 to $15. And parking is a bear in this neighborhood, so wear comfortable shoes -- you might be walking a few blocks.

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