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20 W. 7th Pl. St. Paul, MN 55102 | St. Paul (Downtown) | 651-291-7005
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    This insightful comedy from Canadian playwright Michele Riml, receiving its area premiere courtesy of Park Square Theatre, humorously depicts the fumbling efforts of a long-married couple to...
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    Mu Performing Arts returns to the world of composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim with A Little Night Music. The last time the company tackled a work by Sondheim, they ended up with their...
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    All the pieces are there for Park Square's latest production, Behind the Eye, to be a success: a talented local playwright, an excellent director, a strong cast, a nicely realized design. As...
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Park Square Theatre seeks to enrich our community by producing and presenting exceptional live theatre that touches the heart, engages the mind, and delights the spirit.

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