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Theater

Thursday, September 29

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

Songs for a New World

Presented by Minneapolis Musical Theatre

Before celebrated musical theater composer Jason Robert Brown wrote The Last Five Years and The Bridges of Madison County, he wrote Songs for a New World. The sung-through show is written as a “song cycle,” with the four actors playing multiple roles throughout the musical. But the songs are all connected by a “moment of decision” as each character is faced with a potentially life-changing event and the consequences, good or bad, that follow.

Theater / Music

Friday, September 30

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

Songs for a New World

Presented by Minneapolis Musical Theatre

Before celebrated musical theater composer Jason Robert Brown wrote The Last Five Years and The Bridges of Madison County, he wrote Songs for a New World. The sung-through show is written as a “song cycle,” with the four actors playing multiple roles throughout the musical. But the songs are all connected by a “moment of decision” as each character is faced with a potentially life-changing event and the consequences, good or bad, that follow.

Theater / Music

Saturday, October 1

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

Songs for a New World

Presented by Minneapolis Musical Theatre

Before celebrated musical theater composer Jason Robert Brown wrote The Last Five Years and The Bridges of Madison County, he wrote Songs for a New World. The sung-through show is written as a “song cycle,” with the four actors playing multiple roles throughout the musical. But the songs are all connected by a “moment of decision” as each character is faced with a potentially life-changing event and the consequences, good or bad, that follow.

Theater / Music
10:00 pm / Doors open at 9:30 pm

Modern Vaudeville

Performed by Miss Shannan Paul, Chimgee Haltarhuu, Terramara and David Harris

Midwest Emmy Award Winning comedian/magician and local Minneapolis favorite David Harris will present some of the Twin Cities’ élite live performers together on one stage.  With a nod to live variety shows of the early 20th century, each Modern Vaudeville show features a different lineup of the best comedians, magicians, dancers, musicians and other novelty acts in the region today through a current variety and talk show style format. Other fun surprises will ensue.

Performance

Sunday, October 2

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

Manners and Misconduct – improvised Jane Austen

Presented by Katie Adducci, Maria Bartholdi, Sophie Brossard, Breanna Cecile, Sami Haeli, Deborah Holloway, Maggie Sotos, Emily Townswick, Amanda Underwood, Becky Wilkinson Hauser, Meghan Wolff, and Hannah Wydeven
Directed by Maggie Sotos and Meghan Wolff

Manners and Misconduct is an all-female improv group based in Minneapolis MN, creating full-length improvised stories based on the works of Jane Austen.

Theater / Performance

Monday, October 3

7:00 pm / Doors open at 7:00 pm

The Theater of Public Policy

Presented by Danger Boat Productions

Policy, politics and improv comedy. The Theater of Public Policy is “what would happen if C-SPAN were suddenly swarmed by the cast of SNL.” Each show features an interview with an expert guest or newsmaker. Then the show’s cast of improvisers brings everything they said to life through entirely unscripted comedy. It’s an improv show for the NPR listener in all of us.

Theater / Performance

Tuesday, October 4

8:00 pm / Doors open at 7:00 pm

The TACT* Force (*Talking About Complicated Topics)

Made by Paige Collette, Billy Keefe, Billy Luetzen and Chantal Pavageaux

"When we avoid difficult conversations we trade short term discomfort for long term dysfunction." 

 

Performance artists Paige Collette, Billy Keefe, Billy Luetzen and Chantal Pavageaux bring together scenes, stand-up, songs and sparkle for the most fun you'll ever have talking about things no one wants to talk about. 

The TACT Force: preventing dysfunction by making you uncomfortable. 

Performance

Wednesday, October 5

8:00 pm / Doors open at 7:00 pm

The TACT* Force (*Talking About Complicated Topics)

Made by Paige Collette, Billy Keefe, Billy Luetzen and Chantal Pavageaux

"When we avoid difficult conversations we trade short term discomfort for long term dysfunction." 

 

Performance artists Paige Collette, Billy Keefe, Billy Luetzen and Chantal Pavageaux bring together scenes, stand-up, songs and sparkle for the most fun you'll ever have talking about things no one wants to talk about. 

The TACT Force: preventing dysfunction by making you uncomfortable. 

Performance

Thursday, October 6

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

Songs for a New World

Presented by Minneapolis Musical Theatre

Before celebrated musical theater composer Jason Robert Brown wrote The Last Five Years and The Bridges of Madison County, he wrote Songs for a New World. The sung-through show is written as a “song cycle,” with the four actors playing multiple roles throughout the musical. But the songs are all connected by a “moment of decision” as each character is faced with a potentially life-changing event and the consequences, good or bad, that follow.

Theater / Music
10:00 pm / Doors open at 9:30 pm

Young and Bold

Curated by Mo Bluntz

Young and Bold combines a fresh, emerging solo artist with an experienced regional artist.  This month features Tufawon and Dream Crusher.

Music

Friday, October 7

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

Songs for a New World

Presented by Minneapolis Musical Theatre

Before celebrated musical theater composer Jason Robert Brown wrote The Last Five Years and The Bridges of Madison County, he wrote Songs for a New World. The sung-through show is written as a “song cycle,” with the four actors playing multiple roles throughout the musical. But the songs are all connected by a “moment of decision” as each character is faced with a potentially life-changing event and the consequences, good or bad, that follow.

Theater / Music
10:00 pm / Doors open at 9:30 pm

Barbara Gordon’s LIP SERVICE Drag Cabaret

BG's LIPSERVICE Drag Cabaret has shown in St Paul for 14 years. We are a team of queens and kings that have brought 150 different production acts to the stage. We're bringing some of our favorite group acts to Minneapolis for the first time. We're pageant winners, but we don't take ourselves seriously. We're serious you'll have fun.

Theater / Performance

Saturday, October 8

10:00 am / Doors open at 9:45 am

Kids Class! with Miss Torrie

Taught by Torrie Rinehart

This is not your typical tutu and bun dance class, this is an environment for all kids to get their boogie on to awesome music! Our class features original curriculum designed with fun and imagination in mind, packed full of real dance technique and music skills. Kids Class! is an accessible and captivating way to start kids on their journey into the arts!

Dance / Kids
7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

Songs for a New World

Presented by Minneapolis Musical Theatre

Before celebrated musical theater composer Jason Robert Brown wrote The Last Five Years and The Bridges of Madison County, he wrote Songs for a New World. The sung-through show is written as a “song cycle,” with the four actors playing multiple roles throughout the musical. But the songs are all connected by a “moment of decision” as each character is faced with a potentially life-changing event and the consequences, good or bad, that follow.

Theater / Music

Sunday, October 9

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

Manners and Misconduct – improvised Jane Austen

Presented by Katie Adducci, Maria Bartholdi, Sophie Brossard, Breanna Cecile, Sami Haeli, Deborah Holloway, Maggie Sotos, Emily Townswick, Amanda Underwood, Becky Wilkinson Hauser, Meghan Wolff, and Hannah Wydeven
Directed by Maggie Sotos and Meghan Wolff

Manners and Misconduct is an all-female improv group based in Minneapolis MN, creating full-length improvised stories based on the works of Jane Austen.

Theater / Performance