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The Hennepin Theatre Trust continues to operate, preserve and program these historic theatres. As the long term owner, operator and principal programmer of these amazing venues, the Trust is positioned to create a bright future for them, presenting a broad array of live entertainment that enriches our community. We have hired Historic Theatre Group, LLC to oversee the daily operation of our theatres. We also work with a variety of outside organizations, including a relationship with Broadway Across America, to assist us in securing the very best in touring Broadway engagements. The Trust has brought current works to our stages through valuable local partnerships with The Jungle Theater, The Loft Literary Center, Theatre Lattè Da and Cantus, the History Theatre, Actors Theater, Chanhassen Dinner Theaters, the Guthrie Theater and National Geographic. The Trust will continue to foster a broad range of partnerships to ensure a diverse mix of programming for our patrons.

To learn more about the Broadway on Hennepin 2018-2019 season, click here for more information.


For over 30 years, the Ordway has been telling stories that exemplify the human experience. Our stage has been a dramatic canvas for artists to create worlds of love and loss, hope and despair, war and peace, victory and defeat. Audiences have been transported to exotic locations, met iconic characters, and embarked on exhilarating adventures.

The Ordway believes that the arts belong to us all. Art is not precious or exclusive. It is not defined by objective views or by the status quo. It has the power to bring communities together and challenges us to view the world in new ways.

From self-produced musical productions that give talented local artists their time in the spotlight, to a World Music & Dance series that celebrates diverse cultural traditions from around the world, the Ordway is committed to uniting the Twin Cities through artistic expression.

Want to learn more about their current season? Click here for more info!

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Park Square opened in 1975 in an 80-seat walk-up in the Park Square Court building. With our move to the Historic Hamm Building in 1994, we began our strong relationship with Actors’ Equity Association (the union of professional actors and stage managers) and embraced a leading role as a producer of contemporary plays.

Park Square Theatre gathers diverse artists and audiences in a brave space to share and celebrate our humanity through the risky act of theatre. We are passionate about building greater equity, diversity and inclusion from the board to the box office. We want you to find your story — and those of every Minnesota community — on our two stages. Park Square Theatre seeks to enrich you – and our community – by producing and presenting exceptional live theatre that touches the heart, engages the mind, and delights the spirit.

Want to learn more about their current season? Click here for more info!

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In pursuit of artistic excellence, we engage our region’s most talented artists in work that welcomes and develops audiences and opens hearts and minds.

From its modest beginnings in the mid-1950s, our theater program now engages the best directors, choreographers, designers, and other theater artists in the region. Artistry produces seven productions per season, including dramas and comedies in the intimate Black Box Theater and large musicals with a critically-acclaimed pit orchestra in the 366-seat Schneider Theater. Our productions draw a combined audience of 35,000+ from across the Twin Cities metro.

Want to learn more about their current season? Click here for more info!