TCG National Conference 2007 - Twin Cities Performances

The Twin Cities area is a veritable treasure trove of theatre! Read below to find out all that's going on during the conference. Buy your tickets in the Twin Cities or call now to reserve your place!

*Events in alphabetical order as of 5-23-07


AFTERMATH directed by Katie Kaufmann; created by the ensemble
June 8-17
Bedlam Theatre
1501 S 6th St. (On the West Bank), Minneapolis

Mischka Productions

Price: $12
Time: Thursdays-Sundays @ 7:00PM
When you’ve lost everything, you have nothing to lose. In this poignant tale of disaster and recovery, Mischka Productions explores the fantasy world created by survivors of a tsunami. They have no memory of their past lives or of the recent tragic events that brought them together. All they know now is each other and the fantasy world they have created; a world where anything is possible and life is a beautiful game.In this new world of spectacular and child-like imagination, their broken and desolate wasteland becomes a utopia. But what happens when memory and the nightmare of their past comes back to haunt them?

Boats on a River by Julie Marie Myatt
May 19 – June 10
Guthrie Theater 
818 South 2nd St., Minneapolis
Prices: $19-29

Times: Wed – Sat @ 7:30PM, Sun @ 7:00PM
Half price tickets available to TCG conference attendees June 6-9.  Call box office at 612-377-2224 or go to box office with the price code “HT” to receive this discount. (Not available online)
Set in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, this riveting drama portrays the struggles and aspirations of those who work to free children enslaved by sex traffickers. This compelling exploration of sexual abuse and
recovery is viewed through the eyes of Western aid workers who are called to challenge a criminal practice that caters to Western tourists as well as Cambodians.

Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley
April 7 - July 1
Commonweal Theatre Company
206 Parkway Avenue North, Lanesboro
Prices: $12 - $25
Times: Tu & Fri @ 8:00PM; Sun @ 2:00PM  (in June)
It is five years after Hurricane Camille and the MaGrath sisters are slightly out of sorts. Lenny is nursing Granddaddy, Meg is home from the sanitarium and Babe is out on bail. This Pulitzer winner takes a compassionate, if darkly humorous look at life's twists of fate.

Don Juan Giovanni inspired by Moliere & Mozart
February 23 – June 24
Theatre de la Jeune Lune
105 North First Street, Minneapolis
Price: $30
Times: June 5 @ 8PM, June 8 @ 8PM
A passionate event made of music and theatre, Don Juan Giovanni fuses the beauty of Mozart and the brilliance of Moliere. Actors and singers join together in a cross-country road trip that brilliantly skewers notions of love, sex, and hypocrisy.

Figaro inspired by Beaumarchais & Mozart 
April 6 – June 23
Theatre de la Jeune Lune
105 North First Street, Minneapolis
Price: $30
Times: June 6 @ 8PM, June 9 @ 8PM, June 10 @ 7PM

Jeune Lune's Figaro relives the day of insanity when Figaro's marriage was threatened by escalating intrigue, deception, and seduction.First presented in 2003, Jeune Lune's Figaro is a revolutionary experience made of the sublime music of Mozart and the daring comedy of Beaumarchais.

The Fula From America: An African Journey by Carlyle Brown

June 7, 8 & 9
The Playwrights’ Center
2301 East Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis
Price: $15
Times: Thu – Sat @ 7:30PM
Based on Carlyle Brown’s own travels in West Africa, TheFula From America is the story of one African-American’s search for an African identity. Set in 1981, the traveler sets off on a journey that takes him to Senegal, Mali, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea and Sierra Leone. From deep in the bush to the corridors of the African elite, he discovers friendship, generosity, poverty, wondrous beauty and civil war. As his adventures unfold, he finds himself on the boundary of the African-American hyphen where the question arises: how much of him is African and how much is American?

Get Ready by Jaye T. Stewart & Joe Plummer
June 7 – July 1
Penumbra Theatre Company 
270 North Kent Street, St. Paul
Prices: $15 - $30
Times: Tu-Thrs @ 7:30PM, Fri – Sat @ 8:00PM, Sun @ 2:00PM &
Once the smooth crooning kings of soul music, The Doves are now on the other side of the fence; more than a bit outdated, estranged from one another, and plagued by the cramps and impediments of old age. After years apart, they come together again when a producer suggests a reunion album and possible tour. They may be a bit rusty but they still have the magic, that wonderful combination of soulfulness and sweet sincerity that made the ladies swoon. Reunited for a shot at a last gasp tour, they realize that along with old music comes old conflicts. Told with humor and real tenderness, Get Ready is the story of legendary musicians stepping once again into the light.

Global Tapas presented by TCG
Friday, June 8 @ 9:00PM
The Children's Theatre Company
2400 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis (Transportation provided by TCG)

Tickets: Free!
Sample the latest plays from leading international playwrights whose work has been developed or produced by TCG member theaters, then stay for the late night event!

Happy Valley by Aurorae Khoo
Saturday June 9th
Mu Performing Arts 

Limited seating * Free transportation provided!

Price:  Free!
Time: 7PM
Happy Valley is about the turmoil surrounding the transfer of Hong Kong from British rule to control by Mainland China in 1997. The play focuses on one young girl and her uncle as they start out in denial about this historic change and end up struggling to deal with the reality of it all.

Little Shop of Horrors by Alan Menken & Howard Ashman

May 24 – June 24
Ten Thousand Things Theater
at The Open Book
1011 Washington Avenue South, Minneapolis
Price: $20
Times: Friday, June 9-11 @ 8PM
Ten Thousand Things takes a dark, bare bones look at the story of a flower shop that grows sorely misguided varieties of love. Also touring to local prisons, shelters and housing projects, this production is performed inside a circle of folding chairs in full fluorescent light, allowing audiences to sit just inches away fromsome of the Twin Cities best comic actors and singers. This Little Shop provides a hallmark TTT musical theater experience -- intimate, honest and spare --or as one audience member put it, "like mainlining theater." Even if you think you've seen this show before -- come see TTT's unique take!

Low by Rha Goddess
May 30 – June 16
Pillsbury House Theatre

3501 Chicago Avenue South, Minneapolis

Price: $18
Times: Wed-Sat @ 7:30PM
LOW, written and performed by Rha Goddess and directed by Chay Yew, is a one-woman multidisciplinary theatre piece that explores the mythology, stigma, fear and confusion surrounding mental illness. The title of the show refers both to its main character, Lowquesha,and to the way she feels. Low, a budding poet, grows from a bright, happy and creative young girl to a troubled teenager who quickly descends into homelessness, addiction and a frightening psychosis. Low's arduous journey gives voice to those who strive for dignity and self-possession even as the painful descent into madness takes over.

Major Barbara by George Bernard Shaw
May 5 – June 17
Guthrie Theater 
818 South 2nd St., Minneapolis

Prices: $22-52

Times: Tu – Sat @ 7:30PM, Sun @ 7:00PM
Half price tickets available to TCG conference attendees June 6-9.  Call box office at 612-377-2224 or go to box office with the price code “HT” to receive this discount. (Not available online)
Barbara Undershaft, a major in the Salvation Army, follows a path of moral dilemmas engineered by her estranged father, a successful munitions manufacturer. This sparkling comedy traverses the serious
subjects of religion, ethics and politics with the distinctive wit and wisdom of Ireland’s celebrated dramatist, George Bernard Shaw.

Minneapolis MOSAIC: Many Worlds. One Night.

Fifth Annual Arts and Cultural Festival

Tickets: Free!
Saturday, June 9, 6:00 - 10:00PM
For the fifth year, Minneapolis MOSAIC will celebrate the city’s diversity with more than 40 free arts and cultural performances and displays in downtown Minneapolis on June 9. The opening night, Many Worlds. One Night. invites the public to enjoy an arts-packed evening, featuring a variety of performances along Hennepin Avenue.  Each year MOSAIC commissions a lasting artistic work, which celebrates the diversity of the city and serves as a commemorative representation of the project. This year the commissioned work will feature theater,premiering at the June 9th celebration.

The Mystery of Irma Vep by Charles Ludlam
May 19 – Sept. 12
Commonweal Theatre Company

206 Parkway Avenue North, Lanesboro

Prices: $12 - $25
Times: Wed, Thrs & Sat @ 8:00PM (in June)

Amid a whirlwind of wig, costume, and personality changes, two actors play the inhabitants of Mandacrest Mansion - maids, mummies, werewolves and all. This hilarious spoof of gothic tales, mixing vaudeville,farce, melodrama and theatrical sleight-of-hand, will tickle audiences of all ages.

Seussical by Lynn Ahrens & Stephen Flaherty

April 24 – June 17
The Children’s Theatre Company
2400 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis

Price: $27.50 - $36.50

Times: Tu-Th @7:00PM, Fri-Sa @ 7:30PM, Sat @ 11:00AM & 2:00PM,
Sun @2:00PM & 5:00PM
Seussical s pure Seussimania! Follow the adventures of Horton, the elephant, as in Horton Hears a Who and Horton Hatches an Egg - of course! When chaos erupts in the Jungle of Nool, Horton and a host of your favorites, including the Cat in the Hat and Gertrude McFuzz, must bring harmony back to their world, a world where anything is possible.  Dr. Seuss' most beloved characters
come tumbling right out of the books and onto the stage in this joyful, smart musical romp through the heart of Seussdom.

June 7 & 8 @ 7:30PM

Jitters Café and Martini Bar
205 East Hennepin Ave (basement of The Times Bar)
Tickets: $12-20, pay what you want

Reservations are highly recommended.  Seating is limited. 
Each performance is different – so you can come twice!
Thirst Theater is a one-of-a-kind theatrical experience where some of the Twin Cities best professional playwrights and Equity actors collaborate to create five new, short plays in and around one of today's most concentrated sources of human drama: a bar. Thirst has produced more than 90 new plays about everything from red states and blue states to speed dating with Hitler to corporate greed to old fashioned heartache in styles that range from conventional to experimental, linear to nonlinear, musical to dance. Performances have included puppets, zombies,cowboys, cannibals, Hungarians, and much more. It's eavesdropping
made into art, written and performed in the daring, spontaneous, and fun spirit of a good evening out.


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