Tickets: 651.291.7005

2018 – 2019 Season

  • Current Subscribers have priority in ordering through March. Seating of new subscriptions will begin in April.
  • Season Packages range in size from all nine plays in the season to a choose-your-own series of three or more. Subscription package prices begin at $75.
  • Single Tickets will go on sale this summer.

To order, call the ticket office at 651.291.7005

Ticket Office Hours: Tuesday-Saturday* 12:00-5:00pm
*Open Saturdays on performance days only

Park Square Presents

Sept 14 – Oct 14, 2018
By Shanan Custer and Carolyn Pool
Andy Boss Thrust Stage

The 2 Sugars, Room for Cream team continue their comedic conversations about life, during that “little sliver of time in a woman’s life when you can either get pregnant or break a hip.” And when there’s wine, the stories flow – from celebration and joy to nostalgia and regret (and sometimes questionable text messages). Laugh along as you bond over life’s funny circumstances.

Park Square Presents

Sept 21 – Oct 28, 2018
By Mat Smart
Directed by Signe V. Harriday
Historical Drama / Regional Premiere
Proscenium Stage

Susan B. Anthony, a famed Suffragette, and Frederick Douglass, a former slave who became a renowned civil rights leader, were friends and allies–and sometimes, adversaries. This is the story of their enduring and tempestuous 45-year friendship, through the Civil War to changing the constitution. They agitated the nation, they agitated each other and today, they challenge and inspire us.

Park Square Presents

Nov 23 – Dec 30, 2018
By George Brant; Directed by Wendy Knox
Drama with Music / Regional Premiere
Proscenium Stage

Bringing fierce guitar playing and swing to gospel music, Sister Rosetta Tharpe influenced rock musicians from Elvis to Jimi Hendrix and Ray Charles. The story begins in a funeral parlor in Mississippi, as Rosetta and her young protégé, Marie Knight, prepare for a tour that will establish them as a great musical duo. Hear renditions of spirituals like “Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?” and “Sit Down,” to distinctly non-religious songs like “I Want a Tall Skinny Papa.”

Park Square Presents
a Theatre Coup d’Etat Production

Feb 1 – Mar 3, 2019
By Sophocles
Adapted and Directed by Meagan Kedrowski
Andy Boss Thrust Stage

The story begins with a motionless tableau, the actors frozen in mid-action, their faces conjuring an ancient frieze. At the snap of fingers, the spell is broken and the statues spring to life. And so, this classic story of civil disobedience unfolds. Theatre Coup d’Etat’s thoughtful approach juxtaposes the rituals of fate and sacrifice against the wounded family dynamic at the heart of this play. The results are powerful.” (Star Tribune)

Park Square Presents Theatre in Residence Girl Friday Productions

Feb 7 – Mar 3, 2019
By Thornton Wilder
Directed and Designed by Joel Sass
American Classic Comedy
Proscenium Stage

Winner of the 1943 Pulitzer Prize, this theatrical masterpiece is an optimistic tribute to the invincibility of the human spirit. Meet the Antrobus family of contemporary and prehistoric New Jersey. Ice, floods, war, family strife, political conventions … the Antrobus family has survived through eons of calamity with their hope intact. Girl Friday Productions brings its signature large ensemble cast to this comedy of epic proportions. Did we mention the dinosaur and mammoth?

Park Square Presents Theatre in Residence PRIME Productions a play to be announced

Apr 19 – May 19, 2019
Andy Boss Thrust Stage

PRIME Productions explores, illuminates and supports women over fifty and we can’t wait to partner with them! Until New York calls with the license, we can’t reveal the title of our first venture. We do have two wry, surprisingly heartfelt scripts in mind. Our first choice is shades of Thelma and Louise meets Breaking Bad. The close contender is a little Away From Her with a dash of Her.

Park Square Presents
Theatre in Residence Flying Foot Forum

May 31 – Jun 23, 2019
Created and Directed by Joe Chvala
Music by Chan Poling
Drama / Music / Dance
Proscenium Stage

Photographer Peter Adamson finds himself on a journey with his translator Faruk to save Faruk’s wife during the Bosnian war in the 1990s. Friendship, love and painfully beautiful moments come to life with full-ensemble street dance and driving songs by Chan Poling (Glensheen, The Suburbs). “This is theater that grabs you by the shoulders and shakes you in your seat.” (How Was the Show) A Flying Foot Forum production.

Park Square

Jun 14 – Jul 28, 2019
Book, Music and Lyrics by Keith Hovis
Directed by Laura Leffler
Musical / World Premiere
Andy Boss Thrust Stage

Described as Avenue Q meets The Book of Mormon with a little bit of Heathers mixed in, this newly created musical satire reflects the quirks of small town life. In 1997, a contestant died onstage and permanently ended the popular Jefferson Township Sparkling Junior Talent Pageant. Twenty years later, Frannie Foster Wallace still blames all her failures in life on losing out on the chance to become Jefferson’s Sparkling Junior Champion. Until now. Let the rematch begin!

Park Square

July 12 – Aug 25, 2019
By Agatha Christie
Mystery / Twin Cities Premiere
Proscenium Stage

Three one-act murder mysteries by the most-read mystery writer of all time – Dame Agatha Christie: In The Wasp’s Nest, Hercule Poirot comes between a bitter triangle of lovers to prevent a sinister murder; in The Rats, adulterous lovers find themselves lured to a flat, only to be trapped like rats and framed for murder; and completing the triple bill is a tense thriller about a woman who is hospitalized after seemingly falling from her balcony in The Patient.

All shows, dates, access services, artists and prices subject to change.

msab-multi-logos These activities are made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund, and a grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation Minnesota.

Media Sponsor:




Theatre News for you!

Sign up to get the latest Park Square news