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Special Events

Park Square Theatre occasionally plays host to special events sponsored by other organizations.

Ticket links and contact information are listed with each event.

The American Brain Foundation presents:

Standing Strong:
An Evening to Benefit Brain Disease Research

Special Performance of Dot

PARK SQUARE THEATRE LOWER LEVEL LOBBY AND PROSCENIUM STAGE

Tuesday, December 12, 2017 | 5:30 – 7:30pm

Standing Strong: An Evening to Benefit Brain Disease Research

Standing Strong is an evening to benefit brain disease research. This annual event began in 2013 with the support of Ben Utecht, Super Bowl Champion, and a member of the American Brain Foundation Board of Directors, to highlight the Twin Cities being the headquarters of the American Brain Foundation, founded by the American Academy of Neurology.

2017 will feature the highly acclaimed play, DOT, which adds an element of humor to the devastation of Alzheimer’s. The evening will also include comments by Dan Gasby, adding his personal experience of watching his wife, B. Smith, suffer from this disease.


Dot at Park Square Theatre, Saint Paul, MNHot off its hit New York run comes Dot, an uproariously funny new play from playwright/actor Colman Domingo (Wild With Happy/star of The Scottsboro Boys and Selma). Dotty and her three adult children are home for the holidays in West Philly, but this year there is more than presents and yuletide on their mind. While Dotty fights to maintain a grasp on her memory, brother and sisters collide in a riotous mid-life family brawl where losing your mind and losing your sanity are two different things.

For more information:
American Brain Foundation

Event Schedule

5:30 – 6:45pm
Reception and Silent Auction: Hors d’oeuvres & Beverages in Park Square Theatre’s Lower Level

7:00 – 9:30pm
Introduction by Dan Gasby and Play

With over five million Americans currently suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and the expectations of this number to rapidly increase as our population ages, research has never been more critical.

Support of the American Brain Foundation brings together the top minds and researchers of the American Academy of Neurology and helps to fund critical research to help us all outsmart brain disease.

Sponsorship: Various levels of sponsorship are available to businesses and individuals who wish to support this critical need. Look here to find out more about how to become a sponsor.

For questions, please contact events@americanbrainfoundation.org or call (866) 770-7570.

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