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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 Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra Presents:

Target Free Family Music

Start the Music: Percussion Party


Saturday, November 19 | 9:15am activities, 10:00am concert

Saturday, November 19 | 10:30am activities, 11:15am concert

Start the Music! is a musical exploration geared for children ages 3–6 and their families. Music lovers of all ages are welcome to join us for crafts, activities and games, followed by the SPCO’s rhythmic accompaniment to an uplifting children’s story in a 30-minute concert.

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The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra Presents:

Target Free Family Music

Xplorchestra: String Shindig


Saturday, April 15 | 9:30am
Saturday, April 15 | 11:00am

Discover and participate in the captivating world of classical music through this performance geared for families with children ages 5–9. Featuring an SPCO ensemble, this is a 50-minute musical journey that everyone is sure to enjoy.

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Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theatre presents:



Saturday, November 5 | 7:30PM

Sunday, November 6 | 2:30PM

Zorongo Flamenco Theatre presents Los Caprichos at Park Square Theatre, November 5 & 6, 2016

Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theatre presents LOS CAPRICHOS, inspired by Spanish artist Francisco Goya and his satirical prints, including “The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters.”

The StarTribune has called the piece an “image-heavy dance — with rhythmic flamenco punctuated by moments of stillness and creeping, sinister movements.” In other words, a performance that evokes the mysteries of Halloween and the drama of the Election season that the first weekend in November will bring.

LOS CAPRICHOS features Zorongo Artistic Director Susana di Palma, original music by guitarist/composer Ben Abrahamson,  Zorongo dancers Deborah Elias,Colette Illarde & Andrea J Frenzel, tap/percussion dancers Jeremy Bensussan & Tyrone Russell, and a cast of local Zorongo dancers.The show features live music, a talented ensemble and breathtaking choreography.

$25 General Admission
$20 for students and seniors

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Zorongo Dress Rehearsal

The mission of Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theatre and School is to enrich our community by drawing people close to the beauty and energy of the flamenco tradition and, by expanding on that tradition, create an innovative art form that explores the issues of contemporary life.

Susana di Palma founded Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theatre in 1982. One of the few American Spanish dance companies that present both traditional flamenco programs as well as original theater flamenco works; the company is comprised of an ensemble of international artists, dancers and musicians who are renowned for bringing the power, passion and virtuosity of the art of flamenco to American audiences.

Africa Classroom Connection Special Benefit Performance of

A Raisin in the Sun

Saturday, November 5, 2:00PM
Doors open at 1:00PM for African Marketplace

A Raisin in the Sun

 on the Andy Boss Thrust Stage

This fiercely moving portrait of a family living and struggling on Chicago’s South Side in the 1950s was the first play written by an African-American woman to be produced on Broadway. The Washington Post hails it as “one of a handful of great American plays — it belongs in the inner circle, along with Death of a Salesman, Long Day’s Journey Into Night and The Glass Menagerie.”

Please join us for this special performance to benefit Africa Classroom Connection’s classroom building projects in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.


• African Marketplace with handcrafted items starting at 1:00PM

• Brief Live Auction and South African wine & cheese reception following the performance

• 100% of proceeds benefit ACC’s projects

To order by phone
call 651.291.7005

For groups of 10 or more,
please contact Linda Twiss at 651.767.8485 or

Africa Classroom Connection holds a vision that every child in KwaZulu Natal has the opportunity for an excellent education. Our mission is providing resources to help build and improve schools in KwaZulu Natal. We work to get buildings built, help kids stay in school, and facilitate cultural exchanges/overseas travel.

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