2024/2025 Season

The Stories You Want to See with the Artists You Love

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Welcome to our 2024/2025 Season of New Beginnings!

We have an exciting season of four outstanding contemporary American plays, including a world premiere murder mystery, a youth company holiday production for families, two Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award Winning Plays.

Advance MVP (Most Valued Patron) subscriptions are on sale now through July 25th only. Buy 3 or more shows and get 20% off all your tickets. Pick your own dates and preferred seats. If you need to change your date it's FREE as an MVP. Plus get 10% off Concessions, Education Programs and Live @ the Square Concerts.

Plus exclusive MVP events and receptions.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public July 30th

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Dear Friends,

I'm delighted to introduce myself as your new Artistic Director and to give you the first chance to purchase tickets for our 2024/25 season before they go on sale to the general public on July 30th.

We are introducing a new subscription series called our


As one of our "Most Valued Patrons" if you purchase tickets to 3 or more of our season shows before July 25th you get 20% off all your tickets. You can pick your dates and preferred seats. Plus you get MVP perks like 10% off all Live @ the Square concerts, education programs and concessions, free exchanges, plus special invitations to exclusive MVP events.

I hope you'll join us for our 49th season of "New Beginnings." I look forward to seeing you at the theatre.

Yours sincerely,

  • Stephen DiMenna
  • Artistic Director



by Jeffrey Hatcher and Steve Hendrickson / Directed by David Ira Goldstein

Starring Warren Bowles, Bob Davis, Becca Hart, Steve Hendrickson, Norah Long, David Andrew MacDonald, Olivia Osol, Daniel Petzold and Stacia Rice

A star-studded cast brings this world premiere mystery by nationally acclaimed Twin Cities playwright Jeff Hatcher and Steve Hendrickson to life. Sherlock Holmes never lost a case. Or did he? In this new mystery Holmes comes up against his most diabolical adversary in a tale of intrigue, international politics, wine and murder. And he’s stymied. Enter Hercule Poirot 25 years later to investigate a new crime that rhymes with the first.

Sponsored by The Mystery Writers Producers Club and John Harris

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By Barbara Robinson / Directed by Ellen Fenster

In this hilarious Holiday classic, a young parent struggling to put on a church Christmas pageant is faced with casting the Herdman kids – probably the most awful kids in history. You won't believe the mayhem – and the fun – when the Herdmans collide head-on with the story of Christmas! This delightful show is adapted from the bestselling Young Adult book.



by D. L. Coburn / Directed by Faye Price

Performing in The Andy Boss Thrust Stage

Featuring Twin Cities Favorites Greta Oglesby and Terry Hempleman

A man and woman meet unexpectedly in their retirement home and play repeated games of gin every week while slowly coming to grips with what is left of their lives in their twilight years in this touching and heartwarming comedy-drama.

"A deeply moving play" - The New York Times

Sponsored by Richard and Nancy Nicholson and Carol Schilling



by Stephen Adly Guirgis/ Directed by Stephen DiMenna

With James A. Williams, Laura Esping, Darius Dotch, Terry Hempleman, Isabella Dunsieth and Jose Sabillon

The story of Walter "Pops" Washington, an ex-cop and recent widower, who, with his recently paroled son Junior, struggle to hold onto one of the last rent-stabilized apartments on Riverside Drive in New York City. Suing the city for being shot while on duty by a fellow police officer, Walter tries to find justice within the system and in do so finds redemption and peace.

"A stunning achievement crackling with humor and shot through with surprises. A rare breed of theater." - Variety

Ticket Policies:

Refunds & Exchanges: All sales are final; we do not offer refunds on tickets. If you are unable to attend a production, notify the Box Office to exchange your tickets or request your order to be processed as a donation for tax-deductible donation receipt. Ticket exchanges are available for a $3 transfer fee. All exchanges must be made at least 24 hours in advance of purchased performance, and can only be transferred to a performance of the same title, pending availability. No exchanges for special events, presentations, or Live at the Square performances.

Changes & Cancellations: Performance titles, dates, and times are subject to change or cancellation.

This activity is 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