Current and Upcoming Shows

Current and Upcoming Shows

Single tickets and subscriptions are now available for all productions in the 2021-2022 Harris Family Theatre Season!

Theatre of the Macabre


OCT 29–30, 2021 | Two nights only!
Boss Stage
Directed by and featuring Craig Johnson
Original Concept by Kim Vasquez

A misty, murky night of storytelling and readers theatre

A theatrical experience for the time when spirits walk gleefully among us, you are invited to immerse yourself in classic tales of hauntings and horror including ghost stories, songs, classic literary scenes, and storytelling from Edgar Allen Poe to William Shakespeare.

The Empathy Project

Park Square presents the Full Circle Theater Company production of


NOV 12–21, 2021
Boss Stage
By Stephanie Lein Walseth
Directed by Claribel Gross

The World Premiere of an interview-based play about Minnesotans

A new play exploring empathy across geographic, political, and racial divides based on interviews with rural and urban Minnesotans — people like your neighbors, your friends, or even yourself. Investigate the power and limits of empathy in a deeply fractured world.

Shaamya-Of Equality

Park Square presents the Katha Dance Theatre production of


NOV 19–21, 2021
Proscenium Stage
Choreography by Rita Mustaphi | Featuring Katha Dance Theatre, J.D. Steele and Ifrah Mansour

Multicultural Dance Presentation – World Premiere

Inspired by the poetry of writer/activist Kazi Nazrul Islam (1899-1976), Of Equality uses a mixture of Kathak dance, music, and spoken word poetry to juxtapose past and present fights for racial and cultural equity.

Marie and Rosetta


JAN 19 – FEB 13, 2022
Proscenium Stage
By George Brant
Music by Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Marie Knight
Directed by Wendy Knox
Music Direction by Gary D. Hines

Joy and power from the godmother of rock-and-roll

Back by popular demand! 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.

Songs like “I Looked Down the Line” drive home the sorrow of living in the Jim Crow South, while “Didn’t It Rain” and “I Want a Tall Skinny Papa” will have you dancing in your seat.

Romeo and Juliet


APR 2–3, 2022
Boss Stage
By William Shakespeare
Adapted and directed by David Mann

A youthful telling of Shakespeare’s greatest love story

The most renowned star-crossed lovers in history remind us that when you are in love, nothing else matters — not even life itself. Romeo and Juliet’s young love puts them at odds with an ancient family feud. Despite duels and disaster, one boy and one girl believe they can and must be together. A tragic whirlwind of catastrophes and secrets comes to life in this passionate, youthful rendition of Shakespeare’s greatest love story. Love can still conquer all.

Park Square presents the Full Circle Theater Company production of


APR 20 – MAY 1, 2022
Proscenium Stage
By Augusto Federico Amador
Directed by Lara Trujillo

A play of magical realism and profound reconciliation

Set in the landscape of Chile’s Atacama desert, this play takes you on a metaphoric quest beginning with the meeting of two strangers searching for the remains of children killed by the Pinochet regime. Chile’s history becomes an examination of the opposing choices, views, and actions that tear families and countries apart; and explores the transformative possibilities that can lead from transgression to redemption.


MAY 11 – JUN 5, 2022
Proscenium Stage
By Chelsea Marcantel
Directed by Angela Timberman

Finding your family and your inner rock star

Where do five oddball rock fanatics go to express their inner shred genius? Dingy bars and cramped stages all across the nation vying for a place at the National Air Guitar Championship. Following them on their quest to achieve ‘airness’ on the long road to qualification, this righteous and smile-inducing comedy shows how community is forged in unexpected places.

Holmes and Watson


JUL 12 – AUG 21, 2022
Proscenium Stage
By Jeffrey Hatcher
Directed by Michael Evan Haney

An edge-of-your-seat mystery

Sherlock Holmes is dead, or is he? Dr. Watson receives a telegram from a mental asylum: three patients are claiming to be Sherlock Holmes. Did the world’s greatest sleuth fake his own death? Who’s the real detective and who are the imposters? Tight, clever, and full of suspense, this is Jeffrey Hatcher (Sherlock Holmes and the Ice Palace Murders; Mr. Holmes; The Good Liar) at his best.

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.

Also On Stage

The Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society


Monthly Mondays starting October 25, 2021

Presented by Ghoulish Delights and Park Square Theatre
In-person or Streaming

The best of the golden age of radio, performed in the style of an old-time radio broadcast, including original announcements, commercials and sound effects!

For Returning Subscribers

Subscribers from previous seasons with tickets to any productions in the 2021-2022 season have received a letter with your rescheduled dates. Tickets to plays that have yet to be rescheduled have been exchanged into credit that may be used for the current season or to purchase new subscriptions when the 2022-2023 season in announced.

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As we resume indoor performances this fall, Park Square is working to keep artists, audiences, staff and guests safe. Learn about our policies, including mask and vaccination requirements, at COVID-19 Heath and Safety Information.

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