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Everyday Arts Hero: Julie Ann Nevill

While theatres across the country and the globe are closed due to COVID-19, Park Square is taking an opportunity to share the stories of some of the hardworking and brilliant people who make the art possible. Come along with us to celebrate #EverydayArtsHeroes.

Julie Ann Nevill
Actor playing Mrs Van Dann in The Diary of Anne Frank

Photo of smiling woman- Julie Ann Nevill. She is white with brown eyes and curly strawberry-blonde hair.

2020 marks the 20th year that I have been involved with the production of The Diary of Anne Frank at Park Square. I first joined the show in 2000, and at that time I was playing Miep and was the understudy for Mrs. Van Daan. I played Miep for 1 ½ years, and then moved into the role of Mrs. Van Daan. I have also acted in Ten Little Indians, Lady Windermere’s Fan, Melville Slept Here, and Dracula at Park Square Theatre.

There have been so many funny, crazy, strange things that have happened through the years and many different shows I’ve been a part of. One of the funniest during The Diary of Anne Frank was during a year when the Van Daan’s mattress was actually an air mattress. It had deflated a little throughout the week, so when I was laying on it, Mr. Van Daan sat down and the shift in the air sort of launched me off of the bed. No one really saw it but us, but we found it very funny…we still giggle about it.

The rehearsal process enables we actors to find ways to differentiate between our characters and the Frank family characters. In the script, the Van Daan’s come from a background of money, material things, and the like. Through the many years, we have had a chance to come at the characters from a variety of different angles. Sometimes we focus more on the conflict between people, sometimes we look for more chances to show the love between them. Then we can mesh those ideas together to see what comes of that. Every new thing we try creates a new, fresh experience for us, and the audience.

The best thing about working on The Diary of Anne Frank is having the privilege of keeping this important story out in the forefront. Even today, in our very own country, anti-Semitism is on the rise. False statements about Jewish people, and anti-Semitic tropes are being thrown about by even our leaders in government. White Supremacy groups have been emboldened, and have increased their public presence and their hateful actions. This is a dangerous path that must not be followed, and people need to be made aware of it. Those who forget their history are doomed to repeat it. This is why it is so important to continue this show. And, there are so many messages that apply to our lives.

Scene from The Diary of Anne Frank with the family cathered for the first night of Hanukkah. There is a menorah on the table and they are exchanging gifts.

Scene from 2018 production of THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK. From left: Julie Ann Nevill, Sulia Altenberg, Leslie Vincent, Michael Paul Levin, Laurie Flanigan Hegge. PC: Petronella J Ytsma.

Often students will ask “what are WE supposed to take away from this? What are WE supposed to do?” I ask them to reflect – how many times do you see fellow students being bullied and singled out because they are different; a different religion, a person of color, an immigrant, a different sexual orientation? In those times, I hope that the story of Anne Frank gives you the courage of people like Miep and Mr. Kraler; the courage to stand up and say “No”. I hope this gives you the courage to step in and say, “This isn’t right. This needs to stop.” Young people are the future. Young people have a voice in how the world can change for the better. You can BE the change you want to see in the world.

More and more I cling to Anne’s words, “In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart”.

COVID-19 Information — FOR EDUCATORS

To our invaluable educators,

With the governor’s decision to close schools in order to prepare for online learning, Park Square Theatre is working to innovate and meet your curriculum needs. At this point we are assuming that you cannot attend and are not planning on resuming productions until schools reopen.

We are planning to film our productions of The Diary of Anne Frank and Romeo and Juliet in order for your students to view them remotely. We are also working to offer you interactive live discussions with the artists. Without the need to get back on a bus, we can extend these interactions well beyond what we could offer you in the theatre itself.

There is also availability later in the run for both productions if you would like to move your tickets. I understand that we do not yet know how long the school closure will last and what ability you will have for field trips when it ends, but it is an option while seats remain.

We can extend credit toward next year’s field trip. Both The Diary of Anne Frank and Romeo and Juliet return in Spring of 2021.

If you have not sent in payment for your show, we can simply cancel your order. If you have paid and cannot make any of the above options work, we will do our best to issue a refund as swiftly as possible.
Like all of us, Park Square is responding to this situation moment by moment and needing to pivot our plans on a daily basis. The theatre has already contracted and paid artists, built sets, and completed rehearsals for these shows in preparation for field trips that were to start this week.

Thank you for the work you are doing! We are moving forward as your partner in delivering inspiration and insight to your students — at the theatre or virtually.

Michael-jon Pease, Executive Director
Connor M McEvoy, Education Manager

An update on Park Square’s response to COVID-19 — FOR ALL COMMUNITY MEMBERS

To our Park Square Community,

In the hardest of times, you look to our shared humanity to find new sources of resilience and inspiration. While Park Square is suspending programming to support your health and the safety of the greater community, you are also inspiring innovative ways to continue to fulfill Park Square’s vital mission.

Your health will be protected in line with the latest CDC and Minnesota Department of Health recommendations through the following program changes:

  • Spring Mischief Gala — MAR 30 — postponed. Ticket holders will be informed of a later date. An online silent auction will happen in late March or early April.
  • Romeo and Juliet — APR 4 — cancelled. This classic will return in 2021 and we encourage patrons to see it next season!
  • Marie and Rosetta — APR 15-MAY 24 — postponed. We are investigating performance options in the months ahead.
  • The Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society — April 20, May 11 — going online. Perhaps even more than other performances, these “live radio broadcasts” lend themselves to adaptation and we are exploring how to best make these delightful programs available to digital audiences.

This global crisis is preventing more than 16,000 students from attending performances of The Diary of Anne Frank and Romeo and Juliet.

To help educators and parents transition to distance learning, Park Square is working to make our programs — vibrant and relevant plays as well as live discussions with artists — available to students through online platforms. Working toward this goal serves students and employs artists (but does entail additional costs).

Your kindness and generosity make Park Square possible. By acting today, you can assure that the theatre thrives during these hard times.

You have these options for your cancelled performances:

  • Donate your tickets — Park Square has already invested in the shows that are postponed or cancelled, including paying local artists. You can help offset those costs by turning your ticket into a tax-deductible donation.
  • Exchange your tickets to another performance (we’ll all need a night out when this is over!)
  • Receive credit for the value of your tickets for future use — including the 2020-2021 Season.
  • Receive a refund. Refunds will be processed after the global pandemic has subsided.

Your love of live theatre and your generous support will protect Park Square during this unprecedented time.

Your Park Square artists are with you in spirit. We all look forward to the day when you return to the theatre for a feast of joy, fun, music and mystery. Thank you for your continued trust in and passion for Park Square.

All my best,
Michael-jon Pease
Executive Director

FACE TO FACE takes the stage

Hmong Community Members take center stage in new theatrical Production created with Ping Chong + Company

Media Contact – Connie Shaver 612.308.5785

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Saint Paul, Minn., Feb 24, 2020 – Park Square Theatre resumes its 2019-2020 season with the world premiere production of FACE TO FACE: HMONG WOMEN’S EXPERIENCES (Mar 5-15), an interview-based theater production co-written and co-directed by Sara Zatz (Associate Director, Ping Chong + Company) and Twin Cities theater artist Katie Ka Vang, featuring five local Hmong community members, all women, sharing their true stories on stage. Told with humor, heart, and courage, it addresses complex issues such as the history and arrival of the Hmong community in St. Paul, coming of age as a first-generation Hmong American, and finding your own voice and identity while balancing culture and family.

The project began in April 2019; then community info sessions were held, and the open call for participants started and continued through October. The script is created from extensive interviews conducted by Zatz and Vang with the five cast members, then woven together to tell performers’ individual experiences in a chronological narrative that connects the personal to the political, with final script approval maintained by the cast. Through their stories, the cast addresses topics including mental health and depression, bullying, domestic and sexual violence, gender identity, beauty standards and more.

The script is performed by the community interviewees themselves, not actors. The result is a highly theatrical and emotional story-telling experience; what Ping Chong + Company Artistic Director Ping Chong calls a “seated opera for the spoken word.”

FACE TO FACE is a partnership with the internationally renowned Ping Chong + Company, a New York leader in community-specific, interview-based theatre events. Written and directed by Sara Zatz and Katie Ka Vang, in collaboration with the performers, the project is part of Ping Chong + Company’s ongoing interview-based community–specific oral history theatre work, Undesirable Elements.

The performers include Laurine Chang, Houa Moua, Pang Chai Xiong, Pang Foua Xiong and Cydi Ywj Siab Yang.

The Production team includes Sara Zatz (Co-writer/Co-director), Katie Ka Vang (Co-writer/Co-director) Maxwell Collyard (Video Designer) Shannon Elliott (Light Designer), Ashley Raper (Stage Manager) and Akiem Scott (Sound Designer).

The project received special funding from the Saint Paul Cultural STAR program, the Marbrook Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.


Sara Zatz (Co-writer/Co-director) is the Associate Director of Ping Chong + Company where she oversees the company’s community engagement and training programs, and is the lead-artistic collaborator with Ping Chong on the interview-based Undesirable Elements series, exploring issues of culture and identity in the lives of individuals in specific communities. She is the writer and director of Secret Survivors, a work in a series which explores the experiences of survivors of child sexual abuse. Recent productions include (Un)Conditional, with individuals living with chronic illness (Profile Theatre), Generation NYZ  with NYC teens (New Victory Theater, La MaMa ETC), Undesirable Elements: Dearborn (Arab American National Museum), and Beyond Sacred: Voices of Muslim Identity (national touring). She has spoken and presented workshops on community-engaged theater at many conferences and universities. She lives in Jackson Heights, Queens with her family.

Katie Ka Vang (Co-writer/Co-director) is a Hmong American Theater Artist and Playwright. Her work explores the complexities of identity. Her plays include WTF, Hmong Bollywood, 5:1 Meaning of Freedom; 6:2 Use of Sharpening, Myth of Xee, Fast FWD Motions, In Quarantine, FINAL ROUND and Spirit Trust. Her work has been developed and produced at Theater Mu, Pillsbury House Theatre, CHAT, Bushwick Starr, Bedlam Theatre, Theatre Unbound, Walker Art Center, Out North Art House, Intermedia Arts, Northern Sparks, The Royal Court (London) and Brown University. She’s received support from The Jerome Foundation, Knight Foundation, National Performance Network, Metropolitan Region Arts Council, and Minnesota State Arts Board. She holds an MFA in Playwriting from Brown University.


“Generating empathy, defying small-mindedness, this is an inherently political show that arrives at a time of fervently uncivil discourse [and] believes in the power of storytelling to create a stronger, kinder culture.” The New York Times

“…consistently powerful and eye-opening.” The Washington Post

Ping Chong + Company produces works addressing the important cultural and civic issues of our times, creating theater that crosses boundaries of identity, community, and form.  Founded in 1975 by National Medal of Arts recipient Ping Chong, the company’s projects initiate dialogue about identity and the power of sharing individuals’ stories. This production is part of an ongoing series of community-specific oral history theater works known as the Undesirable Elements series. Created in 1992 by Ping Chong, each production is made in a specific community, with local participants testifying to their real lives and experiences. The script is based on interviews with the participants who then share their own true stories in the final production. Since 1992, over 60 productions have been made across the United States and abroad. Recent productions have explored themes as far ranging as the disability experience, Native American identity, the experiences of refugees in the U.S., and the experiences of survivors of sexual abuse. Ping Chong + Company has created documentaries, toolkits, and training workshops and arts education programs for communities who wish to use the arts to address social justice issues in their own work.

Ticket prices: $16-$30. Discounts are available for seniors, military personnel, those under age 30, and groups. Tickets are on sale at the Park Square Ticket Office, 20 W. Seventh Place, or by phone: 651.291.7005, (12 noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday), or online at   #pstFACETOFACE


Regular Run: Mar 5-15, 2020
Opening Night Reception: Mar 6
Post-show discussions: Mar 8 and 15

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Park Square Theater eliminates Artistic Director Position

As many of Park Square’s friends and fans have read, Park Square’s Board of Directors made the difficult decision to eliminate the Artistic Director position held by Flordelino Lagundino. By streamlining the organization’s leadership structure, the board sees the potential to align Park Square’s resources more effectively in order to achieve its vision with its current financial situation.

The planned productions for the remainder of this season are on schedule and will be managed by the Executive Director and a part-time interim artistic producer.

The 2020-2021 program planned by Flordelino and his team will be announced later in February. Artistic vision and programming for the next season will be accomplished during this transition period by an Artistic Committee including key staff and 3-4 members of the theatre community.

Flordelino is leaving an important legacy at Park Square that builds on Richard Cook’s vigorous commitments to artistry, education, equity, diversity and inclusion.

Thank you to all of the Park Square friends who helped us exceed  the $100,000 challenge match earlier this month. We can’t wait to see all of you at the theatre soon.

Further information can be found in the press coverage from the Pioneer Press and Star Tribune.




Media Contact – Connie Shaver

Saint Paul, Minn., January 9, 2020 –Mondays are for mystery as Park Square Theatre kicks off the New Year with a five-part residency with The Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society. Shows are scheduled for January 20, February 17, March 9, April 20, and May 11 on the Andy Boss Thrust Stage beginning at 7:30 p.m. The Society will revisit the great horror and suspense shows from the golden age of radio, performed in the style of a classic radio broadcast, including original commercials, eerie music and live sound effects. The opening performance on Monday, January 20 includes live lobby music with Ben Cook-Feltz.

“We’ve been wanting to partner with this talented team of performers for ages,” notes Park Square Theatre Executive Director Michael-jon Pease. “They are a perfect fit for Saint Paul, breathing fresh life and a spirit of fun into a classic genre from the age of the ‘well-made play.’ After visiting Heimie’s Haberdashery or strolling through Rice Park, you can go back to the days of live radio with these talented artists and delightful scripts.”

Members of The Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society include local theatrical favorites: Eric Webster (Shade’s Brigade), Shanan Custer (2 Sugars, Room for Cream), Joshua English Scrimshaw (Comedy Suitcase) and Tim Uren (Ghoulish Delights).

For their first night in residence, Monday, January 20, The Society will present The Best of Old-Time Radio with two legendary thrillers. “Sorry, Wrong Number,” from Suspense, was first broadcast May 25th, 1943. Lucille Fletcher’s famous radio play tells the story of a woman confined to her bed who overhears two men plotting a murder. No less an authority than Orson Welles called it “the greatest single radio script ever written.” Voiced by Agnes Moorehead, the radio play, was added to the National Recording Registry in 2015. In “Three Skeleton Key,” three lighthouse keepers battle a horde of rats off the coast of French Guiana in the classic story from French writer George Toudouze. First broadcast on Escape on November 15th, 1949, the show’s popularity led to multiple radio productions, famously starring Vincent Price.

The Society’s live performances are inspired by the podcast of the same name. The Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society Podcast revisits the great crime, horror and suspense shows from the golden age of radio, including tales from Suspense, Lights Out, Quiet Please, The Shadow, and more. Each episode features a classic, or maybe-not-so classic story from the mysterious old-time radio vault, complete with historical notes and nerdy trivia. At the end of each podcast, your hosts, Tim, Joshua and Eric discuss the merits of the story and decide whether or not it stands the test of time.

Subscribe to The Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society Podcast on iTunes, Youtube, or download episodes directly at


Four performers gathered around a 1940's style radio. They are surrounded by instruments for making sound effects

Eric Webster, Shanan Custer, Tim Uren, Joshua English Scrimshaw. Photo by Ben Theitje

Shanan Custer
is half of the 2 Sugars Show (with Carolyn Pool) that includes their Ivey Award winning show 2 Sugars, Room for Cream, their Park Square 2018-2019 season opener hit Sometimes There’s Wine and—coming soon—Bad Things, Good Whiskey. Other original work includes the 2018 MN Fringe Golden Lanyard Winning musical Not Fair, My Lady! (with Colleen Somerville and Anita Ruth).

Joshua English Scrimshaw is the co-founder of the Twin Cities-based all-ages theater company Comedy Suitcase, and the dance and physical comedy troupe English Scrimshaw Theatrical Novelties. Joshua has been called “a clever and inventive voice in Twin Cities comedy theater” by The Star Tribune, and “a modern-day Buster Keaton” by When not making comedy, Joshua enjoys performing and listening to old-time radio with his Mysterious Old Radio Listening Society pals.

Tim Uren has been performing, writing, and directing theater at festivals and small venues in the Twin Cities for over 25 years. Along the way, he has worked with companies such as Theater Pro Rata, the Brave New Workshop, and Theater in the Round. In 2013, he established Ghoulish Delights, a theater company dedicated to bringing tales of horror and suspense to Twin Cities stages. Additionally, Uren has written and designed for board games, including Arkham Horror and Eldritch Horror.

Eric Webster is an actor, producer and writer for stage, radio and television for 25 years. On stage credits include; Guthrie Theater, Park Square Theatre, Artistry Theater, Workhaus Collective, Paul Bunyan Playhouse, Pioneer Place Theater. He also directs Theater and Improv for the Centennial School District. He is the creator of the original radio theater drama Shades Brigade.

Ghoulish Delights is a Minneapolis-based theater company that specializes in bringing tales of suspense and horror to the stage. For more information visit



All tickets $23
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Performances: January 20, February 17, March 9, April 20, and May 11 beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Andy Boss Thrust Stage

Photo by Ben Thietje Left to right: Eric Webster, Shanan Custer, Tim Uren and Joshua English Scrimshaw

Photo by Joe Weismann Left to right: Joshua English Scrimshaw, Tim Uren and Eric Webster.

The Ticket Office is open from noon to 5:00 pm Tuesday through Friday. Call 651.291.7005.

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Coming Soon: Park Square’s General Auditions

Sign-ups for Park Square’s General Auditions are now open for AEA members!

Sign up opens to EMC members on January 9th and Non-Union Members on January 10th. 

Click Here to Sign Up!

This year, Park Square has added an accompanist to support musical theater artists on Monday, January 27th, from 12 pm to 4 pm.

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Audition Times and Location

The General Auditions will be held in Park Square Theatre’s Thrust Stage. Audition dates are:

  • Sunday, January 26th 10am-5pm (Lunch Break 1pm-2pm)
  • Monday, January 27th 12pm-9pm (Dinner Break 4pm-5pm) *AEA/EMC featured
    • 12pm-4pm – Accompanist provided for singers
  • Saturday, February 1st 10am-5pm (Lunch Break 1pm-2pm)
  • Monday, February 3rd 12pm-9pm (Dinner Break 4pm-5pm) *AEA/EMC featured

Audition Preparation

  • You will have two minutes TOTAL to present your materials after introducing yourself onstage. We ask that you please prepare two contrasting monologues. If you would like to sing as part of this audition, you may substitute one monologue for a 32-bar cutting of a song, to be sung a cappella in the audition. In order for each actor to be seen, these auditions will be timed. Our apologies, but it is the most respectful way to protect everyone’s time.
  • Park Square will provide an accompanist on Monday, January 27th from 12-4 pm. If you are able, please send a .pdf copy of your music for the accompanist to review prior to the day of your performance. Please clearly mark the start and end of the song you will be performing. If you are unable to provide music ahead of time, please make sure to place your music in a binder with the start and end of song clearly marked.
  • Talent Profile: We are asking everyone to create a FREE talent profile on Minnesota Playlist. This profile will be used by directors and producers to view headshots and resumes in the audition room. Instructions can be found on our sign-up page.

Park Square Artistic Associate Jillian Robertson will be joined by Park Square’s production directors, local area producers, and freelance directors.

While we offer the opportunity to be seen by dozens of local companies at no cost to the actor or theater, we cannot guarantee an organization’s attendance on a specific day. There will be a whiteboard in the lobby listing all additional directors and producers in the room.

Park Square is committed to programming for and collaborating with a wide range of talent. Our General Auditions is a color inclusive, ability inclusive, and gender inclusive audition.

MN Monthly Interview with China Brickey

“I’m noticing the deeper I go into my career, everything I do as an actor, in this body, is a statement because I’m not someone you see normally in that role. It’s a big responsibility, and I definitely don’t take it lightly.” – China Brickey
China Brickey, the warm and witty actor playing Elizabeth Bennet in Park Square’s current production of Pride and Prejudice, sat down with Minnesota Monthly Magazine’s Lianna Matt McLernon to dish about her love of Jane Austen, her hilarious cast-mates, and what it means to her to play the inimitable Elizabeth Bennet.

Read the full interview

Picture of Elizabeth Bennet, played by China Brickey, holding hands with Mr Darcy, played by Paul Rutledge. Mr Darcy is on one knee as though proposing marriage.

China Brickey as Elizabeth Bennet. Paul Rutledge as Mr. Darcy. Photo by Dan Norman.

Cyber Monday Specials!

Share the joy of great theatre this holiday season with our 2 for 1 Cyber Monday Specials. Choose Area 1 (2 for $55-60) or Area 2 (2 for $40-45) tickets* to select Park Square performances!
Use code MON when ordering.

ONLINE ONLY! Cyber Monday Specials start Sunday, Dec 1, and are valid through Monday, Dec 2 at midnight. Offers do not apply to previously purchased tickets or with other offers.


On Stage through Dec 22, 2019
Love is a serious game and the Bennets are playing for keeps!

Cyber Monday Special Dates
Wednesday, Dec 18, 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, Dec 19, 7:30 p.m.
Friday, Dec 20, 7:30 p.m.
BUY TICKETS to Pride and Prejudice

Mar 5-15, 2020
Community members tell their unique stories.

Cyber Monday Special Dates (All tickets 2 tickets for $30! No seating areas.)
Thursday, Mar 5, 7:30 p.m.
Friday, Mar 6, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, Mar 7, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, Mar 8, 2:00 p.m.
BUY TICKETS to Face to Face

Jun 12-Jul 26, 2020

Sherlock Holmes is Dead, or is he?

Cyber Monday Special Dates
Thursday, Jun 25, 7:30 p.m.
Friday, Jun 26, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, Jun 27, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, Jun 28, 2:00 p.m.
BUY TICKETS to Holmes and Watson


Now through Dec 31, 2019, buy $80 in gift certificates and receive a $10 voucher for tickets through December 2020 – just for you! PURCHASE GIFT CERTIFICATES


*2019-2020 season seating areas. (No seating areas for Face to Face).
Graphic Seating Chart for Proscenium Stage - Please phone the ticket office at 651.291.7005 for assistance with accessibility and seat selectionGraphic Seating Chart for Boss Thrust Stage - Please phone the ticket office at 651.291.7005 for assistance with accessibility and seat selection

Black Friday Specials!

Share the joy of great theatre this holiday season with our 2 for 1 Black Friday Specials. Choose Area 1 (2 for $55-60) or Area 2 (2 for $40-45) tickets* to select Park Square performances! Use code FRI when ordering online, or call the ticket office at 651.291.7005.

Black Friday Specials are valid through Saturday Nov 30 at midnight. See details below.

Order online or call 651.291.7005 (The Ticket office is open Fri & Saturday 12-5 p.m.)


On Stage NOW – Dec 22, 2019
Love is a serious game and the Bennets are playing for keeps!

Black Friday Special Dates
Fridays: Dec 6, 13 & 20 at 7:30 p.m.
BUY TICKETS to Pride and Prejudice

Mar 5-15, 2020
Community members tell their unique stories.

Black Friday Special Dates
Fridays: Mar 6 & 13 at 7:30 p.m.
BUY TICKETS to Face to Face

Jun 12-Jul 26, 2020

Sherlock Holmes is Dead, or is he?

Black Friday Special Dates
Fridays: July 3, 10, 17 & 24 at 7:30 p.m.
BUY TICKETS to Holmes and Watson


Buy $80 in gift certificates and receive a $10 voucher good for tickets through December 2020 – just for you!


*2019-2020 season seating areas.
Graphic Seating Chart for Proscenium Stage - Please phone the ticket office at 651.291.7005 for assistance with accessibility and seat selectionGraphic Seating Chart for Boss Thrust Stage - Please phone the ticket office at 651.291.7005 for assistance with accessibility and seat selection