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StarTribune Review of Park Square Theatre's Hamlet

“A picture book come to life”

“Akyea uses his cast well. Charley’s Peter is physically expressive and filled with innocence. It’s nice to see a big kid nail that part of childhood that seems so fleeting in our hyper-mediated environment.”

— Rohan Preston | Star Tribune | December 7, 2022

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Cherry and Spoon Park Square Theatre Macbeth Review

“achieves that perfect unhurried world-weary noir tone

Cherry and Spoon  | October 25, 2022

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Talkin Broadway - Regional Theatre Review - Minnesota - Park Square Theatre

“masterfully produced”

“Park Square has given a shining, faultless staging to one of the best plays of the past decade”

By Arthur Dorman | Talkin’ Broadway  

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“depth and dimension

“…feels very much like an actual family gathering”

By Rob Hubbard |St. Paul Pioneer Press| September 18, 2022

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StarTribune Review of Park Square Theatre's Rocky Horror

“… Park Square’s Rocky Horror
… a slam-dunk.”

— Chris Hewitt | StarTribune | Oct 7, 2019

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Cherry and Spoon Park Square Theatre Review

“… you’re sure to have great fun at this live production of the cult hit.”

“… all the trashy chic glitz …”

Cherry and Spoon  | Oct 6, 2019

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StarTribune Review of Park Square Theatre's Aubergine

“Beautifully Acted”

“Flordelino Lagundino has assembled actors whose divergent styles merge into something that feels bold and bright…”

— Chris Hewitt | StarTribune | Oct 2, 2019

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Cherry and Spoon Park Square Theatre Review

“… a beautifully and devastatingly human experience.”

“Flordelino Lagundino makes his directing debut here, creating a piece of theater that engenders the full scale of emotion from the audience, from laughter to tears.”

“… the best kind of play, one that deftly depicts the human experience with grace, humor, and heart.”

 

Cherry and Spoon  | Oct 6, 2019

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Cherry and Spoon Park Square Theatre Review

“When the people onstage are having this much fun, it’s impossible not to have fun along with them.”

This summer mystery is so much fun to watch, my face hurt afterwords from two and a half hours of constant smiling and laughing.”

Cherry and Spoon  | June 30, 2018

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StarTribune Review of Park Square Theatre's Hamlet

Baskerville is a headlong piece of pure fun”

“The game is afoot, hilariously, in Park Square Theatre’s ‘Baskerville‘”

— Lisa Brock | StarTribune | June 26, 2018

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Baskerville at Park Square is half mystery, half comedy — and wholly entertaining”

She-lock Holmes and her crew make captivating companions for a night in St. Paul.”

— Renee Valois | Pioneer Press |
Sara Richardson is Dr. John Watson, left, McKenna Kelly-Eiding is Sherlock Holmes, while Marika Proctor, Ricardo Beaird and Eric “Pogi” Sumangil pickup the remaining 38 roles in “Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery” at Park Square Theatre. (Photo by Petronella J. Ytsma)

StarTribune Review of Park Square Theatre's Hamlet

New York-based theater leader takes over St. Paul’s Park Square

— Rohan Preston | StarTribune | June 11, 2018

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Park Square Theatre's New Artistic Director Flordelino Lagundino, head and shoulders, wearing a grey jacket, white shirt, and black necktie, outdoor portrait

StarTribune Review of Park Square Theatre's Hamlet

“Park Square update of ‘Pirates’ is see-worthy”

“Gilbert and Sullivan would likely appreciate this modernized spin.”

— Chris Hewitt | StarTribune | February 18, 2018

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Bradley Greenwald, Max Wojtanowicz and Elisa Pluhar in “The Pirates of Penzance” at Park Square Theatre.
Bradley Greenwald, Max Wojtanowicz and Elisa Pluhar in “The Pirates of Penzance” at Park Square Theatre (photo by Petronella J. Ytsma)

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These ‘Pirates’ arrrr worth checking out on Park Square’s stage”

“… it doesn’t disappoint, whether you’re seeing “Pirates” for the first time or the twenty-first.”

— Dominic P. Papatola | Pioneer Press |
Cast of Pirates of Penzance at Park Square Theatre in Saint Paul, Minnesota - 2018
Elisa Pluhar, left, Alice McGlave, Victoria Price (seated), Elizabeth Hawkinson, Zach Garcia, Charles Eaton, Max Wojtanowicz and Bradley Greenwald are in “Pirates of Penzance” at Park Square Theatre. (Photo by Petronella J. Ytsma)

Cherry and Spoon Park Square Theatre Review

Pirates … a divine emollient”

“I didn’t think I could love Pirates more, until I saw this ingeniously deconstructed and re-imagined version. If you’re a Gilbert and Sullivan fan you won’t want to miss this delightful new interpretation, and if you’re not familiar, this show is a great introduction to their genius in an accessible way.”

Cherry and Spoon  | February 17, 2018

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The fresh and imaginative Pirates of Penzance at Park Square - 2018

Talkin Broadway - Regional Theatre Review - Minnesota - Park Square Theatre

“Totally joyful”

“director Doug Scholz-Carlson … and co-adapter Bradley Greenwald have certainly taken the comic opera out of the museum, and pumped it with helium, lifting the whole enterprise to glorious heights”

By Arthur Dorman | Talkin’ Broadway  | February 17, 2018

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