Pillsbury House + Theatre

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  • All main stage ticket prices range from $10 to $20. Wednesday performances are Pay-What-You-Can. Chicago Avenue Project productions are free to the public.

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  • Pillsbury House Theatre is located on the corner of Chicago Avenue and 35th Street in south Minneapolis, five blocks south of Lake Street. If coming from 35W, take the 35th/36th street exit and go 10 blocks east on 36th then left at Chicago Ave.

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  • All main stage productions open on Fridays and run Wednesday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m with an additional 3:00 p.m. matinee on Sundays. Ticket information is available by calling the Pillsbury House Theatre box office at 612-825-0459

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  • Accessible to Disabled
  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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  1. The Great Divide: Plays for a Broken Nation

    The Great Divide: Plays for a Broken Nation

    3501 Chicago Ave S
    Minneapolis, MN 55407
    Call: (612) 825-0459

    The Great Divide: Plays for a Broken Nation:
    Five short plays directed by Ellen Fenster
    By Benjamin Benne, Alan Berks, Christina M. Ham, Katie Ka Vang and James A. Williams
    Featuring Tracey Maloney, Mikell Sapp, Ricardo Vazquez, Audrey Park and music by DJ Chamun

    Are we entering our New Normal, or is this just a phase? Is ‘whitelash’ real, or just another piece of ‘fake news’? Pillsbury House Theatre commissioned five new 10-minute plays by local writers responding to the deeply partisan split on the direction of our country. In polarizing times of national upheaval and civil unrest, how do we deal with competing truths? Where does the election leave us, as individuals, as communities, as a country? The Great Divide is a personal, powerful and visceral response to the partisan animosity that has become our post-election reality.

    Audio-Described Performance: Friday, April 21
    ASL-Interpreted Performance: Saturday, April 22

    Tickets: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/cal/27105

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