Off-Leash Area: contemporary performance works

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  • Tickets for productions are made reasonable through support from your Federal, State & Local Governments! Group rates are also available. Call for specific prices.

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Events

  1. Fifth Annual Neighborhood Garage Tour

    Call: 612-724-7372

    Off-Leash Area once again brings professional theater and dance to garages in neighborhoods throughout the metro area with “Stripe & Spot (Learn to) Get Along,” a humorous parable about two people simultaneously shipwrecked on a deserted island. Stripe and Spot battle for dominance over the island’s resources before eventually learning to live together and make the entire island a better place. Narrated by the Sun and the Moon, this all-ages production features a rotating stage, vaudevillian dance numbers, and silent film melodrama, with choreography by Jennifer Ilse, music and sound by Craig Harris, and text by playwright Dominic Orlando.

    Stillwater: 8/29-31
    Brooklyn Park: 9/5-7
    Mendota Heights: 9/12-14
    Bloomington: 9/19-21
    Isanti: 9/26-28
    Plymouth: 10/3-5
    Minneapolis: 10/10-12

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