Page Theatre at Saint Mary's University

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  • Prices range from $6 to $30. Visa, MasterCard and Discover accepted by phone; order online anytime. Walk up to the box office window to use cash or check.


    • August 16, 2017 - July 31, 2018


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  • Located minutes from downtown Winona. Please visit our web site for driving directions.

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  • Box Office Hours: 12-6 pm, weekdays. Summer hours: 8 am -4 pm, weekdays (May 14 - Aug. 3).

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  • Waste Reduction/Reuse/Recycling

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

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  1. Dreaming Under a Cedar Tree 2.0

    Dreaming Under a Cedar Tree 2.0

    700 Terrace Heights
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 457-1715

    Dreaming Under a Cedar Tree invites you to share art, food, and conversation with a Middle Eastern flavor, reflecting on Sharon Mansur’s Lebanese heritage, the complex and fluid nature of cultural identity, and the power of place in our dreams. A reimagined version of the original event that premiered in fall 2017 at Outpost Winona, Cedar Tree 2.0 integrates Mansur’s experiences during her first trip to Lebanon in spring 2018, and responds to the Page Theatre as a site-specific venue. This immersive event will feature solo dance performance by Mansur, visual elements contributed by a variety of artists and Mansur family members, Middle Eastern food, and an open discussion with audience members.

    Concept, direction, and performance by Sharon Mansur
    Contributing artists: Sophia-Odelia Bauer, Nate Bauman, Fadi BouKaram, Felicia Glidden, Ali Herischi, Raymond T. Mansur, Mike Munson, Sydney Swanson, and Michael Wall, as well as references, images and text from Mansur family members

  2. Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad

    Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad

    700 Terrace Heights
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 457-1715

    A production of Virginia Repertory Theatre
    Book and Lyrics by Douglas Jones
    Music by Ron Barnett

    This stirring drama with music is a classic tribute to the great American who freed herself and hundreds of her people from the bonds of slavery. As Harriet and her friend Sarah Bradford narrate her adventurous life, we share in the joys, sorrows, and challenges faced by this brave women who changed the world through her courage. This accurate and deeply moving musical history lesson is at turns inspiring, heartwarming, and comical, full of the good humor, determination, and charity of its subject.

    This pay-what-you-cam, relaxed performance will feature limited sound and lighting effects as well as flexible seating options. Our staff will happily assist you in setting up your order and will work to accommodate any special requests or considerations. Contact us for assistance.

  3. Manual Cinema: The End of TV

    Manual Cinema: The End of TV

    700 Terrace Heights
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 457-1715
    Toll Free: (800) 635-5987 x1715

    Manual Cinema combines handmade shadow puppetry, cinematic techniques, and innovative sound and music to create immersive stories for stage and screen. Using vintage overhead projectors, multiple screens, puppets, actors, live feed cameras, and live music, The End of TV depicts the decline of an American rust belt city through the stories of Flo and Louise, residents of a fictional Midwestern town. Flo is an elderly white woman who was once a supervisor at the thriving local auto plant; now succumbing to dementia, her memories of her life are tangled with television commercials and the “call now” demands of QVC. Louise, a young black woman laid off from her job when the same local auto plant closes, meets Flo when she takes a job as a Meals-on-Wheels driver. The two women begin an unlikely relationship as Flo approaches the end of her life and Louise prepares for the invention of a new one. Their story explores the two sides of the American Dream—its technicolor promise as delivered through TV advertising, and its failure witnessed in the dark outcome of industrial decline.

  4. ODC/Dance: Path of Miracles

    ODC/Dance: Path of Miracles

    114 W Broadway St
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 457-1715

    Inspired by the Camino de Santiago, an ancient pilgrimage route across northern Spain, choreographer KT Nelson's "Path of Miracles" brings artists and community together in a shared journey. Progressing through multiple spaces, this site-specific performance in Winona’s beautiful Wesley United Methodist Church explores the journey of the Camino, from spontaneous communal gatherings to individual reflection. The experience is enhanced by a live 17-voice choir featuring some of Minnesota’s leading vocal talent performing Joby Talbot’s score of the same name.

    Founded in 1971 by Brenda Way, who trained under the legendary George Balanchine, ODC/Dance has been recognized for its rigorous technique, as well as its collaborations with numerous composers, writer/singers, actors, and visual artists. The company has performed for more than a million people in 32 states and 11 countries.

  5. ODC/Dance: The Velveteen Rabbit

    ODC/Dance: The Velveteen Rabbit

    700 Terrace Heights
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 457-1715

    ODC/Dance brings to life Margery Williams’ classic tale of a well-worn nursery rabbit that becomes real. Told through music, dance, and a powerful narrative, The Velveteen Rabbit celebrates the unique relationship between a little boy and his stuffed rabbit, and the enduring power of love. A narrated production set to selections by Benjamin Britten, The Velveteen Rabbit is brimming with wit, festive costumes, and madcap characters. This special performance will feature several local children dancing alongside the professional company.

    Running time for The Velveteen Rabbit is approximately 70 minutes plus one intermission. The production is suitable for audience members ages 3 and up.

    Founded in 1971 by Brenda Way, who trained under the legendary George Balanchine, ODC/Dance has been recognized for its rigorous technique, as well as its collaborations with numerous composers, writer/singers, actors, and visual artists. The company has performed for more than a million people in 32 states and 11 countries.

  6. Pinocchio


    700 Terrace Heights
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 457-1715

    Based on Carlo Collodi’s classic
    Written and directed by Hugo Belanger
    English Translation by Bobby Theodore
    A production of Tout a Trac in coproduction with Place des Arts and Tennessee Performing Arts Center

    Following the internationally acclaimed Alice in Wonderland, Tout a Trac now revisits the world’s most famous puppet: Pinocchio. Born from a talking piece of wood carved by the old Geppetto, the rebellious, cheeky and careless Pinocchio discovers the meaning of growing up through a thousand trials. To become a real boy, he will have to face Mangiafuoco, the terrible Puppet Master, suffer the malice of Mr. Fox and his sidekick, the Cat, escape from Toyland and save his father from the belly of a giant fish!

  7. Places Please!

    Places Please!

    1164 W Howard St
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 457-1715

    Come along on a zany trip brimming with playfulness and anxiety from life behind the scenes. Set backstage during the final moments before the curtain rises, this cabaret-style performance features a dance fanatic’s dream music score — from Broadway classics to contemporary classical music to ‘80s pop hits — as well as some very special guest performers from the Winona community. The result is a buzz-worthy cocktail of biting satire, quick-witted physical comedy, and gentle moments of deep pathos that celebrates and extends the creative relationship of Nicole Wolcott and Larry Keigwin, co-founders of KEIGWIN + COMPANY.

  8. Rio Mira

    Rio Mira

    700 Terrace Heights
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 457-1715

    Taking its name from the river, which runs from Ecuador into Colombia, Rio Mira brings together marimba masters Esteban Copete and Larry Preciado with Ecuadorian singer Karla Kanora and an incredible ensemble of Afro Latino folkloric musicians. With a cultural identity rooted in the East African diaspora traditions, Rio Mira specializes in blending contemporary music with traditional sounds that date back hundreds of years. Both their folk sound and electro-cumbia remixes are founded on the mastery and artistry of great musicians and producers from both countries.

    The story of the marimba is closely intertwined with the rebel slaves who made the region their home from the early 16th century onward, and in 2015, UNESCO declared the marimba music of South Pacific Colombia and Esmeraldas Province, Ecuador to be Intangible Cultural Heritage. Recalling the history of the Pacific, Rio Mira’s music is a reminder of the unity that binds together a region divided by state borders.

  9. The Picnic Operetta: Dr. Falstaff and the Working Wives of Lake County

    The Picnic Operetta: Dr. Falstaff and the Working Wives of Lake County

    860 Parks Ave
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 457-1715

    On the shores of Lake Superior, the company town is in trouble. The taconite plant has gone bust and jobs are leaving town fast. Meanwhile, the sleazy Doctor Falstaff has washed up on shore. He’s looking to sell a boat, eat some herring, and seduce some married women. Luckily, a trio of tough working gals has teamed up to chase the rat out of town. These working wives (a nurse, a park ranger, and a librarian) show the men in town who’s the Boss. Based on Otto Nicolai’s German opera The Merry Wives of Windsor, a bit of Minnesota history, and the music of Bruce Springsteen, this late summer harvest celebration offers local flavors with picnic bites shared with the audience and fun for everyone.

    Tickets are not required but reservations are strongly encouraged. Free will donations accepted at the performance.

  10. We Are The Willows

    We Are The Willows

    700 Terrace Heights
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 457-1715

    We Are The Willows is a Minneapolis-based orchestral indie rock band featuring songwriter/frontman Peter Miller’s unique countertenor voice and guitar, supported by Jeremiah Satterthwaite (guitar/banjo), Leah Ottman (violin/voice/keys), Hilary James (cello/voice/keys), Travis Collins (bass), and Stephen Lindquist (drums/voice). We Are The Willows craft dynamic, intimate songs with instruments and voices combining to create energetic rhythms and intricate melodies, and heartfelt arrangements that evoke shared nostalgic feelings of love and loss. Their Page Series performance will feature songs inspired by 350 letters written by Miller’s grandparents during World War II and explore themes of family, separation, life, death, and identity. The songs communicate complex ideas delivered with pop-sensible charm.

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