SteppingStone Theatre for Youth Development

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Rates

  • Tickets are $12/15, $10 groups 6-19tx, $7.50 20-99tx.

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Directions

  • Located at 55 Victoria Street North, the theatre is easily accessible from I94. Victoria Street is parallel to, and midway between Lexington Parkway and Dale Street. The theatre is one block north of Summit Ave. next to William Mitchell College.

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  • Theatre season runs October-August

Attraction Attributes

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

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Events

  1. Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963

    55 Victoria Street North
    St Paul, MN 55104
    Call: (651) 225-9265

    Who will YOU be?

    What bothers me most is that their names have been virtually erased: they are inevitably referred to as “the four Black girls killed in the Birmingham church bombing.” Along with our memories of that horrible day and what it symbolized, I would also like us all to consider what Carole Robertson, Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley and Denise McNair might have become.

    — Dr. Angela Davis

    SteppingStone Theatre’s acclaimed play takes this quote as a starting point, and lets the “Four Little Girls” live out their hopes and dreams for the future.

    Don’t miss the play that was featured in commemorative events around the country for the 50th anniversary of the tragic day that galvanized the Civil Rights movement.

  2. One Grain of Rice

    55 Victoria St No
    St Paul, MN 55104
    Call: (651) 225-9265

    A spectacular musical tale of greed, ingenuity and MATH!

    One Grain of RiceWhen the prince hoards all his land’s rice during a famine, a young girl devises a brilliant way to feed the people—get the prince to agree to give her one grain of rice one day, then double the amount each day for 30 days!

    Little does the prince know that by the end of the month, it will take hundreds of elephants to carry away all of the rice he owes!

  3. Rainbow Crow

    55 Victoria Street North
    St Paul, MN 55104
    Call: (651) 225-9265

    How far would you go to save your family? What would you sacrifice for the good of your community?

    In this Lenape Native American story, you’ll find out how the crow, once known for a beautiful voice and colorful feathers, heroically sacrifices that beauty to save the world.

    On the way, she discovers that inner beauty and loyalty are more important than what’s on the outside.

  4. Shooting Kabul

    55 Victoria Street North
    St Paul, MN 55104
    Call: 651-225-9265

    Who knew that a simple camera could reunite a family?

    Based on the award-winning children’s book of the same name, Shooting Kabul tells of a young Afghan refugee whose family was torn apart while trying to flee the Taliban, and his struggles to make a new home in America.

    When a photography competition is announced with a prize of international travel, the boy sees a chance to return to Afghanistan and search for his sister.

    Shooting Kabul has been compared with the classic book, The Hundred Dresses, and is an important glimpse into the immigrant and refugee experience that will resonate deeply with Twin Cities audiences.

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