Theatre in the Round Players

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  • Ticket price is $22, $24 for musicals. Discounts for students and seniors are available Fridays and Sundays $15 for students & $18 for seniors. Group rates available (call for formation).

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  • Performing weekends year-round: Fridays and Saturday evenings and Sunday matinees.

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  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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  1. Go Back for Murder

    Go Back for Murder

    245 Cedar Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55454
    Call: (612) 333-3010

    After receiving a letter from beyond the grave, Carla Crale is convinced her mother, who died in prison, was wrongly convicted of her father’s murder. She persuades those who were present at her father’s death 15 years ago to go back to the scene of the crime and recount their version of that day. Their stories are warped by time and their own perceptions but, in the end, reveal the dark and terrible truth. From the pen of Dame Agatha Christie, who adapted this mystery from her own novel "Five Little Pigs."

  2. Grand Opening

    Grand Opening

    245 Cedar Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55454
    Call: (612) 333-3010

    12-year-old Brendan Foster begins the story in 1945, when his parents decide to leave Minneapolis and buy a run-down grocery store in rural Minnesota. There, his family comes to know the virtues – and the dark side – of living in a small town. Grand Opening is the most autobiographical work by famed writer Jon Hassler, known for Staggerford, Simon’s Night, and other novels about small-town life in Minnesota.

  3. Jeeves in Bloom

    Jeeves in Bloom

    245 Cedar Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55454
    Call: (612) 333-3010

    Bertie Wooster and his valet Jeeves pay a visit to the peaceful English countryside, where Bertie’s school chum Gussie hatches a plan to win over the fanciful Madeline Basset. But all too quickly, Bertie is fending off Madeline’s advances, reluctantly participating in a burglary, and fleeing from a homicidal French chef. Only one man can set everything straight – the stalwart Jeeves! The first play in this Jeeves trilogy was a huge hit at TRP, setting the stage for the return of these beloved comic characters from the stories of P. G. Wodehouse.

  4. Jeeves Takes a Bow

    Jeeves Takes a Bow

    245 Cedar Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55454
    Call: (612) 333-3010

    Bertie Wooster brings his charms to America! Our hapless hero ventures across the pond, bringing only his handsome fortune, his remarkable manservant Jeeves – and, of course, his talent for trouble. He’s soon mixed up with a Broadway chorus girl, the gangster “Knuckles” McCann, and even gets engaged by mistake to the meddling Vivienne Duckworth. Can even the stalwart Jeeves save Bertie from himself this time?

  5. Little Women

    Little Women

    245 Cedar Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55454
    Call: (612) 333-3010

    One of the greatest American narratives, this enduring story for all ages is based on Alcott’s own childhood. Under the guidance of their beloved mother, the four young March sisters – tempestuous Jo, motherly Meg, shy Beth, and spoiled baby Amy – struggle to keep their family going while their father is away, fighting on a distant battlefield of the Civil War. In this beautifully dramatized adaptation, the sisters work, dream, play – and learn what it means to grow up with privation and illness yet find true joy.

  6. Postmortem

    Postmortem

    245 Cedar Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55454
    Call: (612) 333-3010

    It's April, 1922, and actor William Gillette, famous for portraying Sherlock Holmes for 30 years, has invited the cast of his latest play to spend the weekend at his castle home in Connecticut. When a late-night séance reveals a murder, Gillette must solve the case using everything he’s learned from playing the great detective. Popular playwright Ken Ludwig mixes suspense and humor in a show that has delighted audiences nationwide.

  7. Red Hot and Cole

    Red Hot and Cole

    245 Cedar Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55454
    Call: (612) 333-3010

    A scintillating mixture of biography and song celebrates the great American songwriter Cole Porter, whose devilishly clever rhymes, fresh and unexpected melodies, and sassy sensibility is a tribute to a glittering age gone by. This revue traces his career from Indiana to the world stages of New York, London, and Paris, featuring “Night And Day,” “Anything Goes,” “Let’s Do It,” “Just One of Those Things,” “My Heart Belongs to Daddy,” and many more of his songs that have become international standards.

  8. The Government Inspector

    The Government Inspector

    245 Cedar Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55454
    Call: (612) 333-3010

    When the crooked citizens of a small village learn that the government is sending an undercover inspector to root out corruption, they prepare for his visit with a web of bribery and lies – when a case of mistaken identity sends the whole town into a panic. Jeffrey Hatcher’s adaptation of Gogol’s classic farce is a hilarious reminder of the timelessness of bureaucracy and buffoonery. “One part farce, one part slapstick, this naughty, frothy play is wholly entertaining” –Mpls. Star Tribune

  9. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

    245 Cedar Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55454
    Call: (612) 333-3010

    In 1890, young Ransome Foster leaves New York City for a new life in the Wild West – where he ends up beaten and half-dead on the dusty streets of Twotrees. Rescued from the plains, the town soon becomes his home. A local girl gives him purpose in this broken and lawless land, but is that enough to save him from the vicious outlaw who wants him dead? Should he run – or fight? This stage drama and the famous 1962 film by John Ford are each based on the original 1953 short story by Dorothy M. Johnson.

  10. These Shining Lives

    These Shining Lives

    245 Cedar Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55454
    Call: (612) 333-3010

    Based on the true story of four women who worked at a factory in Illinois in the 1920s, painting watch dials to glow in the dark using a special paint made with radium. They developed increasingly severe symptoms, downplayed by the company as well as their own doctors, until they were finally diagnosed with fatal radiation poisoning. This touching drama chronicles the strength and determination of these women in refusing to allow the company that stole their health to endanger the lives of others.

  11. Wait Until Dark

    Wait Until Dark

    245 Cedar Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55454
    Call: (612) 333-3010

    Susan Hendrix is still recovering from a car accident that left her blind. Her husband’s away so she’s alone when she finds herself threatened by ruthless con men in her own apartment. As the tension builds, she discovers her blindness may be the very key to her escape – but she must wait until dark to play out the chilling conclusion to this classic thriller.

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