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. And Then There Were None

    And Then There Were None

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

    Ten strangers are lured to an island mansion off the coast of England. Over dinner, a record begins to play, and the voice of their unseen host accuses each person of hiding a terrible secret. Later that night, one of them is found murdered. And then, one by one, they are killed according to a macabre nursery rhyme – until there were none. Dame Christie adapted this riveting drama for the stage from her novel, which was one of the best-selling mysteries of all time.

  2. Emma

    Emma

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

    In this lively adaptation of her famed novel, Jane Austen herself steps on stage to shepherd her delightful characters through the pitfalls and surprises that await them. Emma Woodhouse attempts to marry off her trusting young friend Harriet to all the wrong people while nearly missing out on true love herself. Set in an English county peopled with unforgettable comic characters, Austen’s comic masterpiece is one of the great beauties of the English language.

  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. 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.

  5. Rhinoceros

    Rhinoceros

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

    It’s a typical morning in a small American town -- until a rhinoceros charges down the street. No one is really alarmed, but Berenger soon discovers everyone around him is turning into a rhinoceros – his friends, his co-workers, the townspeople. He’s desperate to save them but no one will listen, until he’s left alone to question what it is to remain human in the face of the trampling herd. Provocative, funny, and frightening, Ionesco’s most renowned work has become a classic parable of social conformity – and human nature.

  6. The Canterville Ghost

    The Canterville Ghost

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

    The no-nonsense Otis family from New York buys an old mansion in rural England, scoffing at warnings of its fierce ghost. But it’s true – the spirit of Sir Simon Canterville has haunted his homestead for more than 500 years. The nobleman is appalled at this invasion by Americans and is determined to scare them out – or worse. This re-telling of the well-known short story is complete with the creaking floorboards and clanking chains of a traditional English ghost story and the wonderful humor of Oscar Wilde.

  7. the Metromaniacs

    the Metromaniacs

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

    AREA PREMIERE
    In aristocratic Paris, poets are the rock stars of the day, and young people have gone métromanie (“crazy for poetry”). And Damis has developed a particularly severe case – he’s fallen in love with the work of a mysterious poetess, not knowing that his idol is actually a middle-aged gentleman writing under a pen name. Plot twists, complications, and mistaken identities – all in rhymed verse – tumble to a happy ending in this new telling of a 1738 French farce. “…the language is golden…almost criminally enjoyable…” Washington Post

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