Theatre in the Round Players

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  • Ticket price is $22. Discounts for students and seniors are available Fridays and Sundays $18. 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. Anne of Green Gables by Sylvia Ashby

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

    The stern Marilla and her warm-hearted brother Mathew hope to adopt a boy to work on their farm on rural Prince Edward Island. But the orphanage sends young, befreckled Anne by mistake, and none of their lives will ever be the same. Sylvia Ashby’s refreshing adaptation stays true L. M. Montgomery’s literary classic.

  2. Bedroom Farce by Alan Ayckbourn

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

    Trevor and Susannah, a pair of roving neurotics whose marriage is on the rocks, hawk their problems around the bedrooms of three other couples in one endless night. In Alan Acykbourn’s masterful style, the action ingeniously flies back and forth among all three bedrooms on stage – with humor that veers from smart and biting to pratfalls and slapstick – in this wickedly bleak view of modern marriage.

  3. Black Tie by A.R. Gurney

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

    An endearing comedy centered around Curtis, who tries to prove that a touch of class never goes out of style as he prepares to make a memorable toast at his only son's wedding rehearsal dinner. But generations clash when his own family doesn’t share his belief in tradition and time-honored ways. “Witty and warmly embracing its characters' foibles, this is a charmer – funny and altogether winning.” BACKSTAGE

  4. Don't Drink the Water by Woody Allen

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

    Touring behind the Iron Curtain, a family from New Jersey rush into the American embassy two steps ahead of the police who suspect them of spying. But it's not much of a refuge – the ambassador is gone and his monumentally inept son is in charge. Woody Allen’s first play is a showcase for his trademark one-liners, gags, and stand-up humor.

  5. The Drawer Boy by Michael Healey

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

    An actor from a Toronto theatre visits the home of two farmers to research rural life for a new play. Amused with the young city slicker, Morgan and Angus talk about their lives, of moving to the farm with their wives after serving in World War II, and living as bachelors ever since. But their visitor’s questions gradually unravel their story in one of the most-produced plays in the country.

  6. The Marriage of Bette and Boo by Christopher Durang

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

    Bette and Boo never should have gotten married. Their son Matt narrates scenes of their bewildered attempts to provide a semblance of hearth and home – all the while undermined by their own families, bereaved by miscarriages and alcoholism, and utterly mystified by their priest. A very black comedy, and hailed as the best play by one of theatre’s leading satirists. “…demented and compassionate, sad and hysterical.” USA TODAY

  7. The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Jay Presson Allen

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

    At the Blaine School for Girls in Scotland in the early 1930s, Jean Brodie’s young students hang on her every word as she blithely dismisses the standard curriculum to passionately expound on her own pet topics – from sexual freedom and Fascism, to herself and her romances. But when a love letter falls into the hands of the headmistress, the formidable Miss Brodie is taught her own bitter lesson.

  8. The Underpants by Steve Martin

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

    A respectable couple in 1910 is watching a parade when it happens – Louise’s undergarment accidentally falls down to her ankles. She pulls her bloomers right back up but now everyone is talking, and the scandal of it all threatens her husband’s career. Comedian Steve Martin adapts this classic German farce by Carl Sternheim – which was banned in 1911 – into a wild and ribald satire. “...laugh-out-loud funny…” NY TIMES

  9. Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie

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

    When a young married man spends many evenings with a rich older woman, he’s naturally the chief suspect when she’s found murdered. But the twists and turns of the plot – capped with an uncanny triple flip ending – have made this suspenseful thriller a classic, and one of the best plays ever written by Dame Agatha Christie.

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