Historic Orpheum Theatre910 Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55403
On Hennepin Ave in downtown Minneapolis between 9th and 10th Streets.Get Directions
The Historic Orpheum Theatre opened its doors in 1921 as a vaudeville and live presentation venue, with a capacity for 2,600 patrons. Vaudeville was king of the national touring entertainment circuit, and to accommodate these acts the Orpheum was equipped with an elevator exclusively for large animals. Through the years the Orpheum Theatre has been host to Big Bands, movie premiers, dance troupes, and touring Broadway productions. www.state-orpheum.com
Hours & DatesOrpheum Theatre box office is only open when shows are taking place. Tickets may be purchased at the State Theatre box office (805 Hennepin Avenue) across the street: Monday-Friday 10 am - 5 pm, Saturday 12-3 p.m.
varies, call for prices. Parking available at convenient surface lots and ramps.
- Accessible to disabled
- Can accommodate groups of 45 or more
The good thing is that the play started on time. However about 20 minutes into the show approximately 70 people came in looking for their seats with their camera flashlights on. maybe it’s because of...
— Jerry L, December 17, 2022
This is a beautiful old theater, but be aware that the balcony seats have zero leg room. If you are anywhere close to 6-ft tall your feet will be right up against the seat in front of you while the...
— Brian M, October 29, 2022
Saw Wicked in July 2022. Nearly front row, which is great for seats; not great for bathrooms. 15 minutes intermission is not enough time to get through the cramped halls, use those tiny bathrooms...
— John A, July 31, 2022
Some issues here but overall, an excellent venue for watching theater in the Twin Cities. Beautiful theater with classy interior. Good viewing from the front half of the main level or lower section...
— TravelingSoccerLoon, July 24, 2022
Just attended the Ron White farewell tour show, April 30, 2022. We are big Ron White fans and we were truly looking forward to a great show. We sat in the balcony section and the sound system was...
— minnesotam2022, May 1, 2022