Explore MN Theater Video Series


The Fitzgerald Theater in downtown St. Paul / Photo by Tylor Boland

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Explore MN Theater is a partnership between the Minnesota Theater Alliance and Explore Minnesota, sponsored by Twin Cities PBS. As part of this promotion, theaters across the state are giving away tickets to a variety of incredible productions. Enter today for your chance to win!

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Theatre B is an ensemble theater of 11 members that presents new and challenging work to the audiences of Moorhead.


Sod House Theater is a site-specific, traveling theater company that performs across Minnesota during the summer months. During its 2018 summer tour, Sod House visited Red Wing to perform a bluegrass adaptation of "An Enemy of the People" by Henrik Ibsen.


Theatre L'Homme Dieu in Alexandria brings live theater and performing arts to the lakes area during the summer months. Performers stay onsite during their week long runs and the community volunteers to help support the season of productions.


The Grand Marais Playhouse is a community theater in Grand Marais. Sue Hennessy the artistic and technical director of the theater was a carpenter for The Guthrie Theater in the Twin Cities for years, and teaches community members how to build the elaborate sets of a professional theater company.


Pangea World Theater and Teatro del Pueblo have had a partnership that has spanned the 10 years and countless productions throughout Minneapolis-St. Paul. One of their most recent collaborations has been a Latino Asian Fusion series, including the play Isla Tuliro: Island of Confusion written by Marlina Gonzalez.

Brainerd Community Theatre

The Brainerd Community Theatre, part of the Central Lakes Community Performing Arts Center, serves as a cultural hub for the Brainerd Lakes area.


Get an inside look at the renovation of the historic NorShor Theatre in Duluth.

Residents of "extreme rural" communities record their personal stories for an upcoming performance in Central and Northwest Minnesota


Once a year Winona hosts a professional Shakespeare Company Festival.


Two remarkable Minneapolis-St. Paul theater companies partner for the first time.