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CA: Cabaret | CO: Comedy | DR: Drama | HI: History | O: Opera | MU: Musical
MY: Mystery | TR: Tragedy | CH: Children | HS: High School
CL: College | HO: Holiday

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Type Play Theatre City
DRThe Testament of Mary by Colm ToibinLoudmouth Collective@ Open Eye Figure TheatreMinneapolis
Performance Date(s):April 24, 2017 - 8:00 PM
Address:506 E 24th Street
Tickets:Purchase Tickets Online
Box office phone:(651) 243-0250
Ticket prices: One Ticket: $20 One Ticket w/ Fringe Button: $15 One Ticket on PWYC night: Pay what you can. It’s all in the title. Ten or more Tickets on any night: Contact us or call (651) 243-0250 for a group rate!
Description: Years after her son's death, Mary, mother of Jesus, is visited by the Gospel writers seeking the truth. In an honest, insightful, and moving first-person narrative, Mary recounts her son’s final days. The Testament of Mary provides a stunning glimpse into the heart and mind of a grieving mother as she’s left with the question: was it worth it? The Testament of Mary is a production by Loudmouth Collective. For more information please follow this link:
DRWhen We Dead AwakenCommonweal Theatre CompanyLanesboro
Performance Date(s):April 24, 2017 - 1:30 PM
Address:208 Parkway Ave. N
Tickets:Purchase Tickets Online
Box office phone:800.657.7025
Ticket prices: $15 - $35 General Admission seating only.
Description: Sculptor Arnold Rubek has it all: fame, fortune, a beautiful young wife. Yet his work has descended into mediocrity, and his life has sunk into a pit of boredom. A chance encounter with his muse – the model for his masterpiece and the only woman he ever loved – ignites in him the passions he has long stifled. Art and life play out their conflict as Rubek searches for the man he once was, the artist his muse once inspired. Subtitled “A Dramatic Epilogue,” Ibsen’s final play is also the last in our series of adaptations by playwright Jeffrey Hatcher.

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