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The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas  
Old Log Theater The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
This happy go lucky view of small town vice and statewide political side-stepping recounts the good times and the demise of the Chicken Ranch, known since the 1850s as one of the better pleasure palaces in all of Texas. Governors, senators, mayors, and even victorious college football teams frequent Miss Mona's cozy bordello until that puritan nemesis Watchdog focuses his television cameras and his righteous indignation on the institution. Made popular by the Dolly Parton and Burt Reynolds movie, the play is a nostalgic look at a delicate subject, but there's nothin' dirty going on!
Charlotte's Web  
Old Log Theater Charlotte's Web
Based on E.B. White's award winning book, this delightful and touching story was named the Best American Children's Book of the past 200 years by The Children's Literature Association. It follows the friendship that develops between an extraordinary spider and her friendship with Wilber, and irresistible young pig. This heartwarming and funny adaptation is a great way to introduce youngsters to the fun and magic of live theater.
Choir Boy  
Guthrie Theatre Choir Boy
The Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys is dedicated to the creation of strong, ethical black men. Pharus is confident and charismatic, and he wants nothing more than to take his rightful place as leader of the school’s legendary gospel choir. But his differences lead classmates to lash out with slurs tinged with more than a little jealousy. Can he find his way inside the hallowed halls of this institution if he sings in his own key? From the writer of The Brother/Sister Trilogy (The Brothers Size, In the Red and Brown Water and Marcus; Or the Secret of Sweet) is this provocative new play featuring gospel music. The New York Times called Choir Boy “vivid, magnetic, and moving,” while Variety raved that the play “sings with smarts and heart.”
The Dinner Detective Interactive Murder Mystery Show  
Courtyard Marriott - Minneapolis Downtown The Dinner Detective Interactive Murder Mystery Show
A favorite across the country, The Dinner Detective serves up a tasty whodunit along with a seated four-course dinner. And since this popular comic murder mystery is set in the present day, you'll never know whether someone at your table is one of the talented cast of improvisers. In fact, everyone's a suspect, including you. The event starts out with a reception featuring tray-passed hors d'oeuvres, followed by the meal, which includes salad, an entrée and dessert. Between courses you can expect plenty of murder, mayhem and hidden clues coming to light as you puzzle through the crime. Everyone gets a commemorative mug, and the top sleuth wins a prize package at the end of the evening -- not to mention serious bragging rights. For more information and a sample menu, please see the full event description.
Don't Drink the Water  
Theatre in the Round Don't Drink the Water
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.
A Drinking Game Minnesota: Jaws  
Phoenix Theatre A Drinking Game Minnesota: Jaws
"This was no boat accident." Voted No. 1 comedy in Twin Cities by One Girl, Two Cities, this long-running fan favorite show finds the talented cast of A Drinking Game Minnesota delivering a new live staged reading each month -- and July's installment features their rendition of Steven Spielberg's thriller Jaws. Just in time for the 40th anniversary of its release, this horror classic will performed in full, complete with props, music, costumes, choreography and a bit of audience participation, all set to a drinking game, with beer and wine available for purchase at the venue. Stay out of the water, and head over to the Phoenix Theatre for Shadow Horse Theatre's presentation of A Drinking Game Minnesota: Jaws.
Mad Vax: Beyond Measledome  
Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre Mad Vax: Beyond Measledome
In "Mad Vax: Beyond Measledome," the cast will tackle some tough questions about modern society, while retaining the trademark hilarity and creativity of every Brave New Workshop show. Questions like: Where does personal freedom begin and end? Why do we look to celebrities instead of scientists for information? Could you take a look at this rash on our leg? These sketches and songs will skewer these issues and more in this satire of epidemic proportions.
Mary Poppins  
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres Mary Poppins
Based on the books by P.L. Travers and the classic 1964 Walt Disney film, the stage musical is a fusion of various elements from the two. This is the story of the Banks family when a new nanny, Mary Poppins, arrives on their doorstep at 17 Cherry Tree Lane in London. The family finds that Mary Poppins is the answer to their prayers, but in the most unique and marvelous way. Along the journey we find that even grown-ups can learn a lesson or two from the very special nanny who proposes that "anything can happen if you let it."
Masq: A Half Mask Commedia  
Phoenix Theatre Masq: A Half Mask Commedia
On February 25th, 1545, a troupe of comic actors officially became the first incorporated theater company, and commedia dell'arte, the Italian comedy form of masked character types, was born. This new form of comedy was so popular that it quickly spread through public squares and royal courts throughout Europe. Now Shadow Horse Theatre -- the only official participant of World Commedia Day in all of Minnesota -- returns to Phoenix Theatre with its new installment of this fun, bawdy genre. Masq: A Half Mask Commedia carries on the classic comedy tradition with an original show that's full of fun.
The Music Man  
Guthrie Theatre The Music Man
Summer isn’t complete without seeing a spectacular musical at the Guthrie. You know the story about the fast-talking salesman and his money-making scheme to form a boys band in small-town Iowa. (We love when he falls head over heels for Marian the librarian, who transforms him into an honest man.) But you’ve never seen it here and there’s no better time than the present to experience this all-American gem. Overflowing with heart and a parade of toe-tapping songs including “Goodnight, My Someone,” “Gary, Indiana,” “Till There Was You” and “Seventy-Six Trombones,” this Tony-winning classic is family entertainment at its best. Secure your tickets now or there may be trouble with a capital “T” when they become scarce!
Phoenix Cabaret  
The Arts' Nest at Phoenix Theatre Phoenix Cabaret
Storytelling and live music? Improv comedy and mime? Who knows what you'll experience at Phoenix Cabaret, the bimonthly variety show at Phoenix Theatre. Your host for this eclectic evening is charismatic local performer Willie Cherry, who oversees the evening's performances and keeps the show moving and the audience having fun. Each installment features new acts and fresh material, with some of the Twin Cities' most talented professional performers of virtually every conceivable genre showcasing their gifts and personal passionate projects. Along with comedy, storytelling and music acts, recent editions of Phoenix Cabaret have also included character acting, short films and dance.
Sherlock Holmes and the Ice Palace Murders  
Park Square Theatre Sherlock Holmes and the Ice Palace Murders
Guess who's coming to town. Why is a groom missing? Why did a bride discard her wedding gown? Why is there a dead body in the ice palace? The Winter Carnival mystery is hardly elementary, and Saint Paul needs Sherlock Holmes's legendary powers of deduction. Based on Larry Millett's lauded novel, this gleeful whodunit is both wholly original and an homage to all things Holmes
You Can't Take It With You  
Jungle Theatre You Can't Take It With You
Long before TV's Modern Family, there were the Sycamores, three generations living under one roof on New York's Upper West Side, determined to follow their bliss. After daughter Alice (Anna Sundberg) accepts straight-laced Tony Kirby's (Hugh Kennedy) marriage proposal, she must introduce her fiance's prim-and-proper parents to her rather more eccentric relatives. When the wildly different families meet, the worlds of the wealthy, uptight Kirbys and the off-kilter Sycamores collide. Universal and timeless, You Can't Take It With You is one of America's most beloved comedy classics.

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