Nothing is Something — (Feb. 20 - March 8)
Tag along with a cantankerous drifter who chases his precious bouncing ball down a wormhole — and finds himself trapped in a mysterious workshop filled with wonders to be discovered and challenges to overcome. This playful and profound celebration of the riches of the imagination — how it grows, where it hides, and the places it can take us — is a metaphysical Marx Brothers routine of family-friendly physical comedy and object theatre. Is it Beckett for children or Mr. Rogers for adults? You be the judge.
Accidental Hero featuring Patrick Dewane — (Jan. 30, 7pm)
This amazing true story returns to the Twin Cities for one night only. In the final week of World War II, Matt Konop falls into a series of coincidences that bring him face-to-face with his true identity. Told by his grandson through a dozen different characters, rare film footage and vintage music, it is a show that has wowed audiences across the country and in Europe.
"An enthralling, humorous and heartwarming tale of miraculous escapes and astonishing coincidences." - Star Tribune
Recommended for ages 6 and up.