St. Paul is stacked with theaters. They range from artistic to musical to dance and even circuslike. Here is a list of a few worth checking out when you are in the St. Paul area.
Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul
The Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul has all kinds of shows being performed at any given time. The Fitzgerald Theater of St. Paul hopes to educate the people of St. Paul through an intimate mix of live theater and classes. You can make your way down to Cabaret at Camp and check out Uncle Floyd Improv. This show takes place once a month featuring the Uncle Floyd Improv Team performing short form improve sketches which is followed by a different local improve group showcasing long form improv scenes. Then, the two come together in a crescendo for an improv jam.
If you really want the St. Paul, MN experience you will love Bye Bye Liver-The Twin Cities Drinking Play. Bye Bye Liver focuses on the indulgences of a few drinks and the hilarious complexity between men and women during those situations.
Anodyne Artist Company
Anodyne is a performing arts center that focuses on supporting artists with and without disabilities through nourishing creativity and creative development. They take pride in promoting community well-being also.
The Anodyne will be hosting the New Art Show and Birthday Bash on August 18th from 1 to 6 p.m. BBQ will be served from 3 to 5 p.m., so come hungry. The Anodyne is also producing the show “It Could Be Worse, or Love at Frostbite” in the fall. Performance dates are Nov. 3, 4, 5, 10, 11,12,17,18. Curtain’s up at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $15.
Circus Juventas was inspired by local street performers in St. Paul, Minnesota and founded in 1994 when Dan and Betty Butler started Circus of the Star. Circus of the Star was an extremely popular after-school program which went from a St. Paul recreation center to the big top opening of Circus Juventas on July 9th, 2001. Circus Juventas is the largest performing arts school in North America training over 2,500 students and entertaining about 50,000 patrons per year.
- Spring Show 2018: Circus World Fair
The annual spring show at Circus Juventas takes place from April 25th to May 5th. Shows include the Yellow Show running on April 25th and 27th at 7 p.m. and April 28th at 1 p.m. The Blue Show runs on April 26th and 28th at 7 p.m. and April 29th at 1 p.m. The Purple Show has performances on May 3rd and 4th at 7 p.m. and May 5th at 1 p.m. All performances run 3 hours with a 20-minute intermission. Seating is limited so hurry up and visit the Circus Juventas box office for tickets.
St. Paul, Minnesota is a great home for many different kinds of theater and you’ll never find a shortage of wonderful events at the theater of your choice throughout the year.
***BONUS*** The Bell Museum is Coming Soon to St. Paul in the Summer of 2018.