Runs 135 minutes
- Opening night
Wayzata Community Church
125 Wayzata Blvd. Wayzata, MN
Free Admission - Ticket Is required
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Presented by Good Works Community Theater (at Wayzata Community Church)
Wayzata Community Church's own Good Works Community Theater is proud to present
our 20th Anniversary Production, BIG FISH!
Admission is free, however a ticket is required due to limited seating.
Head to www.wayzatacommunitychurch.org/community/theater/ for Ticketing information.
Big Fish is a heartfelt, powerful, and truly magical musical about families and community, and the stories that we use to define our identities. We hope you’ll consider making a splash with us in March 2020 as a part of this beautiful story that includes sweeping music, larger-than-life production numbers, and a reminder that life is not always about the destination, but the lessons you learn along the way and those who are on the journey with you.
Wednesday, March 18 – Sunday, March 22, 2020
7:00pm each evening, 2:00pm Matinees on Saturday and Sunday
For more information, contact Autumn Toussaint, Director of the Good Works Community Theater, at email@example.com, or 612-251-3396.
The Crane Theater
2303 Kennedy St NE #120 Minneapolis, Minnesota 55413
$5 - $20
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Presented by E/D
THE SHOW, a new contemporary performance by E/D, is a glitter bomb of feminine force that rips off the band-aid of pretense and lets the mess flow. Featuring E/D’s signature combination of journey, abstraction, and unforgettable imagery, THE SHOW is inspired by the angst of girlhood, the women we’ve always wanted to be, and how ugly things are always ugly, even when you cover them in sequins.
It’s loud. Unapologetic. Undeniably exciting. And is proudly made by women artists for everyone.
Created & Performed by Emily Michaels King and Debra Berger
All seating is general admission.
Opening Night: March 13
Pay What You Choose: March 16 and 18
Talkbacks: March 15, 16 and 18
Closing: March 22
Parking and the entrance to the theater are located at the back of the building. Look for the yellow door. There is also ample free street parking available in the evenings.
The Crane is a fully accessible venue. The main entrance is accessible via an external wheelchair lift. Once inside, the theaters, lobby, and restrooms are all at the same grade.
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