Category Archives: Theatre

Page Series: Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad

Wednesday | February 20 | 6:30pm
Page Theatre | 700 Terrace Heights
pagetheatre.org/project/harriet-tubman/

This stirring drama with music is a classic tribute to the great American who freed herself and hundreds of her people from the bonds of slavery. As Harriet and her friend Sarah Bradford narrate her adventurous life, we share in the joys, sorrows, and challenges faced by this brave women who changed the world through her courage. This accurate and deeply moving musical history lesson is at turns inspiring, heartwarming, and comical, full of the good humor, determination, and charity of its subject.

This relaxed performance will feature limited sound and lighting effects as well as flexible seating options. Our staff will happily assist you in setting up your order and will work to accommodate any special requests or considerations. Please contact us for assistance at 507-457-1715 or tickets@smumn.edu.

All tickets to this performance are available on a “Pay What You Can” basis thanks to the support of WNB Financial.

A production of Virginia Repertory Theatre. Book and Lyrics by Douglas Jones. Music by Ron Barnett

The Performance Center at Saint Mary’s University is a member of the River Arts Alliance. To learn more about the benefits of membership, please visit: riverartsalliance.org/JOIN.

 

Page Series: ODC’s The Velveteen Rabbit

Sunday | January 27 | 3:00pm Page Theatre | 700 Terrace Heights pagetheatre.org/project/odc-velveteen-rabbit/ ODC/Dance brings to life Margery Williams’ classic tale of a well-worn nursery rabbit that becomes real. Told through music, dance, and a powerful narrative, The Velveteen Rabbit celebrates the unique relationship between a little boy and his stuffed rabbit, and the enduring… Continue Reading

Page Series: Places Please!

Saturday | November 10 | 7:00pm Saturday | November 10 | 9:00pm Valéncia Arts Center | 1164 W. Howard St. page.smumn.edu/project/places-please/ Come along on a zany trip brimming with playfulness and anxiety from life behind the scenes. Set backstage during the final moments before the curtain rises, this cabaret-style performance features a dance fanatic’s dream… Continue Reading

Page Series: Pinocchio

Wednesday | November 7 | 6:30pm Page Theatre | 700 Terrace Heights page.smumn.edu/project/pinocchio/ Based on Carlo Collodi’s classic Written and directed by Hugo Bélanger English Translation by Bobby Theodore A production of Tout à Trac in coproduction with Place des Arts and Tennessee Performing Arts Center Following the internationally acclaimed Alice in Wonderland, Tout à… Continue Reading

Gathering at the Library: Pinocchio

Saturday | November 3 | 12:00pm Winona Public Library page.smumn.edu/project/gathering-at-the-library-pinocchio/ Get ready for the Nov. 7 performance of Tout à Trac’s “Pinocchio: at this free, Pinocchio-themed story time featuring tales of the infamous puppet who struggles with the truth, as well as crafts and activities inspired by the story. Suitable for children in grades K-5… Continue Reading

HalloWeenona Revue

Saturday | October 27 | 7:00-8:30pm First Congregational Church of Winona, UCC 161 W Broadway St. (Johnson St. Canopied Entrance) theatredumiss.org/ Music, Stories, Film Shorts and More! Admission by free will donation ($10 Suggested) Costumes encouraged. Doors open at 6:30pm. Live and haunting chamber music starting at 6:45pm. Handicap accessible at the canopy on Johnson… Continue Reading

WSU Theatre & Dance: The Rocky Horror Show

Wednesday | October 17 | 7:30pm Thursday | October 18 | 7:30pm Friday | October 19 | 7:30pm Saturday | October 20 | 7:30pm WSU Performing Arts Center Vivian Fusillo Main Stage Theatre www.wsuartstickets.com This classic features sweethearts Brad and Janet on a whirlwind adventure. Stranded in a storm, the two stumble upon the mysterious… Continue Reading

Page Series: Manual Cinema

Sunday | October 7 | 3:00pm Page Theatre | 700 Terrace Heights page.smumn.edu/project/manual-cinema-end-of-tv/ With shadow puppetry, green screen technology, and live music, Manual Cinema creates a 21st Century take on the silent movie. The End of TV depicts the decline of an American rust belt city through the stories of Flo and Louise. Flo is… Continue Reading