It Runs in the Family
Directed by Robert Lee
Dates

September 29-October 2, 2016

Showtimes

Thursday-Saturday @ 7:30pm,

Sunday @ 2:00pm

Ball:
A Musical Tribute to my Lost Testicle
Dates

October 7 &8, 2016

Showtimes

7:30pm

School of Rock
Directed by Emily Lanik Parr
Dates

October 20-30, 2016

Showtimes

Thursday & Friday @ 7pm,

Saturday @ 1 & 4pm,

Sunday @ 2pm

Halloween Freak Out Double-Feature
Directed by Alec Schroeder
Dates

October 20-31, 2016

All shows @ 7:30pm

Showtimes

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Welcome to the Duluth Playhouse, one of the country’s oldest community theatres (we’re over 100 years old, and still performing strong)! We stage and perform exceptional live theatrical entertainment for all theatre-goers, from musicals to comedies to dramas to original works, it’s enjoyed by the very young to the young at heart. All ages and all tastes will enjoy something performed on our three stages: the Depot main stage, the Children’s Theatre, and the Underground Theatre. We offer a full experience with each show. From the moment you walk into the Playhouse, it will be a night of theatre and #playhousemoments to remember!

CONSTRUCTION AHEAD! If you’re coming to see It Runs in the Family, please allow extra time for parking and street closures. Much of Michigan Street is undergoing extensive construction, including directly in front of the Depot building. Sidewalk access to the building’s front doors are currently available, but there is no parking directly in front of the Depot. Access to the 6th Avenue West parking ramp is also open and available. This will impact arrivals to the Playhouse, so please allow you and your party extra time when coming to see the show. (Posted 9-29-2016)

 
 
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