A Note from the Director of ‘A Christmas Carol’

“A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens is perhaps one of the most popular stories of the Christmas season.  Dickens published his novella in the late fall of 1843.  Meant as a quick means to make a little money, it turned out to be arguably his most popular piece of fiction.  Over the years there have […]

A Note from the Director of ‘Rumors’

  “I’ll be directing Rumors in the fall and after directing a string of heavy dramas, I’m looking forward to some farce and frenzy. I’m looking for actors who love to play big and bold physically and emotionally.” — Julie Ahasay It’s a farce. It’s a mystery. It’s the worst party ever. “Light, frothy and fun.” […]

In The Spotlight: Nancy Gregg

With every Main Stage production, we like to highlight an artist who has not only been involved with the show but has also made an awesome impact on the Playhouse. From the set to costumes to lights, a lot of hard work goes into each production behind-the-scenes weeks before that opening night performance (and a lot of […]

REVIEW: ‘La Cage’ will win your heart

Musicals are often about falling in love, but rarely about being in love. La Cage aux Folles, which opens April 20 at the Playhouse, is about the latter. There is something wonderful about seeing two people so deeply in love, and even with all the hysterical drag queens running around on stage, ultimately La Cage […]

Meet Tod Petersen in LA CAGE AUX FOLLES

For our musical production of La Cage Aux Folles, the Duluth Playhouse is proud to welcome visiting guest artist, Tod Petersen, to our stage for the first time! Tod is an actor, director, writer and teacher based in the Twin Cities, and has performed in a plethora of venues across the metro area. He was […]

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