Shutdown ‘Devastating’ for Local Theatres

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted more than just businesses across the Northland. Non-profit organizations have also been hit hard. Audiences can’t fill theatre seats. That means organizations like the Duluth Playhouse haven’t had their primary revenue source for the last two months. “When we had projected $1.2 million in ticket sales, it’s apparent that’s about […]

Connection is so important and we look forward to seeing you again…

Dear Friends, We hope you are all safe and healthy. We miss you! There is no such thing as theatre, without you, our beloved audience. We look forward to seeing you as soon as it is safe to do so again. We are very sad to inform you upcoming productions and events across our three […]

Our classes are going virtual

What a couple of weeks it’s been! We know you’re as eager as we are to keep everyone safe and healthy while also finding ways to give your families a sense of normalcy in these crazy times. As many of you know by now, we have postponed all Playhouse productions across all three of our […]

A message from the Playhouse regarding COVID-19

Dear Playhouse Patrons, Your health and well-being are our first priority here at the Duluth Playhouse. We realize the recent news of the coronavirus (COVID-19) may have you thinking about attending upcoming events. We wanted to give you an update on Playhouse activities at this time. There are no changes to our performance calendar. All […]

Announcing the ‘What She Said’ Festival play selections

The celebration of original plays and monolouges written by women (and only women) returns for its fourth year! Written by women from all over the country, directed by women from across the Twin Ports, and performed by local community actors, this short play festival highlights the female voice and everything it has to say. Below, enjoy […]

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