Ladies and gentlemen, may we have your attention puh-lease?

Before you attend the tale of Sweeney Todd in the evening or on a Sunday matinee, join us at the Greysolon Plaza for a filling brunch or dinner buffet that’s sure to quench your appetite; then make your way down the block to the NorShor Theatre to enjoy Stephen Sondheim’s delectable musical, directed by returning […]

What and Who is performing at ‘What She Said?’ Find out!

The celebration of original one-acts returns for its third 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 a preview of the selected short pieces, the […]

Encore! At The NorShor

Join us for a f-ABBA-ulous evening that not only supports our community theater bringing the best in live theatrical entertainment to Duluth since 1914, but also celebrates our first full year performing in our newest venue: the NorShor Theatre! WHEN: Saturday, March 16 TIME: The festivities begin at 6pm, and the show begins at 7:30pm […]

Announcing the #SSFF2019 short short finalists…

We’re thrilled to announce the finalists for #SSFF2019! These films (all 5-minutes or less) will be shown this Saturday, February 16 at the 14th Annual Short Shorts Film Festival, and we need *YOU* in the audience to choose the top three winners of the night! Now, without further adieu, here are the short short finalists: Canceled by […]

REVIEW: Playhouse cooks up a winner with ‘Don’t Dress for Dinner’

This review was written by Lawrance Bernabo and originally appeared on February 1, 2019, in the Duluth News Tribune. In Don’t Dress for Dinner, the French farce that returned to the NorShor stage Thursday night (1/31), Katy Helbacka makes two bold decisions as the director that could have thrown the production off the rails. Fortunately, she […]

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