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Renegade-ism: Artists on the Edge

From February 13 – 29, 2020, Pillsbury House Theatre will premiere three brand-new works by independent artists, titled Renegade-ism: Artists on the Edge. Renegade-ism (n): The creation of art outside of an institutional setting, or three weekends of performances featuring local independent artists. During Renegade-ism, nothing is off the table. Join us for three weekends […]

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Sara Richardson, Audrey Park, & Ashawnti Sakina Ford  in She Persists: The Great Divide III. Photo by Rich Ryan.

Announcing Our 2020 Season!

We couldn’t be more excited to announce our 2020 season! The lineup includes the world premiere of Renegade-ism: Artists on the Edge, Christina M. Ham’s play with music, Nina Simone: Four Women, and the world premiere of Flip the Script: The Great Divide IV. Though they differ in subject, time and place, the productions in […]

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Centerstage: Advanced Memoir for Adults 55+

Have you dabbled in memoir work? Wondering how to get your story out, how to get it heard? Please join us for a free 8 week class, featuring fun ice-breaker activities, prompted memoir writing, and practice sharing our stories, culminating with a reception on August 24. Taught by Dr. Louis Porter. WHEN: Saturdays starting June […]

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Stephen Yoakam and James A. Williams in Blood Knot. ©2019 RICHRYAN

Blood Knot Comes to Pillsbury House Theatre

  From May 17 – June 16, 2019, Pillsbury House Theatre will produce Athol Fugard’s Blood Knot, a parable of two brothers who share a one-room shack near Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Equally important today as it was at the time of its 1961 premiere, Blood Knot is a poignant, piercing metaphor for racial tension, […]

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Announcing Our 2019 Season!

We’re thrilled to announce our 2019 season, including the world premiere of She Persists: The Great Divide III; Athol Fugard’s masterful work Blood Knot; and the regional premiere of Talvin Wilks’s new work, Jimmy and Lorraine: A Musing. Though they differ greatly in place and time, the plays of our 2019 season find common ground […]

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