What type of Shows and Programs are Found at Park Square Theatre?

Posted by Justin Havre on Wednesday, April 15th, 2015 at 2:14pm.

Park Square Theatre - Image Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/puroticorico/3612748240

The Park Square Theatre is your stop in Saint Paul to enjoy performance and theater. They work to enrich the community by producing live theatre that engages, touches the heart and delights audiences. They are located in the historic Hamm Building at 20 West 7th Place and can be accessed by street parking. If you want to check out the historic Park Square, in business since 1975, come see these upcoming performances.

About Park Square Theatre

The theatre opened as an 80-seat walk-up in the Park Square Court building before moving to the Hamm Building in 1997. Today they are the top employer of local stage talent in Saint Paul that offers an education program that is one of the two largest teen theatre audiences.

Their goal is to make Park Square the “theatre for you” by deepening relationships with the community and diverse artists. An extra stage has been built to allow for 200 seats to wrap around it known as “the new Andy Boss Thrust Stage” which offers a more intimate experience. The two stages host many school offerings which help about 40,000 young ones every year to be inspired.

Upcoming Performances

You can check out upcoming performances at 20 West 7th Place in Saint Paul, conveniently located on the pedestrian mall running from St. Peter to Wabasha between 6th and 7th. Upcoming shows for this season include:

  • The Language Archive
  • War With the Newts
  • The Illusion
  • Sherlock Holmes and the Ice Palace Murders
  • The Matchmaker

You can purchase tickets online, by phone or at the ticket office. The current show taking place is “The Other Place” until April 19th, a story about a successful neuroscientist whose life is unraveling as her career is having a breakthrough. She finds herself divorced, her daughter eloping and her health in danger as she finds her past colliding with the present.

Check out one of these upcoming performances at the Park Square Theatre in the beautiful Historic Hamm Building of Saint Paul.

Justin Havre

Leave a Comment