Welcome, savvy theatre-goer! How do we know you’re so savvy? We can see it in your eyes. And the fact that you’re visiting our website is also a tip off.
Now that you’re here with all your savviness we are excited to introduce you to our 2013-2014 SEASON! As near the end of our third full season of shows as a professional non-profit theatre in the Twin Cities we couldn’t be more pleased with the momentum we have built up over the past three seasons, which is the result of an uncompromising high standard for production quality and great storytelling along with the faithful, enthusiastic support of our growing list of patrons. Thank you!
If you’ve experienced a show here before, becoming a part of our growing theater family, then you already know about the professional, intimate, and inspirational live entertainment we are committed to producing. For those of you not yet familiar with us, please allow a brief introduction from those who came before you. . .
WHAT AUDIENCES ARE SAYING
“This was the most fun I’ve had at the theater in quite a while. The ensemble cast were pure genius – well acted and staged. This show even had the kids in the audience smiling and laughing throughout…I wholeheartedly recommend the Open Window Theatre and look forward to seeing more of their upcoming productions.”
“Great acting and great theater! Can’t say enough about the actors making me feel like I was in the moment right where they were in the story. Nice theater and love that there is free parking. I would definitely go here again.”
“This was a very charming small theater. I really liked the atmosphere and the family feel of the people working and acting. You can tell they are truly passionate about making this company work and I think they are well on their way. The acting was very good and the staff was very friendly. I would definitely recommend the Open Window Theatre!”
“A very inviting space close to Lee’s Liquor Lounge. We both very much enjoyed the show. Full of fun and definitely recommended. Looking forward to our next show at the Open Window.”
“The acting was great for such a small, start up theatre.”