April 26 – May 26

A literary and cinematic classic, The Lilies of the Field tells the story of an itinerant African American worker (circa 1950’s) who encounters a small group of East German nuns in a parched valley of the American Southwest. An Army vet and a Baptist, Homer Smith offers to help the struggling Roman Catholic nuns build a fence. The problem? They can’t afford to pay him. But the Mother Superior has something much bigger in mind. She believes Homer was sent to them by God to build a chapel.

Season 11 Announcement

We are thrilled to announce our incredible line-up of shows for our 11th producing season of professional, redemptive live theater in 2024-2025! Click below to learn more…

Youth Drama Camps

Our big summer musical may be full, but this June and July we’re also offering drama camps for youth of all ages, led by professional theater artist and educator, Damian Leverett! Learn more or register now…

Executive Director Search

We are excited to announce our search for a dedicated Executive Director at Open Window Theatre, relieving our founder Jeremy Stanbary of this responsibility, allowing him to focus more fully on the company’s artistic direction.

View the full job description and begin the application process here:

Like many a church, Open Window is a refuge from the world (and standard entertainment), while not abandoning discussions of the hard issues that get dealt with in the world…

Matthew Everett, Single White Fringe Geek

Donate Now

Did you know? 40% of our annual revenue comes from individual, charitable contributions. Our breakeven Season 10 fundraising goal is $250,000. Please consider a donation of any amount in Season 10 (2023-2024) to help us reach, and exceed, our goal.

Thank you for your generous support!


COR Patrons are monthly sustaining donors with VIP perks, including complimentary season tickets commensurate with donation level, no-fee ticket transfers, access to a VIP Lounge on opening weekends, free swag each season, one included concession item per visit, along with other special events & discount offers every season that you remain a sustaining donor. Join the family and help sustain our non-profit, redemptive mission in the arts!

…Open Window Theatre succeeded with an ambitious staging of this ritualistic 15th Century play [Everyman]. Director Jeremy Stanbary [brought] the original play to life for a modern audience.

Bev Wolfe, Twin Cities Arts Reader