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It’s Our 30th Year!

It was 1994. Summer. And Barbara Brooks took a big gamble. 

 

She knew the Twin Cities didn’t have a theater dedicated to Jewish themes or messages. 

So, she decided to start one and called it Minnesota Jewish Theater Company. 

 

And now, 30 years later, with a production count of 

115 plays and musicals, 5 commissions and 14 world premieres, Six Points Theater is thriving!

 

Over time, the theater and its productions have garnered several awards including 5 Ivey Awards, Broadway World Awards and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Arts Achievement Award, and many “best of year” and “top ten” inclusions by theater writers.

And Barbara has produced every production since 1995.

One fact we’re very proud of: Six Points Theater has operated debt-free since its inception.

Join us as we embark on our 30th year and a new season!

 

Six Points Theater's 2024-2025 Season

HERE’S THE SEASON/3-SHOW PACKAGE: 

 

Just for Us

Alex Edelman

Directed by JC Cutler

October 26 - November 10, 2024

The Messenger

by Jenny Connell Davis

Directed by Faye M. Price

March­ 8 - 23, 2025

 

An Act of God

by David Javerbaum

Starring Sally Wingert

May 3 -18, 2025

ADD-ON 

SURVIVORS

by Wendy Kout

Directed by Warren C. Bowles

Special Event Programming/Limited Run

January 23, 24 & 26, 2025: Highland Park Community Center Theater (Additional dates being booked at other sites)

ADDITIONAL PROGRAMMING:

POLITICS AND THEATER

Free and Open to the public – Reservations Required

Highland Park Community Center Theater

 

Political Writing by Jewish Playwrights

Monday, August 19, 2024, 7:30 p.m.

Actors will read scenes from plays by Arthur Miller and others.

 

What is Political Theater?

Wednesday, August 21, 2024, 7:30 p.m.

With Wendy Knox, Founder and Artistic Director of Frank Theatre

and Beth Cleary, Professor Emeritus of Theater, Macalester College

 

The Theatrics of Government

Thursday, August 22, 2024, 7:30 p.m.

With Hamline Distinguished University Professor David Schultz

and Capitol reporter and theater critic, Rob Hubbard

 

Celebrating Our Past - Looking Forward to Our Future

Six Points Theater in the News

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