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  2023 - 2024 Season


Sandra Day O’Connor was an extroverted Westerner who grew up on a ranch. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an introverted, opera-loving New Yorker. Despite their differing backgrounds, methodologies, and political leanings, a friendship was forged between these first two women justices who fought for equity and changed the legal status of the American woman. A new play by an Emmy and Peabody award-winning writer and lawyer, based on the award-winning book of the same name by Linda R. Hirshman. 

Season subscriptions are on sale for those who attended Sisters in Law. Call 651-647-4315 for details.  


World Premiere

Spawned from what many would say is William Shakespeare's most controversial play, this modern rendering is a dark comedy that takes place where The Merchant of Venice leaves off. In it, banished Shylock returns to see his daughter, Jessica, who is now settled into a happy Christian marriage. Their reunion sets them both on a journey of personal discovery and identity. This exciting new play explores themes of anti-Semitism and faith, and the many facets of Shakespeare's most iconic characters. 
"Having previously played Shylock at the Guthrie Theater, I look forward to revisiting Shakespeare's world, reuniting with my daughter, and rediscovering our banished Jewish identity."   - Robert Dorfman

Season subscriptions are on sale for those who attended Sisters in Law. Call 651-647-4315 for details.  


Arnold Beckoff is a drag queen in NYC. What does he want in life? Happiness! A husband, a child, and respect from his Jewish mother! Taking place in the 1970/80s, the award-winning comedy Torch Song Trilogy helped set the stage for the emergence of gay rights and the fight for human dignity. Updated by the playwright in 2017, with tenderness and great humor, Torch Song reminds us how fragile those rights remain.

Season subscriptions are on sale for those who attended Sisters in Law. Call 651-647-4315 for details.  


Elise Cole, Stand-up Comic

An Evening with Elise Cole, Stand-up Comic 

Thursday, August 17, 2023, 7:30 

Ticket price is $15 with subscription purchase (savings of $5). 

Elise Cole is an Iranian-Jewish stand-up comedian who has headlined at House of Comedy and other venues. She is the youngest child in her blended Persian-Jewish and Irish-Catholic family. She treads the strange abyss between Jews and Catholics, Gen-X and Millennials, marriage and motherhood. Her debut album, Real Hot Dumb Dumbs, explores the challenges of parenting and stand up in the fluid landscape of the 21st century. Join us for a new experience at Six Points Theater as we ride the roller-coaster of life, marriage, motherhood, and being Jewish.


Joining Elise will be Emcee Robert Baril, a nationally touring headliner hailed by the Star Tribune as “the sharpest political commentator [in] the Twin Cities.”


And special guest Jesse Jacobs, a new dad, a doctor by day and a rising comedic star by night! 

Place your order by calling 651-647-4315.


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Box Office

Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Contact: 651-647-4315

Box office is open 45 minutes prior to a performance.

All sales are final.




⦁ We accept cash, check, VISA and MasterCard. We are unable to hold unpaid reservations. Six Points Theater does not offer compensation for missed performances or refunds on ticket purchases.

⦁ Six Points Theater maintains a policy of not cancelling performances due to inclement weather or other conditions.




All sales are final, however tickets can be exchanged for another performance of the same show if needed. Exchanges will be accepted up to 24 hours prior to the originally scheduled performance. Tickets may not be exchanged after the original performance. Exchanges are $5.00 per order (waived for Season Subscribers).

⦁ All ticket exchanges must be made by calling the office 651.647.4315. If you reach the Box Office voicemail, please leave a message with all the necessary information, and we will call you back to complete/confirm the exchange.

⦁ If you move to a performance with a different ticket price than the original date, you will be responsible for the financial difference (if any) between the two performances. Refunds are not given when exchanging to a less expensive performance.

⦁ If a subscriber wishes to allow a third party to utilize their ticket, the subscriber themselves must call to provide the details of the exchange including contact information, the date of which they would like to switch the ticket, and payment (if applicable).

All exchanges are subject to availability. There are no refunds.

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