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Is what we have ever enough? 


Two couples from very different worlds experience the pleasures and challenges of commitment. But when disagreements and deceptions begin to unravel their relationships, they must decide how to achieve happiness. This new play by Anna Ziegler, author of Six Points Theater hits Actually and Photograph 51, “sparkles” (New York Sun).


Join us for these entertaining and educational programs in

conjunction with The Wanderers. Free and open to the public,
but reservations are required. Call 651-647-4315.​


 Meet the Actors 

SUNDAY, MAY 7 after the 1 pm performance

- with Avi Aharoni, Lynda J. Dahl, Amanda Cate Fuller, Lea Kalisch and Tony Larkin

​⦁ Marriage, Race and Religion - CLE - 1.0 Elimination of Bias Credit Applied For

SUNDAY, MAY 14 after the 1 pm performance

- with Marshall Tanick, moderator, Cathy Gorlin, family law attorney, Karen Bryant, immigration law attorney, Tina Sacin, Twin Cities and St. Cloud based marriage counselor and therapist, and Rabbi Menachem Mendel Feller, Director of the Upper Midwest Merkos Chabad Lubavitch and  Lubavitch House

Individual Producer
Ann Wynia
Producers Circle
Barry and Rena Glaser




Avi Aharoni (Schmuli) is excited to be back at Six Points Theater where his credits include Two Jews Walk Into A War…,Shul, Natasha and the Coat, and his self-written, filmed production of the one-man show, Operation: Immigration, subsequently retitled My Father's Son, which won the Golden Lanyard Award at the 2019 Minnesota Fringe Festival. Locally he’s also worked with Guthrie Theater, Transatlantic Love Affair, Park Square Theatre, Dark & Stormy Productions, Theater Latté Da, Playwrights’ Center, Pillsbury House Theatre, Off-Road Shakespeare in Seattle, The Guild Theatre in Israel, among countless others. 

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Lynda J. Dahl (Sophie) is delighted to be returning to Six Points Theater after making her debut in Groupthink. Her recent performances include Theatre Pro Rata’s By the Bog of Cats and Convent of Pleasure as part of the Minnesota Fringe Festival, True West and Death of a Salesman with St. Croix Festival, Trust at The Lab Theater, and When We Were Young and Unafraid with Persistent Theatre Productions. Film credits include features Faerie and Twin Cities

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Amanda Cate Fuller (Julia Cheever) is excited to be back at Six Points Theater having appeared in Hanukkah Lights in the Big Sky.  She's the artistic director of The Gray Mallard Theater Co. (Minneapolis, Minn.). She spent a decade on the East Coast, where she performed for Shakespeare in the Park (The Public Theater), Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (Boston, Mass.), The Drilling Company (New York, N.Y.) and The Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater (Wellfleet, Mass.). Training: MFA The New School for Drama, University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program. 

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Lea Kalisch (Esther) is thrilled to return to the Six Points Theater stage having last been in The People's Violin. Lea is a Swiss Jewish international touring actress and singer. She performs a variety of concerts in the Twin Cities, on the East Coast and across Europe. Lea works with the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene and has starred in multiple Off-Broadway shows. Theater credits include Awake and Sing, God of Vengeance, Between the Threads, Bad Jews, and The People's Violin. In 2022 she released her debut album In Love With A Dream! Lea is honored to be a Minnesota Jerome Hill Artist Fellow 2023-25 in the theater field.  


Tony Larkin (Abe) was last at Six Points Theater in The People’s Violin playing several characters. Previously, he was in Significant Other. A recent transplant from Atlanta, Tony's been working in professional regional theater for the past 30 years, beginning at age 10, when he was in the national tour of Camelot. Since then, he's worked all over. Most notably: Alliance Theatre (Atlanta, Ga.), Jewish Theatre of the South (Dunwoody, Ga.), New Repertory Theatre (Watertown, Mass.), Acorn Theatre (New York, N.Y.), Bank Street Theater (New York, N.Y.), Highlands Playhouse (Highlands, N.C.), Penobscot Theatre Company (Bangor, Maine), and many others.

Production Artists

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Miriam Monasch (Director) comes back to Six Points Theater having won a coveted Ivey Award for her direction of Our Class by Tadeusz Slobobzianek. She also directed the world premiere of Natasha and the Coat by Deborah Stein, and My Name is Asher Lev by Chaim Potok, adapted for the stage by Aaron Posner. Miriam acted in three Six Points Theater plays as well. She worked as a director, actor and occasional playwright for more than 40 years. Other directing credits include Commonweal Theatre, Theatre in the Round, Theatre Unbound, Santa Cruz Theater Company, and University of Minnesota.  She holds an ABD/PHd in Theater Arts from the University of Minnesota where she studied with Charles Nolte and Stephen Kanee.  

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Rick Polenek (Scenic Design) returns to Six Points Theater having previously designed props for Two Jews Walk Into A War…, Shul and The Whipping Man and scenery for Chanukah in the Dark. Rick has been active in the Twin Cities’ theatre and design communities for over 50 years as a scenic designer, exhibition designer, commercial art director and college instructor. Recent projects include A Servants' Christmas at History Theatre and Beauty and the Beast at Ordway Center.

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A. Emily Heaney (Costume Design) is with Six Points Theater for the first time. She has costumed shows for theaters around the Twin Cities, including Park Square Theatre, Lakeshore Players Theatre, Gremlin Theater, Walking Shadow Theatre Company, Shakespeare & Company, and Theatre in the Round. Regionally, she has worked for Paul Bunyan Playhouse (Bemidji) and Pioneer Place on Fifth (St. Cloud). Emily is the National Costume Rental Coordinator at Norcostco

in Golden Valley.


Todd M. Reemtsma (Lighting Design) is delighted to return to Six Points Theater having previously worked on Two Jews Walk Into A War... Chanukah in the Dark, The People's Violin, Operation: Immigration and Significant Other. He has designed lighting for American Repertory Theatre-Director’s Lab (Cambridge, Mass.), Gallery Players (Brooklyn, N.Y.), and Footsteps Theater Company (Chicago, Ill.), as well as St. Croix Festival Theatre (St. Croix Falls, Wis.), for Man of La Mancha, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.


Anita Kelling (Sound Design) returns to Six Points Theater where she last worked on TRAYF, Two Jews Walk Into A War…, all three plays for the New-Play Reading Festival: The Book of Vashti, Book of Hours and Groupthink, and Chanukah in the Dark. She has also designed for Park Square Theatre, Mixed Blood Theatre, Girl Friday Productions, Prime Productions, Theater Mu, Walking Shadow Theatre Company, Yellow Tree Theatre, Stage North Theatre Company, Freshwater Theatre, Theatre in the Round, 20% Theatre Company, The Chameleon Theatre Circle, Normandale Community College, and SteppingStone Theatre. Anita holds a BA in Theatre Arts from the University of Minnesota.


Bobbie Smith (Property Design) is back at Six Points Theater after designing props for TRAYF. He has designed props for more than 21 shows at Theatre in the Round, most recently Perfect Arrangement, and stage-managed three others. Locally, he has stage-managed for Gray Space Performance Company, and has designed props for Sidekick Theater, Walking Shadow, and Tedious Brief Productions. In Salt Lake City, Bobbie was resident stage manager for Children’s Theater at Promised Valley Playhouse. Bobbie has a degree in radio and TV broadcasting.


Tom Burgess (Projection Design) is pleased to be returning to Six Points Theater after working on Groupthink and Chanukah in the Dark. He's faculty and Technical Director for Normandale Community College. Tom's been a set designer and technical director for the Guthrie/BFA program and the Guthrie Experience programs and has been a properties artisan for the Guthrie’s productions of His Girl Friday, The Great Gatsby, and The Real Thing. He's also worked at Penumbra Theatre and most recently, he’s designed and built the original dance theatre piece, Take Me Home, in collaboration with Noelle Bohaty and the University of Nebraska,


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Timothy M. Payton (Technical Director) is returning to Six Points Theater for his eighth production. He’s currently the set designer and technical director for Saint Paul Central High School. He’s also a set designer with the Young Artists Initiative and Lex-Ham Community Arts, both in St. Paul. Over his 25-year theater career, Tim has performed many technical backstage functions. 


Miranda Shunkwiler (Stage Manager) returns to Six Points Theater after working on TRAYF, Uncle Philip's Coat, Groupthink, the New-Play Reading Festival, Chanukah in the Dark, and The People's Violin. Born and raised in the Twin Cities, she has been blessed to be a part of the theater community, working with companies such as History Theatre, New Native Theatre, Stages Theatre Company, Minneapolis Musical Theatre, Classical Actors Ensemble, and many more. 

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André Johnson Jr. (Assistant Stage Manager) is excited and honored to work with Six Points Theater again having previously worked on TRAYF.  He has worked as a Stage Manager in the Twin Cities for eight years for companies such as The Winding Sheet Outfit, Theater Pro Rata, Transatlantic Love Affair, and more.

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Anna Ziegler’s (Playwright) plays include the widely produced Photograph 51 (West End, directed by Michael Grandage and starring Nicole Kidman; named the number one play of 2019 by the Chicago Tribune; winner of London’s WhatsOnStage Award for Best New Play; available on

Audible; published in Methuen Drama’s Modern Classics series), The Last Match (Roundabout; Old Globe; Writers Theatre), The Wanderers (Old Globe; Roundabout; City Theatre; Gesher Theater (Israel); Ernst Deutsch Theater (Germany), Actually (Geffen Playhouse; Williamstown; Manhattan Theatre Club; Trafalgar Studios in London and many more; L.A. Ovation Award winner for Playwriting for an Original Play). She holds commissions from Roundabout Theatre Company, Second Stage Theatre and Grove/Whitman Productions. Bloomsbury/Methuen Drama has published two collections of her work entitled Anna Ziegler: Plays One and Anna Ziegler:

Plays Two.


We’re back in our theater home:

Highland Park Community Center

1978 Ford Parkway St. Paul, MN, 55116

Free and easy parking

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