What You'll Get
- $19 for one general-admission ticket (up to $29 value)
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Clue: The Musical (Taylors Falls Memorial Community Center; June 18–August 14)
This guffaw-inducing murder mystery brings the famed board game to life with comic shenanigans, sprightly songs, and 216 possible endings. Breaking down the fourth wall, three audience members start the show by taking confidential cards that help piece together the mystery’s answer. From there, colorful characters scheme and sing while audience members determine who killed Mr. Boddy, what room they did it in, and how many bullets can fit in a candlestick.
Private Lives (Franklin Square Black Box; July 2–August 21)
Each on their own honeymoon, a divorced couple realizes that they have rooms adjacent to each other—and that they still have feelings for each other, despite how turbulent their marriage was. This play is great for fans of Wildean comedies of manners and risqué love scenes.
Steel Magnolias (Taylors Falls Memorial Community Center; July 23–August 20)
Taking place entirely in a small-town Louisiana beauty shop over three years, Steel Magnolias follows the friendship of six women as they meet regularly to discuss both the good and bad parts of their lives. This sisterhood shows its worth when an unexpected tragedy strikes, forcing the women to find their inner steel and call on each other for strength, warmth, and much-needed humor.
The Fine Print
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About Festival Theatre
It's not enough for Festival Theatre to make the arts accessible to everybody from theatrical newbies to veteran aficionados; it also strives to make them as essential to the community's wellbeing as oxygen and hug depots. Succeeding in that mission since it opened in 1990, it has entertained and enlightened thousands with big productions of Broadway musicals, off-Broadway dramas, and children's shows. Festival Theatre's commitment to making art essential has led to praise from Stage Directions Magazine, which hailed Festival Theater as one of the top 10 theaters in America making a difference for their community.