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Open Window Theatre Season Tickets 2014-2015
Open Window Theatre (Metropolis Minneapolis Bldg)
Minneapolis, MN
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Open Window Theatre Season Tickets 2014-2015
Season 4 at Open Window Theatre features a diverse yet complimentary lineup of shows that deliver all of the substance, entertainment value, and exceptional quality you've come to expect from OWT!  You won't want to miss a moment of it and neither will your family and friends - even if they don't know it yet.  Season tickets make for a unique and exciting gift, and you can't beat the value!  Benefits include a savings of up to 37% off our regular ticket prices, 50% off concessions*, preferred reserved seating, VIP treatment, and of course an inspiring, life-enriching, redemptive, and intimate theater experience like none other.  So show your loved ones just how much you love them by giving the gift that keeps on giving from September through May.

DATE LISTED ON ORDER:  Disregard the date associated with your online season ticket order - it's simply the final date on which season ticket packages may be ordered this season.

DELIVERY & SEAT RESERVATIONS:  You do NOT need to know the dates you plan to attend at the time of purchase. You will receive your season tickets in the mail from Open Window Theatre approximately 3-7 business days from the date of purchase. The letter included with your tickets will describe your options for reserving seats for specific performance dates. Or you may simply call us anytime at 612-615-1515 and we will do it for you, even before you receive your ticket packet in the mail!

(*Limit 2 per show)

2014-2015 SEASON LINE-UP:

by Karol Wojtyla
(Pope St. John Paul II)
Adapted by Ted Davis
Directed by Jeremy Stanbary
September 26 - October 26

A great proponent of the arts in addition to being an accomplished actor, poet and playwright, Karol Wojtyla (Saint Pope John Paul II) penned several plays during his life and even co-founded an underground theater in Nazi occupied Poland during World War II. "The Jeweler's Shop" is his best-known play and a true work of art that probes the depths of human love, longing, brokenness, and ultimately, hope.

This profound drama explores the mysteries and pitfalls of love in the lives of three couples: a newlywed couple, a veteran married couple whose marriage is on the rocks, and then twenty seven years later the son of the first couple and the daughter of the second, now engaged to one another. The journey of each couple is touched and influenced by the enigmatic figure of the town jeweler. This timeless poetic drama was the subject of a 1989 film starring Burt Lancaster, Ben Cross and Olivia Hussey, and made its New York debut in 1994 Off Broadway.

by Jeremy Stanbary
Based on an essay by C.S. Lewis
December 5 - 30

An astute and humorous look at the traditions of "Exmas" and "Christmas" through the lives of the fictional inhabitants of the island of Niatirb (Britain spelled backwards).  This full-length theatrical adaptation of a little-known Christmas essay by C.S. Lewis brings out the full wit, charm, and inspiring self-examination that so characterizes his writing and creative genius.

by Graham Greene
Directed by Stephen O'Toole
February 13 - March 15

An unwanted son returns to his father's deathbed.  His mother will not permit him to see his father in his last moments, and he is estranged from every member of his family.  Why?  The key apparently is an event in the potting shed when he was 14 years old.  This taut, stirring psychological drama ran during the 1956 Broadway season to great acclaim and offers a thought-provoking look at the possibility of faith in a faithless world.

"Brilliantly effective, remarkably moving, enormously provocative..."  - New York Post

by Mark St. Germain
Directed by Jeffrey S. Miller
April 24 - May 24

In an imagined meeting between two of the 20th century's greatest minds, Sigmund Freud, suffering from terminal cancer, invites young professor C.S. Lewis to his London home for a surprising discussion.  As the two debate the most important questions of our existence in a witty, intellectual sword fight, their conversation ranges from God and morality to sex and the meaning of life.


"Open Window Theatre, led by Executive Artistic Director Jeremy Stanbary puts on beautiful productions that are engaging, inspiring, and provocative. . .I am now a huge fan."  - Will Prather, Ivey Awards Green Room Blog, 2014



Open Window Theatre (Metropolis Minneapolis Bldg) (View)
1313 Chestnut Ave., Ste 102
Minneapolis, MN 55403
United States

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