Actors Theater of Minnesota
350 Saint Peter St., Ste. 254
Resident theater company offering annual (and extended!) seasons at the Lowry Lab and other venues.
825 Carleton St.
A visual and performing arts center especially for artists with disabilities.
The Bach Society of Minnesota
1043 Grand Avenue
Building a community to perform and promote the music of J.S. Bach.
249 E. Fourth St.
Creating and sharing dance artistry “that enriches the human spirit.”
213 4th St. E.
The Bedlam Universe includes a wide range of theater, performance, cabaret, community and creative collaboration.
Blank Slate Theatre
499 Wacouta St.
Collaborating with young artists to produce and perform dramatic works.
490 Robert St. N.
5000 square feet with a back mezzanine lounge, distinctive performance stage, and dance floor.
1610 Hubbard Ave.
Workshops and events, materials and support for young writers, dancers, visual artists, and performers.
Center for Hmong Arts and Talent (CHAT)
995 University Ave W., Ste. 220
CHAT empowers the local Hmong community through the arts.
1270 Montreal Ave.
Circus Juventas is a performing arts youth circus school located in St. Paul, Minnesota and serving the Twin Cities metro area. We offer youth circus arts training and performance opportunities for children and youth ages 3 to 21 in a safe and noncompetitive environment. While encouraging and helping to develop individual strengths and abilities, the professional staff at Circus Juventas gives every child the opportunity to be in the spotlight.
1043 Grand Ave., No. 358
Making classic and modern works from around the world accessible to modern audiences.
677 Hamline Ave. N.
A gathering place for creative expression through art that builds healthy community.
10 Exchange St. E.
The city’s oldest theater and home to A Prairie Home Companion.
The Gonzo Group Theatre
111 Kellogg Blvd. E.
Weird, different, and even dangerous.
2400 University Ave. W.
Intimate space for a “relevant, entertaining, and enjoyable theatrical experience.”
707 Minnehaha Ave. E.
An East Side performance space for artists and art lovers alike.
The Historic Mounds Theatre
1029 Hudson Rd.
An Art Deco landmark on Dayton’s Bluff that benefits Portage for Youth.
30 E. Tenth St.
Producing new works based on Minnesota’s past and the American experience; Sample Night Live the first Wednesday of the month.
250 7th St. E.
Vaudeville for the 21st Century.
16 Fifth Street
In accordance with the vision, The Lehr Theater serves as an instructional space and performance venue, providing a place for students to experience the artistic process firsthand. The theater is a project of Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists.
Lex-Ham Community Theater
1184 Portland Ave.
Quality theater activities by and for the residents of the Lexington-Hamline and surrounding neighborhoods.
Lowry Lab / Theater Space Project
350 Saint Peter St.
Offering affordable, convenient performance space in downtown Saint Paul.
Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company
1978 Ford Pkwy.
Performances at Hillcrest Center. “Igniting your mind by touching your heart (even if you’re not Jewish!)”
308 Prince St., Ste. 250
Dedicated to new operas and innovative productions of existing works.
St. Catherine University
2004 Randolph Ave.
An arts presenter and rental hall for every type of performance.
Ordway Center for Performing Arts
345 Washington St.
Broadway-style shows, music, and dance.
Padelford Packet Boat Company
Come aboard the Showboat for stand-up comedy and live theater.
Park Square Theatre
20 West Seventh Place
Exceptional downtown theater staging favorite classics and fresh new stories.
Penumbra Theatre Company
270 Kent St. N.
Illuminating “the human condition through the prism of the African American experience.”
Prospero Theatre Company
Twin Cities Friends Meetinghouse
1725 Grand Ave.
A band of budding theatre artists whose "revels are just beginning."
Saint Paul City Ballet
1680 Grand Ave.
Classical training and extraordinary performances.
Saint Paul Civic Symphony
Free concerts featuring the music of Masters past and present.
153 E. 10th St.
Traditional flamenco dance and acoustic guitar.
Landmark Center, Ste. 414
75 W. Fifth St.
Familiar favorites and “off-the-beaten-path adventures” at the E. M. Pearson Theatre of Concordia University.
55 Victoria St. N.
Youth-centered theater art for family entertainment that feeds the mind.
Sundin Music Hall
1531 Hewitt Avenue
Home of Hamline University's music ensembles and resident music series.
Teatro del Pueblo
209 Page St. W., Ste. 208
Serving communities across the state with educational residencies and touring shows.
2121 University Ave. W.
Celebrating diversity with the connective power of dance.