Actors Theater of Minnesota
275 East Fourth Street, Suite 720
Theater company offering musical theater shows—as well as improv, open mic night, burlesque, and poetry slams—at Camp Bar and the Saint Paul Athletic Club’s grand ballroom.
Anodyne Artist Company
1410 Energy Park Drive, Suite 11
A visual and performing arts center focused on supporting artists with and without disabilities.
Bach Society of Minnesota
1043 Grand Avenue, Suite 229
Promoting the music of Johann Sebastian Bach through historically informed performances.
314 Chester Street
Ballet company offering four major pillars to its annual season: a fall concert in October; the classic Nutcracker in December; the Minnesota Dance Festival in April, including the staging of a classic ballet; and River Songs in the summer.
213 East Fourth Street
The Bedlam universe includes a wide range of theater, performance, cabaret, community, and creative collaboration.
Blank Slate Theatre
533 North Dale Street
Offering creative arts workshops and educational touring productions, this theatre collaborates with young artists to produce and perform dramatic works.
490 North Robert Street
Cabaret and live music in a downtown space featuring a back mezzanine lounge, distinctive performance space, and a baby grand piano.
Center for Hmong Arts and Talent (CHAT)
995 West University Avenue, Suite 220
The first Hmong arts organization in the United States, CHAT provides youth arts education and opportunities, empowers artists to challenge boundaries, and illuminates the Hmong American experience through artistic expressions.
1270 Montreal Avenue
A performing arts youth circus school offering training for ages 3 to 21. While encouraging individual strengths and abilities, Circus Juventas gives every child the opportunity to be in the spotlight.
677 North Hamline Avenue
A gathering place for creative expression through art that builds healthy community. Offering programs in music, dance, poetry, puppetry, and theater.
10 East Exchange Street
The city’s oldest theater, built in 1910, is home to A Prairie Home Companion and other Minnesota Public Radio staged productions.
Historic Mounds Theatre
1029 Hudson Road
An Art Deco landmark in Dayton’s Bluff featuring cinema, drama, music, dance, and other arts.
30 East Tenth Street
Excellent plays and musicals exploring Minnesota’s past, from frothy pop culture to weighty subjects such as war and slavery.
Interact Center for the Visual and Performing Arts
1860 West Minnehaha Avenue
Interact’s mission is to create art that challenges perceptions of disability. The theater produces two original, ensemble-generated stage productions each year.
16 West Fifth Street
Opened by Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists, the Lehr Theater serves as an instructional space for students to experience the artistic process. The theater also hosts professional dance, theatre, and musical ensembles.
Lex-Ham Community Theater
1184 Portland Avenue
Quality theatrical activities by and for residents of the Lexington-Hamline neighborhood and surrounding communities.
Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company
Highland Park Community Center Theater
1978 Ford Parkway
Rooted in Jewish content, MJTC productions welcome people of all cultural backgrounds. Performances are held at the beautifully renovated Highland Park Community Center.
308 Prince Street, Suite 190
Providing opportunities for the growth of music-theater artists who create new operas and innovative productions of existing work.
345 Washington Street
Minnesota’s premier performing arts center, the Ordway presents the finest in theater, music, and dance. The elegant space contains a 1,900-seat music theater, a 1,100-seat concert hall, and magnificent lobbies. It provides a performance home to the Minnesota Opera, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, and the Schubert Club.
St. Catherine University
2004 Randolph Avenue
Premiere venue for dance, music, and theater, with an emphasis on the innovative work of women artists and leaders.
205 Dr. Justus Ohage Boulevard
Come aboard the University of Minnesota Centennial Showboat for stand-up comedy and live theater.
Park Square Theatre
20 West Seventh Place
Exceptional theater in downtown’s Historic Hamm Building, staging favorite classics and fresh new stories.
270 North Kent Street
Producing theatre that illuminates the human condition through the prism of the African American experience. A highlight is the annual Black Nativity.
Saint Paul Ballet
1680 Grand Avenue
Classical ballet training (age 4 up to adult learners) and extraordinary performances.
Saint Paul Civic Symphony
Free symphonic concerts, featuring the music of past and present, in venues such as Landmark Center and Mount Zion Temple.
308 Prince Street, Suite B51
Studio Sendero is a music and dance collaborative studio in Lowertown. Home to Sendero Flamenco, it offers classes, workshops, performances, and other events in flamenco and more.
Landmark Center, Suite 224
75 West Fifth Street
Familiar operatic favorites and off-the-beaten-path adventures performed at the E. M. Pearson Theatre of Concordia University.
55 North Victoria Street
Youth-centered theater with classes and summer camps for children ages 3 to 16 and on-stage performances for ages 8 to 18. Plays are staged in a beautiful 430-seat theatre housed in a renovated former church.
Sundin Music Hall
1531 Hewitt Avenue
Home of Hamline University’s music ensembles and resident music series.
Teatro del Pueblo
209 West Page Street, Suite 208
Latino theater serving communities across the state with educational residencies and touring shows.
2121 West University Avenue
This 12-member, professional dance company celebrates diversity through the connective power of dance. The dancers perform at local venues such as the O’Shaughnessy and tour throughout the state.