• Back for Summer!

    Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat begins May 22 and has been extended through July 27!

    One of CTC’s most successful productions returns this summer. From the moment the Cat’s tall, red-and-white striped hat appears around the door, Sally and her brother know they’re in for a zany, crazy-fun mess. Tickets start at $16.
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  • Dear Edwina Jr

    Follow the adventures of plucky advice-giver extraordinaire, Edwina Spoonapple, as she directs the neighborhood kids in a series of buoyant production numbers in the latest edition of her weekly "Advice-A-Palooza!” TAT's Junior Intensive. Read More
  • bare

    With a pulsating rock score, bare explores the intimate relationships between a group of high school seniors at a co-ed Catholic boarding school. Navigating the complex road from adolescence to adulthood, they discover the path to their identity, sexuality and faith in these contemporary times. TAT's Senior Intensive. Read More
  • CTC Survey

    A brief survey is now open to gather your feedback/suggestions as we move forward in planning for CTC’s 50th anniversary. We hope you will take a moment to help us. In thanks for sharing your thoughts, all survey participants will be entered into a drawing to win lunch at CTC with your favorite CTC Acting Company member. Read More
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    We invite you to join us for the 2014 - 2015 season, a journey into lands you've never been to and lives you will never forget.

    3 Pick subscription packages are now on sale! With the 3 Pick package, you can customize your season so it fits you just right. Find a full list of our subscription packages when you click through.
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  • Curtain Call Ball

    On Saturday, September 6th, fly to Neverland and join us at the 2014 Curtain Call(Tinker) Ball and “Off The Hook” Backstage Bash – CTC’s largest fundraising event of the season. You’ll be hooked from the start with the magic of the night. Don’t miss your chance to croc around the clock at this year’s Peter Pan-inspired Ball. Read More
  • Save the Date!

    Since 1997, Neighborhood Bridges--CTC's signature critical literacy program--uses storytelling, theatre and creative writing to transform students to become storytellers of their own lives. Critical literacy involves the analysis and critique of the relationships among texts, language, power, social groups, and social practices. It shows us ways of looking at written, visual, spoken, multimedia and performance texts in order to question, challenge and transform narrative. Read More
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    Most people don’t realize that ticket sales only covers 50% of our annual budget. Donations from our supporters account for the other half, allowing us to continue producing high-quality programming that is accessible to everyone in our community. Please consider making a gift today – every dollar counts. Read More
  • Best Theater!

    CityPages named CTC “Best Theater” in their annual “Best of the Twin Cities” edition, and CTC’s newest Acting Company member, Traci Allen Shannon, was named “Best Emerging Artist.” We’re thrilled and want to thank all of you for your support. It’s a happy way to celebrate our 48 year anniversary! Read More
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    CTC is so much more than a theatre. We are a community. Your experiences play a starring role in defining who we are. Please share with us your favorite shows, special memories, and amazing experiences. Your story could be elaborate or simple. It could be something that took place years ago, or an experience that happened yesterday.

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