Music Box Theatre





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  Upcoming Events:

Opens April 23!

A Season for Vivaldi
by George Howard Lambert

A classy evening of theatre, dessert,

and a world premiere!

This new work combines the magic and importance of words with sparkling wit and nuance.

Stephanie, a pretty, man-hating (for which she has a good reason) actress finds herself at a party in the New York City apartment of Laurence, a young British literary critic, and his friend Pete, an aspiring poet. 

She becomes very distressed at finding herself more and more attracted to Laurence, and sets out to prove to herself that he is no different from other men. 

Or such is her intention...


Tickets Now On Sale

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  • Thursday, April 23 - 7:30 pm
  • Friday, April 24 - 7:30 pm
  • Saturday, April 25 - 7:30 pm
  • Sunday, April 26 - 3:00 pm


Ticket Pricing:

Regular: $23
Students w/ Valid ID: $18
Groups of 12 or more: $18

(dessert included)

April 3 - May 2

Michael Frayn's hilarious backstage farce:

a play within a play, where everything goes terribly wrong.


Performed by the students of

Main Street School of Performing Arts



& tickets at




  • Thursday, April 30 - 7:00 pm
  • Friday, May 1- 7:00 pm
  • Saturday, May 2 - 7:00 pm


Ticket Information:

Box Office: 612-874-1100


The box office opens 2 hours prior to each performance. (Exceptions may be noted for specific shows.)

Voice mail messages left at the box office at other times are returned on weekdays between
11:30 am and 3 pm
and when the box office opens.


Theater Address:

Music Box Theatre

1407 Nicollet Ave

Minneapolis, MN 55403


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About the Theater

  For Theater Rental Inquiries: or

612-874-1100 ext. 107


Located on the south end of Downtown Minneapolis, The Music Box Theatre has been a home for local, national and international entertainment since 1920. It is within walking distance of a multitude of dining options, ranging from fine dining to burgers and tacos to teppanyaki.

The Music Box Theatre was the original home of the highly-acclaimed comedy, Triple Espresso, which ran continuously at the theater from 1995-2008. Since then it has been hosting holiday season return performances of this popular show, typically between mid-November and early January.

The theatre seats 437 people, split between a balcony level and main floor, and hosts a variety of entertainment year-round.