|Address:||20 W 7th Pl, St Paul, MN 55102, USA|
I just saw the preview of Sons of the Prophet and even though the story had substance, humor and depth of character , the cast was good, and I did not appreciate the erotic scene with the two homosexual characters! I think the idea could have been conveyed without the visual especially for your audience! This is not what the majority of this audience wants to see...I heard a lot of whispering around where I was sitting and obviously many people were uncomfortable! What people do behind close doors is one thing, but when its put in front of us without a choice is not right! Thanks
A welcoming and wonderful experience. We recently saw a play here which was a modern mystery twist on Sherlock Holmess Watson; the play was fabulous. Being it was our first visit we had concern about accessible seating, they were completely accommodating. Also we turned up later than expected after finding parking and again they were accommodating. We were able to quickly get out tickets and be seated with minutes to spare before the play began. We will definitely be returning to Park Square Theatre!
Many theater groups are hosted by the Park Square Theatre. The performances are always heartfelt, sometimes life changing, making this a cornerstone of the first rate Twin Cities theater scene. St Paul is popping. Across the street is the soon to open concert venue, Palace Theatre — a 1916 vaudeville stage mostly shuttered since 1977. Around the corner from Candyland, a must (just try not to) treat.
“An awesome theatre with great shows” I have been to PST three times and have had an exceptional time on every occasion. The shows are excellent and I love that the theatre offers discount nights so its easier to attend on a budget. Awesome, awesome night out!
I attended a production at Park Square Theatre and was pleased to discover a little gem in downtown St. Paul. I have since subscribed to additional shows. The theater is intimate and easily accessible and the productions are first rate.
Great show! Intimate theater, so not a bad seat in the house. Ticket prices are a bit high. They make a strong effort at being accessible, including a video on their website on their accessible features.
Fabulous performance, not disappointed. Staff very pleasantly and professionally exchanged our tickets for todays performance after we inadvertently came to the theatre a week early!
Honestly I would go back everyday to watch a performance! St. Paul is so pretty and the theatre is beautiful! I recommend this theatre to anyone, it was definitely worth my time!
"Shooting Star" A wonderful experience. Thoughtful, well-acted, well produced and staged. Wingert and Benninghofen were great. The staging for this theater space was just right.
What a wonderful place to visit. See a show, learn something new and get entertained! LOVE the new Andy Boss Thrust Stage. Wonderful space and a gem in Saint Paul.
Saw "Nina Simone: Four women" here. The theater was cozy, acoustics were phenomenal, and the performance was great. Will be returning.
A really great place to see shows - everyone from my grandma to the kids I know love it. Comfy seats and great productions.
D J Collyard
I have seen several productions here over the past couple of the years - all very well done, well acted. Nice theater.
I saw House on Mango Street and it was great, the seats are comfortable and the staff is very nice
Took students here to see Romeo and Juliet. Very nice performance and friendly helpful staff.
Romeo and Juliet was fantastic shouts out to mercutio and the real mvp capulet.
Always great theater. Some performances really make you think.all good seats
Quality performances and friendly staff. I always enjoy my time here.
Great space to see performance in an intimate setting.
Great place to attend, great place to work. I dig it.
Well done. Might as well be dead was a fun play.
I like this place because it speaks history.
Very impressed with this little theater.
its a homey theater. loved the play
Good theatre but the play was bad.
Great variety of shows to see!
Awesome play theatre
A Private User
Ragtime the best