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Featured Theater Experiences

The Twin Cities theater scene offers a wide variety of performances and experiences for Project Success students and their families. Every family gets up to 4 free tickets to each performance of their choosing. So that you can relax and enjoy the performances, FREE transportation can be provided as needed to all shows by our volunteer drivers. Additionally, childcare services will be at the majority of shows as requested. Just let us know during your registration or call us to make the arrangement at (612) 874-7710. 

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We utilize the power of theater and the arts to inspire, build community, act as a springboard for discussion and encourage students to tell their own stories.


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Friday, February 03 2023 at 7:00 pm
In partnership with: Stages Theatre Company

Sugar in Our Wounds

2 Performances starting 02/21/2023
In partnership with: Penumbra Theatre


2 Performances starting 02/16/2023
In partnership with: Children's Theatre Company

Mlima’s Tale

2 Performances starting 02/12/2023
In partnership with: Ten Thousand Things Theater Company

The Daughter of the Regiment

Thursday, February 09 2023 at 7:30 pm
In partnership with: MN Opera

Inspired By Claudette & Rosa

Sunday, February 12 2023 at 2:00 pm
In partnership with: Youth Performance Company

The Book Club Play

2 Performances starting 01/26/2023
In partnership with: Theatre in the Round Players

Hello, Dolly!

2 Performances starting 01/31/2023
In partnership with: Theater Latté Da

Blues for an Alabama Sky

4 Performances starting 01/29/2023
In partnership with: Guthrie Theater
In partnership with: Ten Thousand Things Theater

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.