Right now we’re playing host to the One Man Stars Trilogy, a smash-hit show that has been performed over 1,200 times in more than 180 cities across four continents. From Off-Broadway in New York to London’s West End, from Dubai’s resorts to the Glastonbury Music Festival, in small towns, big cities, at Lucasfilm’s own Star Wars conventions, at fundraisers – this show has been places and has been praised high and low by everyone from Conan O’Brien to Spin Magazine to the New York Times.
This one-week-only limited engagement will serve as the centerpiece of GEEK WEEK, Duluth’s celebration of all things nerdy and geeky. Your $20 ticket to the One Man Star Wars Trilogy grants you free access to a full week’s worth of Geek Week activities you will not want to miss, including: Geek-themed Improv from Renegade Theater, The Best of Nerd Nite, Dink Tank at the Movies and a videogame tournament complete with prizes!
There’s 7 shows left, tonight through Sunday at 8pm, with 2pm matinees on Saturday and Sunday. Get all the other info you might need – and get your tickets – RIGHT HERE.
But, you might be wondering, is the show any good?
Check out the calendar below for all the details you could want regarding the upcoming 2-week fitness intensive, the Summertime Blast, brought to you by everyone’s favorite evil taskmaster, the lovely Amber Burns!
It’s time to announce the third show of our 2013 season, which will join the previously announced BLOODY BLOOD ANDREW JACKSON and WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S LAND OF THE DEAD. It’s a fantastic and powerful new musical that we are proud to present as a Northland premiere:
THE BURNT PART BOYS
Book by Mariana Elder
Music by Chris Miller / Lyrics by Nathan Tysen
Directed by Peter Froehlingsdorf
An unforgettable coming of age story, THE BURNT PART BOYS follows the adventures of a group of teenagers deep in West Virginia’s coal country in 1962. The musical is a life-transforming odyssey that Variety calls “a rich theatrical experience.”
Fourteen year-old Pete’s fighting to claim his past. His older brother Jake’s hoping to forge a future. With an eclectic band of friends teetering on the brink of adulthood, they’ve embarked on a life-altering journey to the coal mine that took their father’s life. With its soaring, elegiac bluegrass and pop-inspired score, this inspirational new musical finds both the streaks of light and the heart of darkness within us all.