Arts lovers, take note. In the past few years, Minneapolis has experienced unprecedented growth in our already rich cultural landscape. The infusion of $500 million dollars from individual donors and foundations has created an arts boom that few communities ever experience.

With the second-most theater seats per capita in the nation, we'll always make room for you to check out our rich theater scene. Whether taking in a world-class theatrical production at the Guthrie Theater or participating in one of our many theater-based festivals like the Minnesota Fringe Festival, there will always be a show for any taste and a place to showcase the grace of the Minneapolis theatre scene.

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  • Hennepin Theatre Trust, owner of the historic Orpheum, State, Pantages and the newly developed New Century Theatres, is a non-profit organization devoted to enriching the vibrant cultural atmosphere of the Twin Cities.
  • The acoustically-excellent, state-of-the-art Ted Mann Concert Hall offers 1,100 comfortable seats, a flexible presentation area and a three-story glass wall-in lobby that overlooks the Mississippi River.
  • The Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts is the Twin Cities' newest arts center and the flagship for dance in Minnesota. Centrally located in downtown Minneapolis, The Cowles Center fills the need for a place that is a catalyst for the creation, presentation, education, enjoyment and celebration of dance and the performing arts in the Twin Cities.
  • Minneapolis' oldest theatre performs comedies and dramas, weekends year-round on its unique arena stage in the West Bank Theatre District.
  • University of Minnesota Theatre offers engaging and thought provoking productions on campus in the West Band Arts Quarter and on board the Minnesota Centennial Showboat.


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