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Founded in 1914, the Playhouse is one of the nation's oldest community theaters and produces a year-round season of dramas, musicals, and children's productions. The mission of the Duluth Playhouse is to offer exceptional entertainment, training...more
I brought my in-laws and my daughter to see The Cat in the Hat. There was some construction outside, so it was hard to get to. We parked a block away near the bowling ally and just walked in.There is parking next door to the...More
Everything had been great at the old address, but the move to the NorShor has not been a pleasant move. Walking from the parking lot Handicap Parking is a long distance and it took over 45 minutes to get out after the show. We always...More
When planning our trip to Duluth we noticed the Duluth Playhouse production of La Cage Aux Folles. We stepped out of our normal comfort zone, an found a True Gem. A beautiful theater, in a historic location. The cast and production was amazing !
Date of experience: April 2017
DPlayhouse, Marketing Director at Duluth Playhouse, responded to this reviewResponded April 24, 2017
Thanks so much for joining us, and thank you for coming as you are to enjoy our current production of La Cage Aux Folles. If you haven't already, please sign up for our email announcements so always know what's boldly taking center stage next. (Visit...More
A great short visit to 'The Underground' to see the 12th Annual Short Film Festival. The theatre was small and sold out though it was a good busy atmosphere for the type of event. First time at such an event and it was worth the...More
Date of experience: March 2017
Thank Craig J
DPlayhouse, Marketing Director at Duluth Playhouse, responded to this reviewResponded March 21, 2017
Yay! Thanks so much for joining us for #SSFF2017, and glad to hear your first visit to The Underground was a great one. The space always looks a little different than the last time you visited, so be sure to come back to see how...More
The parking for the evening performance was free but nut overly abundant. The theater it's self was nice and the performance was wonderful. We had great seats it turns out that the beginning of the play opens with our narrator rising out from her seat...More
Date of experience: December 2016
Thank Lori W
DPlayhouse, Marketing Director at Duluth Playhouse, responded to this reviewResponded December 22, 2016
Thank you so much for your wonderful review of our holiday production, "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat!" We understand parking is always difficult around this time of year with so many great events taking place in downtown Duluth for the holidays. We're glad to...More
My wife and I came here to see "It Runs in the Family". The theatre is smaller than I thought it would be, but as we were dead center in the second row, that didn't really matter. It definitely isn't a big theatre, but it's...More
Saw Rock of Ages, music, sets, and acting were all great. Set up of theatre is nice, lots of leg room. Tickets were reasonable ($30). This play was not appropriate for kids but I would definitely take my kids here to a different one.More
Date of experience: July 2016
Thank Alyssa H
DPlayhouse, Marketing Director at Duluth Playhouse, responded to this reviewResponded August 3, 2016
Thank you so much for rockin' out with us at ROCK OF AGES, and yes, definitely bring your kids back for Children's Theatre or TYA show! We have a great line-up in our new season...School of Rock, Disney's The Lion King Jr, Honk Jr!...there's something...More
Response from DPlayhouse | Property representative |
Hi there! Have you seen a show at the Playhouse before? As for being too close, it sometimes depends on the show and personal preference of each patron. The third row is a great place to take in the show...not too close, but... More
Hi there! Have you seen a show at the Playhouse before? As for being too close, it sometimes depends on the show and personal preference of each patron. The third row is a great place to take in the show...not too close, but not too far back either. There isn't a bad seat in our house, so we know wherever you choose to sit, you'll have a great view of the show.
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