What Type of Shows will be Coming to Minnesota in the Fall?

Minnesota is expecting five shows to come to the area this fall. These shows will be entertaining and will pull at the heartstrings of audiences. Don’t miss these top shows coming soon.

The Heidi Chronicles - Minneapolis

Guthrie Theater
818 2nd Street
Minneapolis, MN

The Heidi Chronicles are coming to Minneapolis this fall from September 13th to October 26th. Directed by Leigh Silverman, this 1989 Pulitzer Prize winner for drama will be one you won’t want to miss. The story is about Heidi’s role in society as a successful art historian in the 80’s after growing up in the 70’s with the influence of feminism and 60’s with the influence of radicalism.

The story is meant to make the audience relate in the struggles of achieving happiness and making sense of the world. The director has won a Tony Award this year as well for another work, so you know she did well with the Heidi Chronicles. It will last about 2 and one half hours.

Hello Dolly -Minneapolis

Chanhassen Dinner Theatre
501 W 78th Street
Minneapolis, MN

Hello Dolly is returning to Minneapolis after a 22 year hiatus. Hello Dolly is the story of a matchmaker living in New York City that is trying to match up a millionaire with a hat maker and instead finds herself a match. This musical is a wonderful story with a twist ending. It has won seven Academy Awards as a movie and has been revived on Broadway multiple times. The show will open September 5th.

Rent - Rochester

Rochester Civic Theatre
20 Civic Center Drive S.E.
Rochester, MN

The Tony Award winning musical Rent is coming to Rochester. It’s one of the longest running shows on Broadway. It’s a story about poor artists in New York City trying to get by with various struggles. The show will be September 12th through October 5th.

These upcoming theatre and musical productions coming to Minnesota are going to make for a great fall season. Also be sure to check out this October “Nice Work If You Can Get It” at Ordway Theatre and “Dirty Dancing” at Orpheum Theatre.

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