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Short & Sweet

February 16, 2018, 7:00pm - February 18, 2018, 5:00pm

Directed by Mike Speck Featuring five short plays by David Ives. Sure Thing, English Made Simple, T...

Directed by Mike Speck

Featuring five short plays by David Ives.
Sure Thing, English Made Simple, Time Flies,
The Philadelphia and Moby-Dude.

Outpost Winona
119 E Third Street, Winona, MN

Not suitable for children.

Tickets available online and at the door.
theatredumiss.org
$10 each or
Two for $18 with discount code 'sweet' used at checkout.

Very limited seating! Purchase your tickets ahead of time
online to guarantee seats!
... See MoreSee Less

Short & Sweet

February 16, 2018, 7:00pm - February 18, 2018, 5:00pm

Directed by Mike Speck Featuring five short plays by David Ives. Sure Thing, English Made Simple, T...

TdM is excited to announce Short & Sweet.
Directed by Mike Speck

Featuring five short plays by David Ives.
Sure Thing, English Made Simple, Time Flies,
The Philadelphia and Moby-Dude

*February 16 and 17 at 7:00pm and 9:00pm
*February 18 at 4:00pm
*Outpost Winona - 119 East Third Street

Tickets available online and at the door.
theatredumiss.org
$10 each or
Two for $18 with discount code 'sweet' used at checkout.

Very limited seating! Purchase your tickets ahead of time
online to guarantee seats! *Not suitable for children
... See MoreSee Less

Bunnell House Performances – Summer 2016

Theatre du Mississippi in partnership with the Winona County Historical Society is excited to announce the return of performances at the historic Bunnell House this upcoming summer! June 18 – July 24 The Adventures of Lafayette Bunnell, written by Lynn Nankivil and directed by Judy Myers. Audiences will take a trip down memory lane with Willard’s famous brother, Lafayette. Just…Continue Reading

Bunnell House performances return this summer!

Bunnell House performances return this summer! Saturdays and Sundays starting June 18 through August 14, plus July 4, with three identical hourlong shows per day at noon, 2 p.m., and 4 p.m. “The Adventures of Lafayette Bunnell” runs June 18-July 24. “The Hired Girl Gets Married” runs July 30-Aug.14.Tickets are $12 for WCHS members and…Continue Reading

Original Shorts!

TdM presents it’s annual Original Shorts. Winners of the 2016 New Play Competition for Staged Readings. April 15 and 16, 7:30pm. April 17, 2:00pm.  Masonic Theater – 255 Main Street, Winona. $5 at the door, cash only Brett Hursey’s “Riding Lessons” Christine Kallman’s “Duck” Dan McGeehan’s “Paladora” Kat Meads’ “Daughters of”Continue Reading

Bunnell House Auditions!

The Winona County Historical Society in partnership with Theatre du Mississippi is once again casting roles for their summer productions at Winona’s historical Bunnell House. Veteran playwright, Lynn Nankivil, is writing a second one act play around the life of Lafayette Bunnell that will open June 18. Judy Myers will direct the production which includes…Continue Reading

Auditions!

Theatre du Mississippi is now casting PAID actors for our upcoming staged readings for the winners of our shorts contest! Auditions will be held March 16th in the Winona, MN Masonic Temple from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. No acting experience or prepared audition material is required. Rehearsals will be scheduled starting April 6, and the performances…Continue Reading

Winners of TdM’s 5th Annual Short Script Contest!

Theatre du Mississippi is excited to announce, after much deliberation, the winners of our 5th annual Short Script Contest! This year’s winners are Brett Hursey’s “Riding Lessons”, Christine Kallman’s “Duck”, Dan McGeehan’s “Paladora”, and Kat Meads’ “Daughters of”. Staged readings of these four scripts will be performed during Original Shorts on April 15-17 at the historic Masonic…Continue Reading

My Life is All But Over

Tickets on sale now! Theatre du Mississippi, in collaboration with Dolan // Heeringa production, presents, My Life is All But Over, by Andrew Lee Dolan and Peter Heeringa. February 19th and 20th, 7:30pm Masonic Theatre, 255 Main Street, Winona Reception and discussion after Friday night’s show! Advance $15 / $7 students At the Door $18 /…Continue Reading

Seeking Directors!

Theatre du Mississippi is currently accepting resumes for anyone interested in being considered for directing positions for TdM productions. A great way to ‘break in’ – especially if you are local – is to direct one of our Original Shorts staged readings. We are also accepting resumes from anyone interested in directing the Bunnell House project…Continue Reading

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2017-2018
Production Season

Endwaters
Written by Scott Dixon
Directed by Daniel Munson
October 20 & 21 | 7:30pm
October 22 | 2pm
Masonic Theatre
(255 Main St., Winona)

6th Annual Christmas Radio Show
Written & Directed by Paul Sannerud
Dec. 15 - 17
Dorothy B. Magnus Black Box Theatre (Located in the  Performing Arts Center, Winona State University)

Original Shorts
Staged readings of original one-act plays from TdM's Playwriting Workshop
Spring 2018

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Historic Masonic Theatre Winona MN

Founded in 1997, Theatre du Mississippi is committed to the development and production of high-quality programs in the performing arts, particularly those that address important contemporary or historical issues. Our aim is to integrate artistic excellence and originality with a sense of community in the Winona area and beyond.

Theatre du Mississippi | P.O. Box 184 | Winona, MN 55987 | admin@theatredumiss.org

As a non-profit organization, we are grateful to the generosity of our sponsors and volunteers for helping us provide community outreach, education, entertainment and, in particular, dedication to original works. We are located in the Historic Masonic Theatre in the heart of Winona, Minnesota, in the bluff country of the upper Mississippi River Valley. We appreciate the following foundations and institutions for supporting our organization through their generous grants:
  • The Carl and Verna Schmidt Foundation
  • SEMAC - McKnight Emerging Artist Grant, in cooperation with the Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council, through funding from the Minnesota State Legislature
'Friends of the Masonic' is a citizens group focused on the preservation and restoration of the Historic Masonic Theatre, its building, and its collection of historic painted scenery. Please join us and share your ideas about how we might assist the City in preserving this historic building and the drops collection. Join us at: www.facebook.com/groups/279822072207056/.