We could use a few hands for our upcoming production of The Bootleg Blues. On Wednesday at 10am we are setting up the risers and chairs in the Masonic Hall. It takes no special skill to wheel chairs out and set them in a row! And if you are interested in helping usher, please contact…
The Bootleg Blues – coming soon!!!
Theatre du Mississippi proudly presents, The Bootleg Blues. Written by Kathleen Peterson Directed by Daniel Munson October 10 and 11 at 7:30pm October 12 at 2:00pm Masonic Theater (255 Main Street, Winona) Presale Tickets available at: Chapter 2 Books Brown Paper Tickets (www.brownpapertickets.com/event/845033) Tickets also available at the door.
New Play MonDay – Sept 29 – by Scott Dixon
Please join us as we read a new play by Commonweal Theatre actor/director/playwright Scott Dixon!
Founded in 1997 and incorporated in 1998, Theatre du Mississippi is committed to the development and production of high-quality programs in the performing arts, particularly shows that address simultaneously entertain and enlighten our audiences. It is our aim to integrate artistic excellence and originality with a sense of community in the Winona area and beyond.
Mission Statement: To present performances that have a connection to the community, embracing original works that tell stories from the area’s rich history, as well as bringing outside stories that have meaning to the members of the community.
Theatre du Mississippi | P.O. Box 184 | Winona, MN 55987
507-218-7767 (voicemail or text)
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 appreciate the following foundations and institutions for supporting our organization through their generous grants:
The Winona Foundation
The Slaggie Family Foundation
The Winona Fine Arts Commission
The Elizabeth Callender King Foundation
The Carl and Verna Schmidt Foundation
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts & cultural heritage fund.