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Yellow Tree Theatre Season 12

A brilliant and deeply touching story of a fifteen-year-old boy on a frightening journey of self-discovery; the slapstick silly sequel to your favorite holiday hit; a powerful and relevant story of working-class survival amidst the Great Recession; and a rollicking new take on a familiar legend packed with thrills, romance and gags galore – Yellow Tree’s Season 12 has something for everyone!


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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

by Simon Stephens
based on the novel by Mark Haddon
directed by Ellen Fenster
September 13th – October 13th

Fifteen-year-old mathematical genius Christopher has never ventured alone beyond the edge of his road. He detests being touched, can’t stand small talk, and the slightest disruption of his ritualized world sends him into an earth-shattering tantrum. It’s 7 minutes past midnight and the neighbor’s dog is dead. Finding himself a suspect, he takes it upon himself to solve the mystery, embarking on a thrilling journey that upturns his world. Intense, hopeful, and profoundly moving, Curious Incident has been hailed a phenomenal combination of storytelling and spectacle. Winner of 5 Tony Awards including Best Play!

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Another Miracle on Christmas Lake

by Jessica Lind Peterson
directed by Jason Peterson
November 8th – December 29th

A hilarious sequel to the smash hit comedy Miracle on Christmas Lake! Join Martha, Neil and some zany new characters as they try to save their beloved town of Christmas Lake from annexation. A Hollywood location scout arrives, hailing Christmas Lake the perfect spot to film a new adaptation of It’s a Wonderful Life. Colin and Tess scramble to put on a sparkly pageant that will draw tourists and hilarity ensues. There’s lutefisk and lizards, true love and tater tots, and best of all, unexpected miracles happen. A ridiculous and zany holiday comedy that you don’t want to miss!

“One of those rare times when the sequel surpasses the original…The laughs start early and keep going!” – TC Daily Planet 

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Skeleton Crew

by Dominique Morisseau
a co production with New Dawn Theatre
directed by Austene Van
January 31st – March 1st

At the start of the Great Recession, one of the last auto stamping plants in hard-hit Detroit is on shaky ground and four workers are forced to chose how to move on if the plant goes under. Shanita, a second-generation plant worker, has to support herself and her unborn child. Faye, a union rep on the line for 29 years, faces homelessness. Dez, young and hot-headed, has dreams bigger than the plant but ambition has made him reckless. Power dynamics shift as the plant’s closing becomes imminent, and their foreman, Reggie, is torn between doing right by his work and family, and by the red tape in his office. Powerful and poetic, Skeleton Crew is an emotionally bracing and relevant story of working class survival amidst the eroding American dream. “A deeply moral and deeply American play.” – The New York Times

(This play contains strong language. For more information on content, please visit our Show Content page.)

Sherwood | The Adventures of Robin Hood

by Ken Ludwig
Directed by Craig Johnson
April 10th - May 10th

A reimagined and rollicking new take on the legend featuring raucous comedy, amorous exploits, and gags galore! Packed with thrills, romance, laughter and immortal characters like Maid Marian, Little John, and Friar Tuck, this brightly colored adaptation proves that Sherwood is as alive as ever. This time around, Maid Marian is no damsel in distress, but a whip smart diplomat and an even better archer than her hooded counterpart. Join Robin’s merry men and women as they champion the underdog and fight for justice. Get ready for some swashbuckling fun and this exciting Minnesota premiere!

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Any Performance | $80
Wed. & Thurs. Only | $70
(Seniors 65+ & Students take $10 off.)