Yellow Tree Theatre’s "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" presents a 15-year-old as he moves beyond his physical and mental boundaries and into a world he’s mostly avoided. Read more about Yellow Tree Theatre Stages Tony-winning 'Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time'
Kersten Rodau has performed all over the Twin Cities theatre scene - now she's onstage at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres in "Mamma Mia!" Read more about Meet the Maple Grove Woman Starring in 'Mamma Mia!' at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres
A award-winning playwright Marco Ramirez wrote The Royale, based on the journey of boxing legend Jack Johnson, who, in 1905 during the Jim Crow era, quickly became the most famous black man in the world. The play is told in six rounds and set in a boxing ring where Johnson fights for more than just the title. His fight begins long before the match. It takes multiple negotiations to convince the white reigning titleholder to even recognize him as a worthy opponent and enter the ring. Read more about A Knock-out Story
Christmas comes early for the Maple Grove theatre scene. This holiday season, audiences will be treated to another year of A Hunting Shack Christmas, the smash-hit comedy from Yellow Tree Theatre. The story centers around Charlie and Jennifer who, after hitting a rough patch in their marriage, decide to head to the family hunting shack for Christmas with the hopes of rediscovering a spark. But upon arrival, they discover Charlie’s estranged uncle, Big Paul, and his mistress running an illegal underground venison jerky operation. Read more about Yellow Tree Theatre Presents A Hunting Shack Christmas This Holiday Season