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Duluth - The Duluth Playhouse

506 West Michigan Street


The mission of the Duluth Playhouse is to offer exceptional entertainment, training, and performance opportunities in theater arts that may inspire, challenge, and engage the region we serve.


Brenda Albright

Monday, Jan. 8, 2018
While I have always had a good experience at the Playhouse stage, their satellite theater, the Underground, leaves much to he desired. Super unimpressed (to put it nicely) with The Duluth Playhouse-The Underground. My husband and I bought season tickets for each other. Not only did they totally screw up and *oops* not reserve our seats for The Santaland Diaries "but we can do standing room only tickets for you" no thank you. ..I actually don't care to sit where there's a steel bar blocking my view for the entire show .... now they are telling me we won't be able to see Calendar Girls unless the company decides to put on an additional show "I don't know what to tell you. I have no tickets." We have already PAID FOR TICKETS in the cost of the wild card pass. This was stated to the "gentleman" on the phone whose response was "uh-huh". The only perk is supposed to be guaranteed seating to the shows unless you are drinking alcohol. Then there are 2 for 1 exorbitantly over-priced drinks. What a joke. Don't be taken in by their gimmicks folks.

Sue Jobe

Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017
My son (who has Down Syndrome) and I saw The Christmas Carol. We had excellent seats in the second row and seats right in the middle. Excellent seats. We enjoyed the play immensely. The easy way of ordering tickets on-line and having them on will call was wonderful. Parking right next door to the Depot. I just ordered tickets to go see The Jungle Book in January. A Christmas gift for our son. I can't wait!

Justin Peck

Monday, July 3, 2017
The Duluth Playhouse has three parts: the Main Stage (currently at The Depot, but will soon be moving to the NorShor Theatre), The Underground (which is located in the lower level of The Depot and produces shows that are likely to draw smaller crowds -- classics or edgier fare), and The Family Theater (which includes their amazing Children's Theater program and the Theatre for Young Audiences company which produces interactive, engaging theater for younger audiences). All three parts of the Playhouse are doing amazing work. It's surprising to find such professional level theater in a town the size of Duluth. Highly recommended!

Mindy Bolgrien

Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018
I want to be in a musical theater with singing becameA broad way fame

Rachel Fuller

Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017
We had so much fun here! Just a small theater but perfect to bring kids! Easy to see the stage and great performance! Definitely will go back when we are in the area.

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