Justice for George
Frank Theatre condemns the brazen display of white supremacy demonstrated in the murder of George Floyd.
The core of Frank’s mission for the past three decades has been to produce work that challenges our everyday perceptions through an exploration of ideas and issues of social, political and cultural concern. This specifically includes asking […]
GROUNDED performance at the Rochester Civic Theatre is cancelled due to weather.
A winter storm is on the way and for the safety of the cast, crew and audience our performance of GROUNDED at the Rochester Civic Theatre on February 24, 2018 has been cancelled. We are sorry for any disappointment you may be feeling due to this announcement. Sad face 🙁 However, THE VISIT is just […]Read more
Come and see Frank perform at the Iveys!
Frank was selected to perform an excerpt of last season’s CITIZEN at the Ivey awards on Sept. 25 at 7:30 at the State Theatre in downtown Minneapolis. The annual awards ceremony features entertainment by various theatre group’s work from the previous season. Last year, Shá Cage performed an excerpt from GROUNDED (and, much to her surprise, walked […]Read more
Frank announces its 2017-18 season!
A sassy British feminist, a passionate fighter pilot and a woman ready to pay for her justice all figure into Frank’s upcoming season!
In September, please join us for the area premiere of Alice Birch’s REVOLT. SHE SAID. REVOLT AGAIN. at Gremlin Theatre’s new space at 55o Vandalia in St. Paul, Sept. 29-Oct. 22, 2017. […]
Frank’s 2016-17 season!!
Frank is thrilled to once again wrestle with the playwright who has influenced so much of our work, Bertolt Brecht. With THE GOOD PERSON OF SETZUAN, Frank enlists the same fabulous design team that created the stunning environment for THE ARSONISTS last winter (Joseph Stanley, Kathy Kohl, Mike Wangen, and Dan Dukich) to create the world […]Read more
GROUNDED receives an Ivey!
At the annual Ivey awards in Minneapolis last night, Sha Cage received an Ivey for her performance in last season’s GROUNDED by George Brant. In accepting the award for her powerful performance, Cage said “This is for all those actors who say “I got this,” and then get into it and start thinking “Wait….I don’t think.. […]Read more
Frank is thrilled to receive funding for two residencies for the upcoming academic year. We’re thrilled that we will continue our partnership with MERC, an alternative high school in south Minneapolis for the next school year. And we look forward to returning to South Ridge School, 30 miles north of Cloquet, for a year long […]Read more
MERC Alternative High School
Frank Theatre was pleased to conduct a residency at MERC Alternative High School in Minneapolis this past year, thanks to support from the Minnesota State Arts Board, the Clean Water Land & Legacy Amendment and the National Endowment for the Arts. The residency was conducted by teaching artists Maria Asp, Tessa Flynn and Wendy Knox, […]Read more
In the giving mood?
Frank is signed on to Network for Good’s online giving option. Go to our “Support Frank” page and check it out. Maybe even go some way towards relieving some holiday guilt. While you’re there, check out our wish list.Read more
Wendy in magazine
Check out Minneapolis/St. Paul magazine’s profile on Wendy. (Click and download the pdf of Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine’s article a.)Read more
Breaking news! John Catron named Best Actor in City Pages
BREAKING NEWS! John Catron’s performance in MISTERMAN helps City Pages name him BEST ACTOR in their Best of the Twin Cities issue!
“A one-person show is a challenging, frightening, and – at its best – rewarding experience for an actor. InMisterman, John Catron played Thomas, an outcast and loner in the Irish village of Inishfree. Enda Walsh’s […]