History Theatre is celebrating its 40th season of presenting new work about Minnesota, the Midwest, and our diverse American Experience.
WHY donate on GIVE TO THE MAX DAY / Thursday, November 16, 2017
(1) NEW DONORS who contributes to History Theatre between November 1st and November 16th will be entered to win a pair of tickets to an upcoming 2017-18 season production! One donor will be selected for each show. See the schedule below for more information.
(2) Golden Tickets of $1,000 will be randomly awarded each hour by GIVEMN on Thursday, November 16th!
Two Super-Sized Golden Tickets of $10,000 each will also be awarded during Give to the Max Day. One will be randomly selected from all successfully transacted gifts scheduled during the Scheduled Giving period from November 1 – 16. The second will be randomly selected at the end of #GTMD17 from all Give to the Max Day gifts. Donate now to help History Theatre win a golden ticket!
You could win a pair of tickets to one of the following shows!
adapted for the stage by Ron Peluso and Bob Beverage. A Christmas gift to remember.
A Crack in the Sky
by Harrison David Rivers and Ismail Yusuf. From Somalia to the USA.
Dance 'Til You Drop
created in collaboration with COLLIDE Theatrical Dance Company. A dance theatre experience.
Lord Gordon Gordon
by Jeffrey Hatcher and Chan Poling. Swindler, robber baron, the lord of the con!
Raw Stages New Works Festival
Get an inside look at the new scripts in progress. Two tickets to one Raw Stages Show of your choice (January 2018)
ABOUT HISTORY THEATRE:
History Theatre is a nationally-recognized leader for creating work based on the American experience. Now in its 40th season, History Theatre continues its tradition of creating brave new work that touches people’s lives and engages audiences. It does this through an annual mainstage season, Raw Stages (a public staged reading series to develop new work) and a vital arts and humanities education program.
Since its inception, History Theatre has commissioned and produced 125 world premiere plays and musicals. History Theatre is a vital keeper of America’s stories and the preservation of Minnesota’s historical legacy. Each year, History Theatre serves over 60,000 young people, families, and adults. With your support, we can continue to bring history to life as we share the real stories of real people.