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Mantorville Theatre Gift Certificates are available at the Box Office, when open, and at the Mantorville Chocolate Shoppe.

 

Dinner and Theatre packages are available for our summer shows through the Hubbell House Restaurant. Contact the Hubbell House for your reservations.

 

Final summer melodrama opens August 21st

"Mary Goes for the Gold" or "Pick My Flowers, Please," by Sandra Hennings Miller, premiering on our stage August 21 - September 12

The governor of Minnesota wants all the local towns to honor a flower, so the Mayor has designed a contest that will pick the best flower for Mantorville.  Lots of the garden club members are vying for their flower in a friendly way. All except Mr. Regal who thinks only his roses should win. He makes sure that all the other flowers come to an untimely end before the judging.  Mary Gentry has found an obscure little flower, the marigold, which miraculously withstands all sabotage.  Try as he will the marigold stands firm despite rabbits, bugs, and tainted fertilizer. During the course of the show love is found, old friendship is rekindled, and a villain finds redemption.  This original melodrama is in celebration of the 50th year of Mantorville’s Marigold Days.

Note: The run of this show ends Saturday, September 12. There is not a matinee performance on September 13. Please enjoy the Marigold Days parade on Sunday the 13th!

Reserve your tickets with our box office at (507) 635-5420 or purchase them in advance via Paypal with the link, below, or by paying a visit to the Mantorville Chocolate Shoppe during their normal business hours.

Adult tickets are $10. Reduced Rate tickets (students, seniors, Mantorville Theatre members, and a few other groups) are $8. Shows start at 7:30 Friday and Saturday evenings and at 2:00 on Sundays.

 

 

 

Advance Ticket Sales Required for October Dinner-Theatre!

Click Here to Order October Dinner-Theatre Tickets

 

Auditions for "Meshuggah-Nuns" by Dan Goggin will be September 20 and September 27 at 7:00 p.m. at the Opera House. 4 women and 1 man needed. Please come prepared to read and sing.

 

NOW ACCEPTING CREDIT AND DEBIT CARDS AT THE DOOR! (Cash, checks and large quantities of gold still accepted!))

 

We are looking for a few good people to volunteer to take tickets and host a sales table during the rest of our 2013-14 season. Contact us is you are interested.

 

Audience participation is a requirement for the melodramatic portion of our season. Come prepared to cheer for the hero and heroine, boo the villain or villainess, and applaud the efforts of our characters (or groan at their jokes!)

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We are excited with all of our shows of the 2014 - 2015 season.  Watch our Schedule Page for more information.

 

Many, many thanks to our generous corporate sponsors who help us keep the costs to our patrons down throughout our 2013-2014 season.

           

We are also grateful for a grant received from IBM's Fund for Community Service, which combines funding with volunteerism from IBM employees and retirees.

Feel generous? What we appreciate most is your joining our audience, but if you'd also like to join the Mantorville Theatre Company, or give a tax-free donation, click on this text.

 

 

 

Volunteers for Publicity needed - If you'd be willing to volunteer to help out with distribution of posters, design of posters, writing press releases, working on programs, organizing mail and email lists, sending letters to specific groups that might be interested in our shows, and the like - please contact us.

 

Seeking talented, energetic dramatists for our  future productions!  Directors! Pianists! Set Builders! Costumers! Box Office Managers! We are in need of your talents and we would like to hear from you.  Please send your interest, availability, and if we don't know you, a brief resume to PO Box 194 in Mantorville, MN 55955. Directors - please also include at least two play titles that you would like to direct, with some background on each. You can find topical and schedule information, and even an on-line (sort of) application on our "Join The Fun" page.

 

Our season is just part of the many exciting things to do in Mantorville.  There are antique buildings for touring from the Mantorville Restoration Association and the Dodge County Historical Society, antique stores and other businesses for browsing and buying and fine dining.  Check out  http://www.mantorvilletourism.com  for more information. For information on the city, in general, try www.mantorville.com.

 

We encourage LARGE groups (of ten or more). To learn about group discounts, examine our shopping page.

 


Need to find us? We are just a half block west of Highway 57 on 5th Street in Mantorville (Hwy 57 and 5th is the closest thing Mantorville has to a "major" intersection.)

You can call our answering machine at (507) 635-5420.

Our postal address is PO Box 194 ... Mantorville, MN 55955

and our email is mantorvilletheatre@yahoo.com

 

Need to find Mantorville? We're about 70 miles south of the Twin Cities and 15 miles west of Rochester on Minnesota Highway 57: map