Your Visit

We want you to enjoy the show and all aspects of your visit here.

Whether you’re a regular theatre-goer or having a special night out — whether you’re familiar with the neighborhood or a visitor to the Twin Cities — the information on this page will help you get the most out of your experience at Theatre in the Round.

The Theatre is located in the West Bank Theatre District, a historical neighborhood on the Mississippi River with the US Bank Stadium on one side and the main campus of the University of Minnesota on the other.

photo of curtain call from the show "Godspell"

Covid Protocol

Masks are always appreciated and may be required based on current Community COVID-19 Levels or when requested by individual casts, directors, or instructors. For more information see our full Covid-19 Protocol.


We post notices when aspects of our productions may affect audience members. These notices are posted on each show’s information page, on signs at our box-office, and they are announced on our box-office phone line concerning:

  • Special effects (such as strobe lighting, fog, gunshots, etc.)
  • Explicit language and/or action; nudity
  • Smoking onstage

Because of the nature of our shows, and in consideration of other audience members, children under 6 years old are not admitted unless otherwise stated.


Our address is 245 Cedar Avenue, Minneapolis MN 55454View maps and directions


There are a variety of parking options around the theatre.  View parking options


Nearby restaurants offer a great way to have eat and see a show.  View area restaurants


7:30 pm on Fridays & Saturdays
2:00 pm on Sundays

Box office opens an hour before show times with seating beginning 45 minutes before curtain.


One of the theatre’s continuing goals is increasing accessibility to its programs.  View our access services


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We strive to start our shows on time.  Please allow for extra time travel and parking.

Our unique space requires audience members to cross the stage to their seating. Because of this, any latecomers are escorted to our late-seating area for the first act and may move to their assigned seats at intermission.


Because of our arena seating, we cannot take patrons using wheelchairs to their front-row seats or to our late-seating area after the show has started. Latecomers may listen to the first act in our lobby and cross the stage to their seating area at intermission.


Learn more about one of the oldest theatres in the state including history, leadership, and more.