Theatre Pro Rata is throwing its sixth annual fundraiser at CAMP Bar, and we want all our supporters there. That means you!
Enjoy great company, fine drinks, delicious food from Black Sheep Pizza, silly games, a raffle, a silent auction, a wine pull, and last year’s great live band, The Gentlemen’s Anti-Temperance League. Loads of fun will be had!
We are thrilled to announce the plays we will be producing as part of our 2016-17 season! The season will feature Henry V by William Shakespeare; a remount of 44 Plays for 44 Presidents by Andy Bayiates et al., Goodbye Cruel World by Robert Ross Parker, and Up: The Man in the Flying Chair by Bridget Carpenter.
Wow, what an amazing Give to the Max Day yesterday! Donors across Minnesota gave over $18 million. Pro Rata donors more than exceeded our matching goal of $3,000 for a total of $3,467. Thank you so much for helping us get to 100%!
Your support of Theatre Pro Rata ensures that we will continue to be able to produce our distinctive brand of smart, vivid, varied, and gutsy programming.
Geeks Who Drink is hosting Quiz for a Cause to benefit Theatre Pro Rata!
You can win some dough by helping us raise some dough!
Come out the to Cardinal Tavern at 2920 E 38th St, Minneapolis, MN 55406 at 7pm!
The top placing team that night will win a portion of the entry fees collected with the rest raised going to the Pro Rata.
Anyone can show up, and everyone is encouraged to pay the $5/person donation fee. The winning team only gets the cash prize if everyone on the team paid the $5 buy in and the maximum members per team is six. So gather your smartest (or just funnest) friends and let’s have a pub quiz adventure!
We’re also giving away tickets to Beauty Queen of Leenane to the winning team. Plus every team gets 2 for 1 tickets to Beauty Queen as well!
Theatre Pro Rata is thrilled to announce the productions for its upcoming 2015-16 season. This mix of modern and timeless classics will feature A Lie of the Mind by Sam Shepard, the Tony Award-winning The Beauty Queen of Leenane by Martin McDonagh, and The Knight of the Burning Pestle by Francis Beaumont, a rollicking satire of the theater (and its audience members) from the Jacobean era.