Saturday, August 4th, 2018 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM 50% OF ALL SALES AT JOHN FLUEVOG SHOES WILL BENEFIT STAGES THEATRE COMPANY LEARN MORE FORWARD TO FRIENDS ADD THIS EVENT via…
THANK YOU JON!
Don’t miss Twin Cities director Jon Ferguson’s final production before he returns to England. Ferguson is from Durham in the Northeast of England. He trained at Middlesex University in London with leading physical theatre practitioner John Wright. He has worked with some of the leading theater companies and practitioners in the UK and US including Hoipolloi (UK), The John Wright Company, Told by an Idiot, Mary Zimmerman, Mark Rylance and The Guthrie Theater. He is currently based in Minneapolis, MN. Jon was named “2005 City Pages Artist of the Year”. He’s worked with us several times through out the years and his first production with us was Miss Nelson is Missing in 2006.
We wish him the best on his next chapter!
AUDIENCES ARE LOVING CRENSHAW:
“Wonderful show! Great job telling a hard but important story!”
“You should all be proud.”
“one of the top shows that you have produced at the theater – keep up the amazing work.”
“Beauitful and touching.”
“I was the lady crying hard at the end — I wish for all kids to have a Crenshaw and not feel alone! “
NOW thru May 19, 2018
WORLD PREMIERE EXCLUSIVE!
Based on the book by Katherine Applegate. Originally published by Macmillan Children’s Publishing. Written by Jeannine Coulombe. Directed by Jon Ferguson.
This magically engaging story, proving that family, friendship and resilience are found in the heart of the imagination, will grace our Hopkins Jaycees Studio in May. Crenshaw is a cat. He’s large, he’s outspoken, and…he’s imaginary. This unforgettable creature comes into 10 year old Jackson’s life to help him and his family as they fall on hard times and may have to live in their minivan…again. But is an imaginary friend enough to save this family from losing everything? This world premiere adaptation, based on the touching book by the Newbery Medal-winning author of The One and Only Ivan, confirms that friends matter—whether real or imaginary.