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DULUTH PLAYHOUSE

Except for a single Underground production at the Depot, the new season sees Playhouse programming entirely presented at the NorShor and nearby Zeitgeist.
The Duluth Playhouse Family Theatre production continues Saturday and Sunday at the Depot.
Since debuting on Broadway in 1998, the sweeping musical has become a standard of the American stage.
Several shows set for the Duluth Playhouse's 2021-2022 season have been pushed back or dropped.

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Depot Foundation Development Director Jessica Peterson said she sees a need to create greater access to art education in the Northland.
From the column: "Duluth’s artistic offerings are rich and plentiful, but we cannot take this for granted. While our arts organizations survived the turmoil of the past two years, their fight is not over yet."
Sofia Salmela and Cadence Graber are both in the title role of "Annie," which opens Saturday at the NorShor Theatre in Duluth.
Now that we've crested Halloween, the feel-good fun begins.
The Duluth Playhouse's production of the musical based on the movie "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" was originally scheduled to open in March 2020.
Thursday's Season Splash is a free showcase of works created by local arts organizations.

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Raise the Barre, owned by Paige Larson, will begin offering classical ballet classes Sept. 7 in West Duluth.
On a visit to Duluth on Sunday, Senator Amy Klobuchar talked with local venues about the support received from the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program to fund independent venues affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Duluth Playhouse will have four more performances of “Age of Aquarius: The Music of Hair” at the NorShor Theatre.

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