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Shutdown ‘Devastating’ for Local Theatres

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted more than just businesses across the Northland. Non-profit organizations have also been hit hard. Audiences can’t fill theatre seats. That means organizations like the Duluth Playhouse haven’t had their primary revenue source for the last two months. “When we had projected $1.2 million in ticket sales, it’s apparent that’s about …


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An Update on the NorShor’s programming in regards to COVID-19

Your health and well-being are our first priority here at the NorShor Theatre. Our realizes the recent news of the coronavirus (COVID-19) may have you thinking about attending upcoming events. We wanted to give you an update on NorShor scheduled performances at this time. As of March 13, 2020, the following performances have been postponed: …


A Lot of Medieval Merry Making Set for the Playhouse’s ‘Spamalot’!

It’s just a flesh wound! If you’re immediately quoting Monty Python after reading that first line, then you need to be at the NorShor Theatre from March 19-April 5, 2020 to see the Duluth Playhouse’s presentation of Monty Python’s Spamalot, a production lovingly ripped off from the film spoof comedy Monty Python and the Holy …

 

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When patrons visit the NorShor, they can take one of two winding staircases up to the mezzanine level to access the upper-level of seating.

The front stairway, pictured below, was often called the "floating staircase." #insidethenorshor
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