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Building relationships through quality theatrical activities by and for the residents of the Lexington-Hamline and surrounding neighborhoods of St. Paul


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Buy all your Lex-Ham Community Theater merchandise at www.CafePress.com/LexHamTheater

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Auditions for F. Scott Fitzgerald's Assorted Spirits
part of Steppin' Out with Lex-Ham 2016
1:00 - 4:00 p.m., Sunday, February 28
6:00 - 9:00 p.m., Wednesday, March 2
Room 150, Music/Fine Arts Building, Concordia University-St Paul
310 Hamline Avenue North, Saint Paul

Next Classic Comedy Reading Series event:
Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme by Molière
February 12, 2016

Next Shakespeare Reading Series event:
Richard II
March 11, 2016

See videos of the reading of Tom Taylor's Our American Cousin
as part of memorial for
150th Anniversary of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln
in partnership with Minnesota Historical Society

Acting classes start again in January 2016

Lex-Ham opens lending library of materials for for actors and off-stage designers and crew

Play reading series featured in Twin Cities Daily Planet

Lex-Ham Theater featured in Intermission Magazine

Recommended reading on acting and directing


The Community Theater is open to anyone, young or old, who wants to get involved. People are needed to act, work on sets and costumes, work on the technical behind-the-scene tasks, do publicity, and sell tickets.

For more information, fill out our Get Involved form or
contact theater@LexHamArts.org or call (651) 644-3366.


Last updated: February 10, 2016