C.S. Lewis classic, English morality play among Open Window’s upcoming shows

| August 27, 2015 | 0 Comments


Open Window Theatre announced is Season 5 performances.

Open Window Theatre announced its Season 5 performances.

Open Window Theatre, a Minneapolis theatre company with a mission to connect faith and art, has announced its 2015-2016 season performances. The four shows are: “Sister Calling My Name,” Oct. 16-Nov. 1; “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” Dec. 4-30; “Everyman,” Feb. 19-March 20; and “Best of Enemies,” April 22-May 22. Theatre subscribers can see all four plays for $85 or any three plays for $70.

Open Window Theatre is a 100-seat black box studio in the Metropolis Minneapolis building near the intersection of I-94 and I-394. It was founded in 2011 by Jeremy and Sarah Stanbary, parishioners of St. Joseph in West St. Paul. This season is the theatre’s fifth.

The Theatre states on its website: “We believe that art in its highest form should be a call to transcendence — a ‘window’ to the Divine and to the innermost reality of the human person and world.”

In 2014, The Catholic Spirit named Jeremy Stanbary a Leading with Faith Award winner. He told the The Catholic Spirit, “My faith and Catholic values are infused into every aspect of my work because my faith is primarily what defines me as a person.”

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