Our 17th Season (2014-2015)
OUR 17TH SEASON!!!
The Chameleon Theatre Circle is proud to announce our 17th Season, running from September 2014 through June 2015. All performances take place at the Ames Center in Burnsville, Minnesota.
Blood Brothers, by Willy Russell, directed by Garrick Dietze - September 26 through October 12, 2014
Raised on opposite ends of the social spectrum in Thatcher-era England, best friends Eddie and Mickey have no idea that they are actually twins, and that their desperate mother may have doomed their lives to bitter tragedy. Did her choices set in motion a destiny they are all powerless to prevent? This celebrated musical by Willy Russell (author of Educating Rita and Shirley Valentine), ran continuously in London's West End for over 24 years!
Double Feature: The Antichrist Cometh and Brilliant Traces - November 7 through 23, 2014
The Antichrist Cometh by David MacGregor, directed by Scott Gilbert
John and Leah's dinner plans get an unexpected hiccup when John discovers he may be humanity's fated Antichrist.
Brilliant Traces by Cindy Lou Johnson, directed by Mishia Burns Edwards
Rosannah, a runaway bride, stumbles into the remote cabin of Henry, an Alaskan hermit. Are these two lost souls destined to help each other, or to push each other over sanity's edge?
Twas the Night Before Christmas, by Ken Ludwig, directed by Hannah Steblay - December 5 through 21, 2014
Santa's famous list has the final word on who's good and who's bad, and determines the fate of children all over the world. So, what would you do if your name suddenly went missing from the list? A mouse named Amos, an elf named Calliope, and a determined little girl named Emily set off on Christmas Eve to retake control of their destinies and solve a crisis at the North Pole in this wry and adventurous holiday romp from the author of Lend Me a Tenor.
Veronica's Room, by Ira Levin, directed by Emily Gill - February 20 through March 8, 2015
Do you control your fate? Your mind? Your identity? In this psychological thriller by the author of Rosemary's Baby, Susan takes on a dead woman's identity, convinced she's performing an act of mercy. But she soon discovers that reality is unreliable and that secrets, madness, and terror lie underneath the surface comforts of Veronica's Room!
Jesus Christ Superstar, by Lyrics by Tim Rice, Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, directed by Jim Vogel and Bradley Donaldson - April 10 through 26, 2015
If you strip away the myth from the man, can you see where we all soon will be? In Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's milestone musical, the destinies and struggles of Judas, Jesus, and the disciples collide as they try to make sense of their paths in life and grapple with the outcomes of their choices. Delve into one of the greatest stories of all time with The Chameleon Theatre Circle, and experience it as you never have before!
Betty's Summer Vacation, by Christopher Durang, directed by Andrew Troth - May 29 through June 7, 2015
Ah, the joys of summer: Warm breezes, the beach, playing charades with the roommate who just might be a serial killer... and the crazy landlady who invites a seedy stranger over for dinner... not to mention the mysterious laughing voices in the ceiling! What twist of fate brought a nice girl like Betty into this house full of insanity? Is it all uproariously funny or unbearably horrible? You decide!
Patrons who wish to see all six productions in our 17th Season can save 25 percent by purchasing Season Tickets! Season Tickets are available now through July 31 for $99. After July 31, Season Tickets will cost $110. Individual tickets will go on sale August 1. Tickets are $22 for adults; $19 for students, seniors, Fringe Button holders, and groups of 8-19; $16 for groups of 20 or more. Tickets are available at the Ames Center Box Office and through Ticketmaster online or at 1-800-982-2787 (additional service fees may apply). All prices include a $2 facility fee, required by the Ames Center.
Purchase in person at the Ames Center Box Office at 12600 Nicollet Avenue South, Burnsville, Minnesota, or by calling the Ames Box Office at 952-895-4680. Ticket prices include facility fees. Additional service charges and handling fees may apply.