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Old Log Theatre
5185 Meadville Street Excelsior, MN 55331
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Share anything else here. Just start typing...The weather was very cold so dress appropriately for the weather. I had on a jacket with long pants and was comfortable.
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4.2 average rating
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4 reviews
1 stars
attended Mar 15 2014

The set was gorgeous. The acting was excellent. The venue was nice. The script itself had many bleak moments and the humor that might have made up for those was on the corny side, which isn't my thing, but the audience around me certainly was...continued

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52 reviews
7 stars
attended Mar 22 2014

This charming script became theatrical magic thanks to a highly talented cast and a lovely set.

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14 reviews
6 stars
attended Mar 13 2014

Show was a fun, light evening of humor. The upgrades at the Old Log are great- new lighting, stage, sound system, bathrooms, and comfortable seating. Try it out!

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This performance is approximately one hour and 45 minutes long, including intermission. 

About the Ticket Supplier: Old Log Theater

As one of the oldest, most popular professional theaters in the country, the Old Log offers contemporary plays, comedies and musicals year-round.

Minutes away from the Twin Cities metro area and set on 10 beautiful acres near the shores of historic Lake Minnetonka, the Old Log combines rustic charm, a serene setting and spacious accommodations, including a 561 seat auditorium, a separate 300 seat restaurant for pre-show dining and full bar service. The lovely grounds with their authentic log buildings are bordered by tall pines, perennial gardens and natural wetlands.