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Minneapolis Theatre Garage
Corner of Lyndale and Franklin 711 West Franklin Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55405
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6 reviews
3 stars
The weather was warm. I wore a long-sleeved blouse, and I was too warm in the Garage..
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"That Face"
8 ratings
3.9 average rating
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28 reviews
2 stars
attended Jun 16 2011

This was an intense drama about complicated family relationships and the impact substance abuse has on children. The acting was terrific, and the script was extremely thoughtful and unique -- all the more so knowing that it was written by a...continued

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19 reviews
5 stars
attended Jun 19 2011

The intensity of the acting, especially by the actor who played Henry, was very powerful. I will have to refer to my program to remember his name, so I don't miss seeing him in another production. The play lost a bit in the Americanization, but...continued

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18 reviews
2 stars
attended Jun 10 2011

A very depressing show. Do not go to this show if you have had a bad week and are looking for a pick me up. This show is quite intense. A good show if you have had a bad home life as this show will make it seem tame <G>

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Quotes & Highlights

Read an "article ": playwright Polly Stenham and That Face.


Mia is at boarding school. She has access to drugs. They are Martha’s. Henry is preparing for art college. He has access to alcohol. From Martha. Martha controls their lives. Martha is their mother _That Face _ is a hard-hitting, intense, visceral, and “gob-smacking” dissection of parent-child relationships.

About the Ticket Supplier: 20% Theatre Company

The 20% Theatre Company Twin Cities aims to produce new and progressive work by female, transgender, and gender-queer theatre artists, while also supporting the same gender minorities artistically behind-the-scenes.