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Plymouth Playhouse
Located in the same complex as Best Western Kelly Inn 2705 Annapolis Lane N Plymouth, MN 55441
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The weather was cool. I wore a sweater, flip-flops, etc. Don't wear low cut or she will have you wear a tissue on your chest.
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Nick Czaplewski
There's a Green Mill connected for dinner/drinks before &/or after
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4.7 average rating
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attended Feb 08 2013

Nice production with a very versatile cast. I was amazed at their range of voices and all the different instruments that they played. It is not exclusively Johnny Cash songs, but it is music of his time, especially in his early years. All in...continued

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attended Feb 09 2013

The musical was so much fun. A lot of talent in a small group. My foot didn't stop moving the whole time.
Plymouth playhouse is a small intimate room, hard to get a bad seat

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attended Apr 12 2013

My husband and I enjoyed the show.

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The Jukebox Musical based on the music of Johnny Cash. Through words and music, Ring of Fire honors and brings to life a remarkable musical legend – Johnny Cash. Full of love and emotion, humor and empathy, Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash pays tribute to the legendary Man in Black with dance, comedy, stories, tragedy and love. From the opening moment of the show, you are immediately drawn into the spirit of Johnny Cash’s homespun, gritty, and inspiring  music.  Although Cash is never impersonated, Ring of Fire’s train ride takes us on a musical journey through the life, times and tunes of the legend that is … Johnny Cash.

About the Ticket Supplier: Plymouth Playhouse

Plymouth Playhouse is best known for producing award-winning musicals and comedies. It has been the home of many long-running, award-winning productions including a one-year run of the Twin Cities Drama Critics Circle award winner – “Diamond Studs.”