Venue Details

8 Star Starred
Minnesota Centennial Showboat
Harriet Island Road & Wabasha St. S 100 Yacht Club Rd. W Saint Paul, MN 55107
651-227-1100
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Member Tips

Goldstar Member
Casual-Business casual
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Goldstar Member
Alcohol/Pop-Popcorn
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Goldstar Member
Free onsite
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Goldstar Member
Very casual with the option to dress up if desired, though not necessary.
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Goldstar Member
Pepsi products.
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teddy bagley
They should open a bit earlier so people can enjoy the boat
info Jun 29 2012 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

63 ratings
4.6 average rating
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attended Jun 19 2012

Such a fun show full of laughter and suspense. The talent of the cast and crew was astonishing. I could tell the actors were having fun and I wish there was more melodrama around the cities. Will definitely be seeing this again!

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attended Jun 28 2012

The Showboat is a great place. The actors were great and the story line contains humor and some great song and dance numbers

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1 stars
attended Jul 07 2012

This is such a fun show. Loved the Olio's between scenes too. It's not everyday that you can see an old fashioned play on a steam boat. Who knew there was a play about... continued

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More Information

Website

https://theatre.umn.edu/showboat/vampire

Quotes & Highlights

See what Goldstar members had to say about last year’s Showboat melodrama,_ The Demon Barber of Fleet Street._

Description

_Photo credit: Mark Vancleave _

About the Ticket Supplier: Minnesota Centennial Showboat

The Showboat presents an annual summer season of melodrama and comic olios -- musical interludes, brilliant costumes, and audiences are encouraged to boo the villains, cheer the heroes, and join in the fun.