Venue Details

History Theatre
Between Cedar St. and Wabasha St. 30 East 10th St. St. Paul, MN 55101
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4.0 / 5 Rated by 30 members
Review from gonzalew
38 events 27 reviews

Good play. It is well acted and it is very well scripted, especially for Fitzgerald fans. The play is obviously told from the perspective of Zelda's point of view than F. Scott. I agree that the play is not really musical appropriate. The...continued

reviewed May 12 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Donna
24 events 13 reviews

This was a fantastic production! The two Zeldas on stage at the same time was fascinating---contributing to bipolar personality of Zelda. The set added visual enjoyment. I expected it to be the telling of the book "This Side of Paradise" but it...continued

reviewed May 12 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from QueenAoife
18 events 10 reviews

I'd give this show a C-minus; it was decently performed on the part of the actors, but the material they worked with and some of the direction left me disappointed. This is a story that doesn't feel as though it should be turned into a musical, or...continued

reviewed May 09 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Dennis Williams
19 events 10 reviews

the play was ok

reviewed May 11 2013 report as inappropriate
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St. Paul’s original “IT” couple — F. Scott Fitzgerald and his muse Zelda — were glittering emblems of the Jazz Age, living a life filled with parties, fashion, and tabloid headlines. This new jazz musical, which premiered Off-Broadway, tells the tale of these storied lovers, capturing both the joy of their romance and their struggles for artistic identity and fame. From the world of literature to the glamor of Hollywood, the lives of Zelda and Scott reflected the era during which they lived: highs and lows, boom and bust, a thrilling rise and a devastating crash. 

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