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2019-2020 Season Matinees

This season’s productions will feature strong plays from esteemed playwrights, sharing unique perspectives and experiences from which every student can learn and grow. Our plays are relevant to media, social studies, Native American history and Spanish literature, though the topics addressed will be relevant to everyone.


by Pratik Motwani 
Friday, September 27
The Southern Theater

A one-man, multimedia piece of devised theatre that examines the condition of a trapped virtual identity through the lens of a cyber celebrity stuck within the regulating algorithms of a social media platform, inside a broadcasting room floating somewhere in the inter-webs of cyber space and time. An introspection on notions of identity and image, reality and perception, our need for real connection and inclusion coupled with our inability to disconnect ourselves from the virtual world (and our virtual identities in it). Learn more. (Show Length 75 Minutes)

Don't Feed the Indians

by Murielle Borst-Tarrant
Thursday, November 7
The Southern Theater 

Watch out when Indian show-business meets the Doctrine of Discovery! A raucous play and political satire loosely based on Dante's Divine Comedy. A comedic Native-Aesthetic look at the marginalization of Indigenous Peoples and the appropriation of Indigenous cultural and intellectual property. See what happens when the Indians push back. Don’t Feed the Indians is a part of our 2019 Indigenous Voices Festival, featuring works-in-progress from local and national indigenous artists, including Sharon Day, Carolyn Dunn, and more! Learn more. (2 hours 15 minutes).


Translated and adapted by José Rivera, from the play La vida es sueño/Life is a Dream by Pedro Calderón de la Barca
Tuesdays & Wednesdays, March 10, 11, 17 & 18
The Lab Theater

Even in dreams, there is right and wrong. A witty and enchanting contemporary adaptation of Calderón de la Barca's classic Life Is a Dream by one of the finest playwrights of our time, Sueño follows the life of young Prince Segismundo, heir to the Spanish throne who is imprisoned at birth. What will Segismundo do when he is released if all he’s ever known are his prison walls?




All matinees start at 10:00am; show lengths and locations vary by production. This season’s shows are appropriate for High school students, grades 9-12. Tickets are $10 per student, plus 2 free tickets for teachers and/or chaperones..


Contact & Reservations

If you are interested in providing your group an opportunity to learn through experiential and artistic performance or have any further questions or concerns, please contact Pangea’s Education Coordinator at or 612-822-0015 to reserve seats for your group. 

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