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The Zephyr Theatre is coming back stronger than ever by bringing arts to you and the community in both safe and responsible ways with virtual and in-person productions! That only happens with your help. Please consider becoming a Sustaining Member, purchasing an engraved commemorative brick, paver, tile, or ordering a gift certificate.
Date: Friday, July 10, 2020, Outdoor Stage
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Tickets: Free, donations accepted.
Date: Saturday, July 4, 2020
Time: 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm
The Zephyr Theatre and Stillwater Community Education are partnering to offer an amazing theatrical opportunity for youth this summer!
A Zephyr Theatre Newsletter for Those “In the Know” Executive Director’s Note Hello! We are so excited to welcome people back for our safe, outdoor, and physically distant Zephyr Breeze Summer Series! Lots of exciting announcements coming up. A Zoom-weary population is hungry for the in-person communication. Humans need connection.…
Executive Director’s Note Hello Everyone! We want to assure you that The Zephyr Theatre is planning to come back stronger than ever! Lots of creative and out-of-the-box thinking is in the works here as we plan to bring arts to you and the community in safe and responsible ways. The…
Spot a trolley and see a Stillwater good neighbor
Do you know that Stillwater used to be the lumber capital of the world? You do if you’ve taken a ride on the Stillwater Trolley and Dick Zimmerman was your driver.
Mad Capper and theatre team up to present a cabaret
When customers arrive at the Mad Capper Saloon and Eatery in downtown Stillwater on Aug. 14, they’ll get a special welcome. That Friday evening, they’ll hear a rendition of “Willkommen,” the campy greeting from the 1972 movie “Cabaret.”
Zephyr Breeze Summer Series promises outdoor entertainment
The Tommy Bentz Band, with slide guitars and drums, christened the new outdoor stage at The Zephyr Theatre July 10. These three Wisconsin rockers were the first musicians to perform in the Zephyr Breeze Summer Series, and they attracted a crowd of nearly 100.