Conceived & originally directed by John Michael Tebelak
Music & new lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
Originally produced on the New York Stage by Edgar Lansbury, Stuart Duncan, & Joseph Berch
Directed by Resident Director Robert Neu
Prepare ye for Godspell, the greatest story ever told as you’ve never seen it before! This beloved classic from Stephen Schwartz—the award-winning composer of Wicked and Pippin—is a timeless tale of friendship, loyalty, and love that has touched the hearts of countless theatergoers all over the world.
“It’s a serious show, it has a serious message. But the journey there is HILARIOUS.” -Director Robert Neu
Fresh from a 2011 Broadway revival, this updated, contemporary brings one of the most enduring shows of all time to life for a whole new audience. Godspell promises to raise your spirit with exhilarating musical numbers and various musical styles—including rock, pop, rap, R & B, ragtime, and more. It is uplifting, enthralling, and not to be missed.
Recommended for ages 6 and older. For those parents or guardians with additional questions, please visit our ‘What Parents Should Know’ page for answers and a special matinee ticket deal.
Please see our ratings page for additional details. The ratings page is not intended for those under the age of 17.
This production will use strobe light and fog effects.
Tickets range from $17-$26. Please visit the Pricing and Seating section of our website for further information.
Tickets are available online or by calling the box office at 763-422-1838.
- Learn more about the productions you see on the Main Street Stage by checking out our Study Guide.
- Bring your questions for the cast of the show to the Post-Show Talkback.
We were able to sneak into an early rehearsal of “Godspell,” coming up Feb. 14 – March 16. Though they’re not costumed and they don’t have props yet, this cast sounds amazing together!
|Colin Hutchins||Charles Goitia||Tolu Ekisola||Lisa Hanson|
|Nicholas Kaspari||Jessica Ktytor||Zach Marleau||Quinn Shadko|
|Joshua Smith||Sadie Wunder|
Mary Cay Stone – Music Director
Penelope Freeh – Choreographer
Nate Stanger – Stage Manager
Samantha Fromm Haddow – Costume Designer
Dan Thorson – Lighting Designer
Kirby Moore – Set Designer
Jason Hobbie – Sound Design
Marcie Anderson – Prop Designer
Molly Joe Schrade – Assistant Choreographer
Ben Schrade – Assistant Musical Director
Warren Sampson – Guitar/ Mandolin
Dave Worley – Bass
Jeff Geisler – Drums
Stacy Kohout – Assistant Stage Manager
Cameron Butler – Running Crew
Bob Francis – Light/ Sound Board Op
Holly Molskness – Light Board Op
Erin Belpedio – Sound Board Op