WE are sold out for the run of the production. Thank you for your support!
Mission is excited to collaborate with Wayward Theatre Company to bring you The Ghost Train by Arnold Ridley. This sometimes spooky and often hilarious tale follows a group of unlikely companions who find themselves unexpectedly stranded in a desolate train station just outside of Rockland, Maine. Local legend tells of an ominous and deadly force that haunts those there parts. Will our band of unlikely heroes live to tell the tale of the haunted locomotive?
We are delighted to partner with the historic Minnesota Transportation Museum which provides our backdrop for this creepy comedy. Come early and enjoy one of the pre-show attractions; a St Paul tour on a vintage bus with a stop at a local brewery or a fantastic three course dinner in one of the museum’s historic dining cars. Tickets will be on sale soon!
In partnership with: Minnesota Transportation Museum’s Jackson Roundhouse – 193 Pennsylvania Ave. E. St. Paul, MN. 55130
Performances: 7:30pm start
Friday March 31
Saturday, April 1 – Train Car Dinner and performance
Monday, April 3 – Pay-what-you-can Night
Thursday, April 6
Friday, April 7 – Vintage Bus/Brewery Tour and performance
Saturday, April 8 – Train Car Dinner and performance – SOLD OUT
Monday, April 10 – Pay-what-you-can Night
Thursday, April 13
Friday, April 14 – Vintage Bus/Brewery Tour and performance
Saturday, April 15 – Train Car Dinner and performance (closing night)
Make a night of it with TWO Unique offerings:
Friday April 7 & 14: Step back in time with on a historic vintage bus ride, learn a little bit about the seedy side of St. Paul, and enjoy some spectacular local craft beer at Urban Growler. Then head back to the museum and bust a gut with the creepy comedy hit of the year! ($45 – includes tour, two beers at the brewery and admission to the performance) – Bus leaves the museum at 5pm – food can be purchased at Urban Growler
Saturday April 1, 8 & 15: Calling all Molls and Dolls! Slip into your best flapper attire (optional of course) and enjoy a First Class dinner on the vintage train car inside the historic museum. Savor an exquisitely prepared three course meal with wine pairings. And bust a gut with the creepy comedy hit of the year! ($65 – includes dinner, wine and admission to the performance) – Dinner event begins at 5pm.
Tickets: $15-65. Monday performances are pay-what-you-can. Tickets on sale NOW!