F. Scott Fitzgerald, nationally known author and St. Paul native, is the namesake of the historic Fitzgerald Theatre conveniently located in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota. The Fitzgerald Theatre was built in 1910 as part of several theatres constructed by the Shubert Theatre Corporation. Over the years it was also known for the movies played on state-of-the-art screens, pleasing audiences in the 1930s.
The Fitzgerald Theatre hosted an important political debate in 2002 between Norm Colemand and Walter Mondale. This debate was particularly heated because Mondale stepped in for the Democratic Party after the tragic and unexpected death of Paul Wellstone. Also, the Fitzgerald Theatre is known for the Prairie Home Companion, both the live version and the recently released movie.
The Fitzgerald Theatre is St. Paul's oldest stage venue. To take in the beauty of the facility and a live performance, purchase Fitzgerald Theatre tickets to an upcoming event. Fitzgerald Theatre tickets are available for a variety of entertainment options. Purchase your Fitzgerald Theatre tickets today and go to something from a classic play to a contemporary musical, the Fitzgereald Theatre Schedule has something for everyone!
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