Pamela Espeland Frank Theatre’s 30th season isn’t long – just two plays – and it’s not frothy. In true Frank fashion, both plays have something to say and neither pulls any punches.Founding artistic director Wendy Knox takes pride in shaking cages and making audiences think. She often stages plays in nontraditional venues. In 2016, she presented “The Good Person of Setzuan” in a vacant Lake Street Rainbow Foods store. To quote Cherry and Spoon, “It was definitely the strangest place I have ever seen theater, but not the strangest place Frank Theatre has ever done theater.”Frank’s 2018-19 season opens in the Minnesota Transportation Museum, where vintage locomotives and a roundhouse will set the scene. The play: Friedrich Durrenmatt’s...
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