Frozen at the Underground

Created: 11/08/2013 8:35 AM

Our friend Tessa Lenneman with the Duluth Playground stopped by to tell us about a play opening at the Underground. 

'Frozen' opened on Thursday. This is a psychological thriller about a serial killer, one of his victim's mothers, and the his psychologist. In 2004, 'Frozen' was a nominee for Best Play at the Tony Awards.

"It has a lot of anger, and a lot of passion," Tessa tells us. The show started off Broadway, and was able to move onto Broadway. The themes of the play includes emotional paralysis and forgiveness.

We had a sneak peek at a dress rehearsal as you can see. The Underground is located at 506 W Michigan Street, in Duluth.

The show runs November 7-9 and 14-16, all shows starting at 7:30 PM.  Tickets are available for $15 online or at the door, student tickets are just $10. You can get more information by visiting the Underground's website or Facebook, or by calling them at 218-733-7555.

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