Minneapolis, MN 55407
Ride the Flour Tower elevator as it moves from floor to floor for each scene of this comic and heartwarming theatrical performance guided by the Ghost of Mill City Past.
Based on true stories of the 1920 Washburn Crosby holiday party culled from the pages of the employee newspaper, The Eventually News, the show ranges from romance and danger to the origin of the company's marketing slogan, "Eventually—Why Not Now?" Witness Celia and Otto's rocky romance, thrill to the ingenious inventions of marketing mastermind Benjamin S. Bull, and experience the awesome sweeping power of Bill Smith.
After the play, enjoy refreshments and holiday cheer in the museum's Baking Lab, followed by time to explore the museum's exhibit gallery.
This production is written by comedian and writer Joseph Scrimshaw, directed by Laura Salveson, and stars a cast of professional Twin Cities actors. The show is recommended for age 8 and up.
2019-12-13 18:00:00 2019-12-13 18:00:00 America/Chicago An "Eventually" Christmas: Holidays at the Mill Mill City Museum