Commonweal Theatre Company
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The Commonweal Theatre Company is a professional theatre company in Lanesboro, Minnesota, United States. Established in 1989 by Eric Bunge, Scott Olson and Scott Putman, the company's season runs April to December and comprises five plays chosen from among classic, contemporary, and emerging playwrights. Due to the Scandinavian influence in southeast Minnesota, the Commonweal produces the works of Henrik Ibsen annually, and remains the only theatre company in North America with such a commitment.〔Whisner, Amanda (2007). ''Impossible Dreams: A Commonweal Commemorative Book''.
The Commonweal is an artist-run company, with a "Resident Ensemble" of members living in the Lanesboro area. This group provides the day-to-day artistic and operational needs of the company as artist/administrators. The company also employs Seasonal Company members, college interns, and, since 2008, an Apprentice Company.
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