Still Something To 'Dieu'!
Our 2014 season is officially over, but we have one more event up our sleeve. We are thrilled to announce our first-ever Lodge Concert featuring acclaimed classical and flamenco guitarist, Tony Hauser. 
Tony Hauser’s concert career spans over forty years with hundreds of performances in communities and colleges throughout North America. He has toured with the legendary jazz guitarist Charlie Byrd and leads a band called “The Brasilnutz” that specializes in authentic performances of a variety of Brazilian musical styles not often heard in the U.S. His music has been broadcast on National Public Radio and Garrison Keillor‘s “A Prairie Home Companion”. He also has won the Minnesota Music Award for Guitarists and is the founder of the Minnesota Guitar Society. Mr. Hauser was nominated by Senator Rod Grams to represent the state of Minnesota with performances at Kennedy Center and on the Capitol grounds in Washington D.C. 
Here's what folks across the state and country are saying about Mr. Hauser's work:

“he is a proficient technicianand skilled interpreter. He played without excessive rubato, letting the shapes of the musical phrases speak for themselves, his tone was clear and full, and his fingers were as remarkably nimble as ever”
Roy Close
Minneapolis Star-Trubune

“last night’s concert should be aninspiration to those “strummers” who seek to find something better in playing the guitar.” Mary McGary Anchorage Times

“...clean technic and sensitive nuances... played with strong dynamic contrast and irresistable elan.”
Werner Zepernick Nashville Banner 



All seats are $15 general admission.

Seating is very limited and reservations are recommended. 

Make your reservation online 24/7 on the tickets page.

You may also leave a message at 320.846.3150 with your reservation preference. This will not reserve your seat, however. You will receive a phone call within 24 hours to obtain a method of payment to secure your seating request. 

TLHD Receives Substantial Grant!
We are delighted and humbled to announce that Theatre L'Homme Dieu is the recipient of a Difference Maker grant from the Alexandria Area Community Foundation. We received $23,000 for building updates and equipment to further our ability to produce and present live theatre, fine arts, and educational programming in the Lakes Area. Thanks to the AACF, the Maritime Museum for a lovely reception, and to our patrons for 54 years of continued support! 
The Alexandria Area Community Foundation (AACF) is a public charity that attracts and administers charitable funds for the benefit of the local community. since 1992, AACF has helped fund activities that improve the quality of life in the Lakes Area, and the Foundation provides a variety of services to donors, their professional advisors and nonprofit organizations. AACF is affiliated with the Central Minnesota Community Foundation, which administers more than 600 funds totaling more than $105 million. Learn more at

Don't Forget About Us!
It's been an exciting season that has included a concert event, hilarious romps, some heartwarming tales, dance, puppetry, and a summer workshop series. We've had amazing guest artists and incredible companies here to share their skill, talent, and joy for the theatre. You've joined us for live music and an incredibly well-received artist workshop & reading of a classic play under the greentrees. 

Even though those leaves will change color, the weather will turn colder, and the days get shorter, rest assured we are hard at work getting our 2015 55th Anniversary Season ready to announce. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter (@tlhommedieu) for up-to-date announcements about our Annual Season Announcement Party in November. 
It's going to be great. You won't want to miss out!
Exciting news from the Minnesota State Arts Board!
Theatre L'Homme Dieu was awarded a multi-year operating grant as part of a pilot program through the Minnesota State Arts Board.  It provides general operating support to high quality, established arts organizations that produce, present, or exhibit works of art; to organizations that provide a broad range of services to artists; and to community arts schools and conservatories that make arts learning available to Minnesotans of all ages and abilities.

Our Mission: Theatre L’Homme Dieu produces and presents exceptional live theatre, fine arts and educational programming that celebrates culture and nurtures community, enriching the quality of life throughout Alexandria, the Lakes Area and Central Minnesota.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.


Get more involved and help support the theatre!
-Make a contribution
-Invite a guest to join you in the audience
-Become a volunteer usher
-Host a cocktail fundraiser in your home
-Get your kids to do community/volunteer service through school/church
-Volunteer your time painting, doing small building repairs
-Remember TLHD in your will
-Join the Friends of the Theatre organization
-Help plan the 55th Anniversary event
-Connect us with TLHD alums
-Sponsor a show

Contact Interim Director, Sara Schwabe, for more information at or 320-846-3150 (during seasonal box office hours).