Built in 1927, the Capri Theater hosts a variety of performing arts including theater, film, music, dance, and more. Since 2013, the SPCO has been presenting Chamber Music Series concerts and Start the Music! family performances in this historic theater.
Join us for these upcoming events at Capri Theater in North Minneapolis.
Oct. 2, 2020, 7 p.m.
SPCO @ THE CAPRI SERIES #1 (CANCELED)
Feb. 5, 2021, 7 p.m.
SPCO @ THE CAPRI SERIES #2
March 26, 2021, 7 p.m.
SPCO @ THE CAPRI SERIES #3
The Capri Theater is located one block east from the intersection of West Broadway and Penn Ave. N.
Take the Penn Ave. exit and travel north past Golden Valley Road. Turn right on 23rd Ave. North one block before West Broadway. Parking is available on the Plymouth Christian Youth Center campus, which is just one block off Penn on 23rd Ave. N.
Exit on West Broadway and travel west toward Penn Ave. Take a left on Penn and then another left on 23rd Ave. North. Parking is available on the Plymouth Christian Youth Center campus, which is just one block off Penn on 23rd Ave. N.
From Hwy. 100
Exit on Duluth Street and travel east. Duluth Street becomes Golden Valley Road. Continue heading east on Golden Valley Road and take a left on Penn Ave. North. Turn right on 23rd Ave. North one block before West Broadway. Parking is available on the Plymouth Christian Youth Center campus, which is just one block off Penn on 23rd Ave. N.
Parking is available behind the Capri theater on a gravel lot, as well as on a vacated one-block stretch of Oliver Ave. North between 23rd Ave. North and West Broadway. The Capri also leases the parking lot off West Broadway (on the Penn Ave. side of the theater) for events. Street parking is allowed on both sides of West Broadway after 6 p.m.
Mobility Impaired Services
Parking: ADA-compliant parking is available in two parking lots adjacent to the Capri, one small lot to the east (on Oliver Avenue North just off 23rd Avenue North) and one larger lot to the west of the building. There is also on-street parking on West Broadway. More details available on the Capri's website
Ramps: The main entrance on the corner of West Broadway and Logan Avenue North is wheelchair accessible.
Elevators: Theater seating is on the main floor and does not require an elevator.
Wheelchair Seating: All seats at the Capri Theater are General Admission. Patrons with accessibility needs can purchase a regular GA ticket and speak with an usher at the event to find seating that best fits their needs.
Accessible Restrooms: Both the men’s and women’s bathrooms are ADA compliant.
Hearing/Visually Impaired Services
Programs: Large print programs are available at all performances upon request and Braille programs are available with one month advance notice from the date of the concert.
Listening Devices: Assistive listening devices for Capri performances are available. We can also arrange for American Sign Language interpreters. Please contact James Scott in advance of the performance you wish to attend to arrange for this service: 612-643-2024 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information from the Capri Theater, please visit their accessibility page at http://thecapritheater.org/accessibility/.