Greetings from the Capri.

We’d like to invite you to be a part of the 2020 inaugural season in the expanded, renovated, beautiful, new Capri.   

What kind of event or production are you dreaming of, or planning for, in 2020-21 – and beyond? How can the Capri support your work?

Consider this:  Whatever you need, from a venue for a theater performance or music concert, to a cool setting for your fashion show, film screening or fundraiser, we can help.

You’ll have two venues to choose from: the 256-seat Capri Theater and the new 125-seat Community Hall for smaller productions and events.

Available spaces include:

  • Capri stage (23’-8”w X 26’-11”d), with 15 motorized line sets.
  • Community Hall (52’-0”w X 39’-0”d), with a suspension grid.
  • Rehearsal Hall sized to the Capri stage (24’-0”w X 36’-0”d). (The Rehearsal Hall is labeled “Dance Studio” in the second level floor plan.)
  • LED lighting system and digital sound system in the Capri and the Community Hall.
  • Scene, paint and wardrobe shop.

More:
Tech Inventory
First Level Floor Plan
Second Level Floor Plan
Overall Site Plan (including Outdoor Plaza)
Community Hall Seating Options

Bookings start immediately. If you’re interested in renting the space or want to know more, please drop us a line or give us a call.

Thanks for your time.  -Hope to hear from you soon!

Sincerely,


James D. Scott
Director of the Capri
jscott@pcyc-mpls.org
612-643-2024


Kevin D. West
Artistic Associate
kwest@pcyc-mpls.org
612-643-2039

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Capri Exterior Rendering
Capri Theater - Exterior Along 23rd

Star Tribune: “$12.5 million Capri Theater renovation pinned as linchpin to north Minneapolis revitalization,” by Rohan Preston

WCCO-TV:  “New Capri Theater hopes to change culture, arts community in North Minneapolis,”
by Reg Chapman 

Capri Groundbreaking Video, featuring highlights from Mayor Frey, Council Member Jeremiah Ellison, County Commissioner Irene Fernando, PCYC Executive Director Anne Long, and more.

The Capri is owned and operated by PCYC, a 501(c)3 non-profit that’s been serving the Northside community for 65 years. PCYC’s mission is to enrich the skills, prospects and spirit of North Minneapolis area youth and adults, in partnership with families and communities. PCYC brings this mission to life through three major program divisions: the Capri, PYC Arts & Technology High School (for grades 9-12) and an after-school and summer program for children in grades K-5.