People tend to check in during these times:
The staff is very helpful, and the theater itself is beautiful.
Saw wicked here, and it was wonderful! And then theatre is gorgeous inside
Very nice fancy
Feels like your at Broadway. Motown was a hit.
The seats in the balcony are amazing!
Get in line for the ticket lottery. Great shows at an affordable price.
There isn't a bad seat on the entire balcony.
Beautiful venue. Prepay for drinks and skip the line at intermission.
The closest you can get to Broadway in the State. Beautiful venue
Girls had fun!
If you are a woman, plan on 25mins to pee. Pregnant woman's nightmare.
Being a VIP has its perks - season ticket holders have a special entrance - nice!
Get here early to admire the atheistics before your show. Gorgeous architecture and details. Now. Enjoy what you came here to see!
If you are a student or educator, try rush tickets two hours before. $25 could get great seats
Looking for close parking? Literally across Hennepin is a decently cheap underground parking ramp open to the public. Usually it is cheaper than the surface lot just west of the theatre.
Make sure to hang around out front after a show to watch old white people from the suburbs walk directly into traffic!
Ruth the Usher is the best!
It was opened in 1921 and they have kept it looking as if it just opened. You'll love going to the Orpheum for plays and musicals.
Don't go up to the top floor. It's a steep walk down to your seat in heels.
Great shows, gorgeous chandelier, and you can enjoy drinks in your seat... What's not to love?
Going to use the restroom at solera at intermission saves time
The lower seat numbers are closest to center. For instance, seat 1 in section 2 is better than seat 14 in section 1.
Rock of Ages. Hell yeah.
Buy tickets for events at the Orpheum Theatre in person at the State Theatre Box Office in advance of the performance or night of at the Orpheum Theatre and don't pay any Ticketmaster fees.
Wicked is amazing!
Go see Wicked!
wicked will be coming to play during the fall time get tickets now!
All balcony seat views seem to be good!
Long bathroom lines? Go to upper levels. Worth it!
The building opened in 1921, originally named the Hennepin Theater. The ceiling has a dome with 30,000 squares of aluminum leaf. The auditorium & the lobby are actually two separate structures.