Trial Reenactment






Trial Reenactment

Landmark Center’s Trial Reenactment Series is a theatre program designed to bring to life many of the trials and court decisions that were made in Landmark Center when it was the Federal Courts Building.  Noted Twin Cities judges, legal practitioners and academics often trade robes for costumes to bring the courts to life.

The 2014 Trial Reenactment will feature the story of activist Rose Pastor Stokes in "Espionage, Disloyalty, & Socialism: The Trial of Rose Pastor Stokes."

Tickets - $5

Time - 7 pm

The reenactment performances are open to the public and due to their popularity always require a reservation. Please call 651.292.3063 to make purchase tickets. A post-performance presentation and reception with the cast usually follows the show.

Past performances have included the following personalities or stories:

James J. Hill
W. B. Foshay
Evelyn Frechette
- girlfriend of John Dillinger
Volney Davis, Barker-Karpis Gang “henchman”
Alvin “Creepy” Karpis, Barker-Karpis Gang
The Lewis and Clark Papers
Kid Cann