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Duluth Mayor Emily Larson to make her MinnRoast debut

Last year, Mayors Frey and Carter stole the show with their debut musical performances. This year, they’ll have to make way for Duluth Mayor Emily Larson in her MinnRoast debut.

Duluth Mayor Emily Larson
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Duluth Mayor Emily Larson
Last year, Mayors Jacob Frey and Melvin Carter stole the show with their debut musical performances. This year, they’ll have to make way for Duluth Mayor Emily Larson in her MinnRoast debut. With a history of winning the support of a crowd, she expects to get at least 72 percent of the audience laughing (if not more). Will she dethrone Frey and Carter, becoming the star of MinnRoast? Get your ticket to find out!

MinnRoast is the highlight of Minnesota’s political calendar. Every year politicians, journalists, actors, and singers converge at the State Theatre to gently skewer Minnesota politics and each other. Acts are wide-ranging in this variety show  from monologues and video sketches to songs and parodies.

Mayor Emily Larson joins a packed cast including: Gov. Tim Walz, Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith, KARE11’s Jana Shortal, both Twin Cities mayors, the entire Minnesota delegation to the U.S. House, actress Sally Wingert, choral group OutLoud! and more!

Buy your tickets online through Ticketmaster or in-person at the State Theatre box office.

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