The Norhtrop Auditorium on the campus of University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, 84 Church St SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455.
The theater is quite amazing. We purchased tickets to see Pucifer at this theater in March of 2016. You can also purchase a parking pass for the parking ramp which is very conveniently located next to the event.
The theater opened back in 1929, but was recently remodeled to include fewer seats. This was done to guarantee every seat in the house is a great seat. We were on the third level and I must say the seats were great.
The sound system is incredible. You can literally feel the music. You can see the giant speakers hanging above the stage. Every word spoken is easy to hear. Granted their were microphones, but nothing was lost.
One of my favorite parts about the theater was all of the details, both inside and outside. Take a look at the patterns around the outside of the stage. Walking around inside is extremely exciting. Even the outside has beautiful columns.
They offer many events at this theater including rock concerts, comedy shows, plays, orchestra, and more.
The smoke alarm system works well. Someone was smoking on an upper level and set the system off. We were all asked to leave while they made sure there wasn’t a real fire. The system makes a strange sound when it goes off and there are flashing lights to alert anyone who is deaf. I only recently realized why the lights flash. With the great views and the way you can feel the sound system I think going to an event hear as a deaf person would be a very enjoyable event. They continued the concert once the theater was cleared.
Lastly, and this has little to do with your theatrical experience, the bathrooms are very nice. They are large, easy to find, and up to date. It might not seem that important, but when everyone gets to get up for an intermission at the same time it becomes very important.