‘Til Death

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Book by Jeremiah Gamble

Music and Lyrics by Jeremiah and Vanessa Gamble

• Based on Original Staging by Joy Donley

• Music Arrangement & Accompaniment by Michael Pearce Donley

• Scenic Design by Katie Phillips

• Lighting Design by Shannon Elliot

• Director, Elizabeth Efteland

• Original choreography by Betsy Mills

• Dance coach, Maureen Sherman-Mendez

• Featuring the theatrical and marital talents of two real-life-married couples: Jeremiah & Vanessa Gamble as Ethan & Olivia and Damian and Anna Leverett as Leslie & Freddie!

The musical comedy that’s become a Twin Cities Valentine’s tradition returns for a 6th season at Art House North!


January 31st-February 22nd
Fridays & Saturdays, 7:30pm


Also an added 3pm matinee on Saturday, Feb. 15th, AND a Pay-What-You-Can-Night Monday, Feb. 10th at 7:30pm


Tickets: $20-$27  ($3 off for students, seniors 65+, $5 off for groups of 10+, $7 off for groups of 20+)

OPENING WEEKEND DISCOUNT! Only $20! It’s the best price AND the best time to see the show!


Roasty coffee and artisanal cupcakes from our neighborhood bakery, Brake Bread, included! (Gluten-free options available and equally delicious)


PLUS! Michael Pearce Donley (of Triple Espresso fame) will performing love songs by request whilst you enjoy your dessert!


Runtime is 90 minutes, plus there will be a 15 minute intermission.


>Use this link to buy tickets now!

What people are saying:

” A charming, silly,  funny and at times poignant musical comedy about love and relationships… with catchy songs and great performances.” -Cherry and Spoon

“Til Death’s strength is that it rings true to life. Add to that the stellar performers and well-written lyrics, and this show is sure to have you laughing as you reach to hold your loved ones a little tighter.”

 -Say Entirely


“Til Death is a breath of fresh air. It is touchingly beautiful without being cloying, simultaneously heartrending and hilarious. Come to this show prepared to laugh.” -Say Entirely

“Hilarious, yet serious, touching, but not sappy. Made me think long and hard after it was over.” -Audience member


“If you haven’t seen Til Death at Art House North, you’re not living. Five thumbs up. Ten stars. All of the things. You seriously need to see this show. You’ll laugh and you’ll cry and you’ll laugh while you’re crying.” -Audience member


“Touching, tear-jerking show. Delightful and moving.” -Audience member


“Great date night! The right blend of touching and humorous, and bits every couple can relate to. Go! You’ll be glad you did.” -Audience member


“Phenomenal show! The cupcakes are really good, too!” -Audience member


“Wonderful show! Perfect timing, perfect balance. Go see it! Take a friend!” -Audience member


“Charming, funny, good music and voices. Saw it last night to celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary! Go!” -Audience member


“Amazing, funny, touching and so true!” -Audience member


“Totally blown away! Loved every minute of the performance!” -Audience member


“We cannot say enough good things about your performance. We are avid theatre goers from NY – You guys are sooooo incredibly, multi-faceted talented! Your voices, acting, comedic deliveries were spot on. Totally blown away. We want to see EVERYTHING you guys put on.-Audience member

A bit of history:

‘Til Death premiered at Open Window Theater in Minneapolis, MN in the fall of 2012. The show toured Minnesota winter of 2013 and winter 2014 and landed at its regular venue, Art House North, February 2015 and has become a seasonal Valentine’s staple at Art House North since.


From writer, Jeremiah Gamble:

We always learn something new when we write a show– about life, about ourselves. Creating art is therapeutic and, frankly, after 14 years of marriage and running a theater company together, we thought a little self induced “art therapy” wouldn’t hurt. So, Vanessa and I wrote, ’Til Death: A Marriage Musical in 2012. We wanted to take an inward look at our own struggles of trying to practice forgiveness and live out a committed relationship. Also, we wanted to work with other couples in the show. We love the uniqueness of working with other real-life couples on a show about real-life relationships.

Interested in getting the rights to produce this very produce-able small scale musical? We have the score, cast recordings and all the resources you’ll need. Email us at info@bucketbrigadetheater.com