About Long Lake Theater
In 2001, Bruce Bolton had the idea of converting a former church into a live, 100-seat theater. The old church was located in the village of Hubbard. Managing a theater was his lifelong dream, so he pursued it. The 'curtain rose' for the first time in June 2002, and we've been entertaining audiences with our line-up of top-notch comedy, drama and musicals ever since. Colbenson and his acting company, Lone Wolf Players, staged many fine productions at Long Lake Theater. Bruce, along with his wife/business partner, Shannon Geisen, are indebted to Mark Colbenson for sharing his passion for theater and immense talent.
After more renovation, The Landmark opened in June 2008 as a cozy, 100-seat theater. We're thrilled to offer this additional stage for great family entertainment. We also wish to thank our loyal patrons who have so faithfully supported theater arts for these many years.
This theatre is so wonderful! I have enjoyed every single production I've attended - the hosts are amazing and the atmosphere always beautiful and warm. Best theatre in MN!