From Children's Theatre Company
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Named one of "Seven Artists You Must See" by American Theatre, Sonja Parks brilliantly embodies over a dozen distinct and diverse characters in this enthralling solo production.

Meet the fascinating folk of Gibb Street. From Ana, a crotchety old Romanian woman, to Gonzalo, a feisty Latino teenager, a fractured immigrant neighborhood comes together when spirited, young Kim plants some precious beans in a nearby vacant lot. Based on the book by Newbery Medal-winning author Paul Fleischman, SEEDFOLKS was selected to represent the United States at the International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People's World Congress in 2017.

"A tale of healing and restoration with agility, empathy and a whole lot of heart"Star Tribune "Parks displays a magnificent gift for capturing the voices of people from distinctly different cultures and life experiences, and compelling you to listen."Twin Cities "Seedfolks demonstrates how Americans from different cultural, racial and religious backgrounds can organically become a community." Seattle Times


National Endowment for the Arts
Seedfolks is supported, in part, by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.


Performance Facts

Performance Facts

60 minutes with no intermission

Tickets start at $16.
Individual prices display during seat selection.

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Heads Up: Parental Considerations

Heads Up:
Parental Considerations

One-woman play exploring the American immigrant experience. Narrative structure may be challenging for kids under the recommended age. Created for family audiences.

Read the play's character guide.


Play Before the Play!

And after! Experience the art forms onstage in Seedfolks for yourself through New Victory Family Engagement programs, including online options. Connect on social media to digitally discover other cool artist info.

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Getting to Know Children's Theatre Company

Children's Theatre Company started in Minneapolis in 1965 as a small theater company called The Moppet Players. In the years since, they've grown significantly and have even become the first-ever theater for young audiences to win a Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theater. Although their name and scope have changed since they were founded, their mission remains: to bring creative dance and theater to kids in their community. Much of the theater's repertoire comes from adapting classic kids' literature, inviting their audiences to futher immerse themselves in their favorite stories.

Did You Know?

  • The Children's Theatre Company has created over 200 plays since they were founded, including A Year with Frog and Toad, which was presented at the New Vic in 2002.
  • They regularly partner with a local hospital to give newborns a voucher to see one of their shows anytime until their fifth birthday. Theater is that baby's first ever birthday present!
  • The Children's Theatre Company's scenic and costume designs are particularly rich, as the company prides itself on working with talented designers with varied backgrounds.


All The Way From...

Minneapolis, Minnesota
...Minneapolis, Minnesota


Minneapolis is second only to New York City for the most live theater seats per capita.

Attending the Performance

All New Victory venues are located on the north side of 42nd Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues, and are wheelchair accessible.


The majority of this season's performances are presented at The New Victory, a 499-seat, historic, jewel box theater. Make yourselves at home in our lobbies and stow your stuff in free storage lockers.

Seating Chart • Virtual Tour



Located just west of The New Victory, the New 42nd Street Studios building is a state-of-the-art, 10-story rehearsal studio/office/theater complex. Productions that require a more intimate space play at The Duke on 42nd Street theater and in the Studios.
Seating varies in these flexible spaces.



All New Victory venues feature snacks and souvenirs for sale, and stroller parking and changing tables are available whenever age-appropriate. Lobby monitors at The New Victory show a live stream of the stage so that you won't miss out if you need to leave your seat.
Read more about all three venues here, including accessibility information.
Please do not bring backpacks or large bags to the theater. All bags are subject to inspection.

Public Transit & Parking Map • Neighborhood & Partner Discounts


Where To Go

 The Duke on 42nd Street and New 42nd Street Studios
229 West 42nd Street New York, NY, 10036

 The New Victory Theater
209 West 42nd Street New York, NY, 10036


Welcome to 42nd Street

Welcome to the Crossroads of the World. We recommend that you come early or stay late and grab a bite with one of our neighborhood partners. Visit Partners & Discounts page.

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In addition to regularly available lobby activities, look for the following symbols to identify additional programs at specific performances:
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New Victory ticket prices are subject to change. Each person, regardless of age, must have a ticket to be admitted. Kids under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. No lap seating is permitted without a ticket. Program and schedules are subject to change. No refunds.