ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Interact Theater is gearing up to present its first production in its new space in St. Paul next month.

The theater will open “Plotholes: A Fool’s Foibles” on April 24 in the Midway neighborhood.

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“Plotholes” was created by the company under the direction of Jon Ferguson. The play is done in the mocking style of the bouffon clown. It’s the first production in Interact’s three-year exploration of the role of the Fool in history, literature and theater.

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Interact Theater includes actors with disabilities in its casts. The theater produces two original, fully staged productions each year, created and performed by the company.

In addition, the Interact Gallery will display new works by 15 of Interact’s visual artists during the play’s run.

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