To find their Mr. Darcy, the Guthrie Theater in Minnesota has turned to a Mad Man. Vincent Kartheiser, who plays the malcontent Pete Campbell on AMC’s “Mad Men,” will star this summer in a new Guthrie production of “Pride and Prejudice” as the brooding hero of Jane Austen’s most famous novel.
After months and year of wondering, Vikings fans will finally know what the new Vikings Stadium will look like Monday night. The wish list of what it could, or should look like has been growing. Some of the Purple’s most die-hard fans will find out in person. The Vikings will make the big reveal outside the Guthrie Theater, where lots of excitement and lots of opinions about features the new design will follow.
Oscar-winning actress Whoopi Goldberg has joined the artist lineup for the Guthrie Theater’s 50th anniversary celebration.
Officials announced Monday that a limited number of tickets will be made available for fans looking to attend an event May 13 where Minnesota Vikings officials will unveil the design for the team’s new football stadium.
Actor T.R. Knight of “Grey’s Anatomy” fame is returning to Minneapolis to help the Guthrie Theater celebrate its 50th anniversary.
The public will have its first look at the new $975 million Vikings stadium next month.
A few local directors have withstood the test of time creating an abundance of high-quality shows.
From the creator of the hit TV drama, “Brothers & Sisters,” comes a play about a family trying to heal the wounds of a difficult tragedy.
The Guthrie Theater will conclude its 50th anniversary season with a production of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice.”
Five great theater performances are coming this spring that will delight people of all ages and interests.
The Guthrie Theater will offer discounted adult tickets and on-site child care during select Saturday matinees this season.
Instead of telling patrons to put away their smartphones, the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis is offering a limited number of “Tweet Seats” to social media fans.
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The Guthrie Theater plans to commemorate its 50th season with an original one-time performance and a free community celebration next year.
Civil rights leader Julian Bond will appear at the Guthrie Theater next month to examine the political themes of the new play “Appomattox.”