Come Saturday, the Guthrie Theater’s swank Mississippi River digs will celebrate five years in operation.
The Guthrie Theater is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its Mississippi Riverfront home this weekend.
Having men play women’s roles is not a revolutionary idea, though historically it wasn’t for entertainment’s sake, but a result of ancient taboos about women performers.
A show that ran at Minneapolis’ Guthrie Theater last summer is up for 12 Tony Awards Sunday night.
“The Book of Mormon” nabbed a leading 14 Tony Award nominations Tuesday morning, earning the profane musical nods for best musical, best book of a musical, best original score, two leading actor spots and two featured actor nominations.
The Guthrie Theater plans a mix of Shakespeare, a Tennessee Williams classic and a Neil Simon comedy in its next season.
The Guthrie Theater will announce its new season during a live webcast.
Emmy and Tony Award-winning actor David Hyde Pierce is sitting down for an interview at the Guthrie Theater.
Hundreds of young aspiring actors and other theater students are converging on the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis for a crash course in putting on a play.
When it comes to holiday cheer, there’s no place quite like the music and merriment of seeing a festive show. Thankfully, in Minnesota, we’re given a wide array of options to stay warm inside a cozy theater, listening to the holiday music that’s a yearly must.
Rohan Preston had quite a busy week. He talks about Deadly, Robin Hood, and the portion of The Great Game that he was able to catch during the week. He also talks about a reading […]
I’ll be completely honest — I’m still trying to figure out exactly how I feel about the Guthrie’s production of “The Scottsboro Boys.”
Rohan Preston makes his weekly visit to preview the upcoming run of The Gospel at Colonus, as well as the Guthrie Theatre extending the contract of artistic director Joe Dowling. Sample Night Live is back […]
The Guthrie’s production of “A Streetcar Named Desire” has already hit it big with audiences.
The Guthrie Theater is opening a musical about an infamous 1930s case before it heads to Broadway.