Few shows need less introduction than “My Fair Lady.” Small wonder few seats are available at the Guthrie Theater, where British actress Helen Anker is charming Higgins and crowds alike as the effervescent Eliza Doolittle. WCCO had the chance to speak with Anker. Here are some excerpts.
The Guthrie Theatre is celebrating its 50th anniversary this weekend in Minneapolis. Spokeswoman Trish Santini says it all began in the early 1960s when founder Tyrone Guthrie was looking for a home for what he envisioned to be a world-class, regional theater. Guthrie wanted a space with all of the top-notch talent of Broadway
For those that have seen Shakespeare plays before or those looking to experience them for the first time, one thing’s guaranteed: You’ve never seen Shakespeare like this.
British playwright Christopher Hampton will be on stage at the Guthrie Theater in more ways than one.
The Guthrie Theater plans a ticket sale to celebrate the opening weekend of its 50th season.
Wilson, a former Guthrie actor, will appear for an “In Conversation” with Guthrie Director Joe Dowling on Sunday, July 17, at 1 p.m.
It’s no secret that the Minneapolis thriving arts community is the envy of many cities. But perhaps what’s not well known is the history behind our great cultural scene.