Guthrie Theater Director Joe Dowling announced playwright Carson Kreitzer as the recipient of the Joe Dowling Annaghmakerrig Fellowship Award, given to an established theater professional who is associated with the Guthrie.
The Guthrie today
announced it will welcome acclaimed singer/songwriter Jonatha Brooke to the
Dowling Studio to present two performances of her one-woman show My Mother
Has Four Noses, directed by Jeremy Cohen, on Monday, December 16 and
Tuesday, December 17 at 7:30 p.m.
Guthrie will again host nationally acclaimed
humorist, actor and playwright Kevin
and his celebrated one-man show Tales from the Charred
Underbelly of the Yule Logon Monday, December 16 at 7:30 p.m.
The Guthrie Store, located on Level One of the Guthrie Theater, is the perfect place to do your holiday shopping this year. Stocked with an array of new merchandise, and offering extended shopping hours in November and December, the Guthrie Store is a convenient one-stop-shop, brimming with unique ideas for women, men, children, theater enthusiasts and more.
In addition to the nationally-recognized work on its stages, the Guthrie Theater building generates excitement of its own, drawing visitors from all parts of the country and from around the world. This holiday season, plan a visit to the Guthrie where there are a myriad of things to see and do with friends and family of all ages.
Tuesday, October 22 marks the first day of rehearsal for the Guthrie Theater's 2013 production of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, presented by U.S. Bank. The perennial holiday favorite, now in its 39th year at the Guthrie, features a script by British playwright Crispin Whittell andis directed by Joe Chvala.
The Guthrie Theater today announced casting for its production of Born Yesterday, Garson Kanin's deliciously witty screwball comedy about a thuggish businessman and his moll who wrestle with the pedantic establishment of Washington, D.C.
The Guthrie Theater today announced a presentation of the Telling Project in conjunction with the theater's current production of An Iliad. Max Reyneard directs Telling: Minnesota anoriginal, three-act play written from interviews with the performers.