Guthrie Theater Director of Studio Programming Lauren Ignauttoday announced additional details and dates for presentations in the
Dowling Studio during the 2014-2015 season, including a co-production by Pillsbury
House Theatre and The Mount Curve Company; an
immersive performance created by Sarah Agnew, Nick Golfis, and
Chantal Pavageaux; 7thHouse Theater;The Telling Project; Jon Ferguson's Theater Forever, Flying
Foot Forum and aMu Performing Arts developmental work
Under the direction of Joel Sass (The 39 Steps), Vanya
and Sonia and Masha and Spike will feature Candy
Buckley, Joshua James Campbell, Ali Rose Dachis, Charles Janasz, Isabell Monk O'Connor and Suzanne
Guthrie Theater will welcome Black Label Movement to the Dowling Studio for the
first time with its 75-minute dance theater production Wreck. Choreographed and directed
by Carl Flink, with original music by Mary Ellen Childs, this riveting tale of survival and
compassion will play July 11-20, 2014.
The Guthrie proudly welcomes the Out of Joint and the
Octagon Theatre Bolton co-production of Our Country's Good by Timberlake
Wertenbaker as part of its respected WorldStage Series. Based on real events, the Olivier Award-winning play is a potent
and expansive historical drama about the redemptive power of theater.
Broadway veterans Helen Anker (Promises, Promises), Donald Corren (Souvenir), Jeff McCarthy (Chicago) and Tony Sheldon (Priscilla, Queen of the Desert) lead the cast of the beloved Lerner and Loewe musical, set to play the Guthrie’s thrust stage for the first time, June 28 – August 31, 2014.
2014-2015 Season to include first-time productions of four acclaimed playwrights, Dowling's signature Shakespeare play, two classics of the theater canon, and an all-American musical. Dowling, the longest tenured artistic director in Guthrie history, fulfills 20 years at the helm, and will direct three productions in his final season.
Theater today announced casting of the leading ladies for its first production
of Beth Henley's Crimes of the Heart, an award-winning comedy with a Southern
Gothic twist. Under the direction of Marcela Lorca, Crimes of the Heart will feature the talents of Maggie
Chestovich, Georgia Cohen and Ashley Rose Montondo as the up-to-no-good
sisters, and Sarah Agnew as their nosy know-it-all cousin Chick.
Guthrie Theater today announced it will welcome the return of Walking
Shadow Theatre Company to the Dowling Studio with its production of The
Three Musketeers, a crisp new adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' popular
uniquely gifted instructors and a wide range of offerings, Summer Camps at
the Guthrieare an ideal way to spend a week igniting passion for theater
in young people grades 2-12; weeklong camps begin July 7 and continue through
August 15. All levels are welcome.
Guthrie Theater will host the 15th Annual Shakespeare
Classic on Sunday, April 27, offering young people ages 10 to 17 an
opportunity to experience Hamlet. This annual event,
tailored specifically for young audiences, features a specially prepared play
program, $10 tickets to the 1 p.m. matinee performance and a post-play discussion
in which actors from the show will engage with the audience.