Guthrie Theater director Joe Dowling today announced the appointment of Danielle St. Germain-Gordon as the theater's Director of Development. St. Germain-Gordon comes to the Guthrie from Arena Stage in Washington, DC, where she served as Chief Development Officer since 2011.
The Guthrie Theater today announced that a public celebration of the life and work of former Guthrie artist Stephen Kanee, who passed away on January 18, will take place Sunday, April 14 at 11 a.m. on the Guthrie's Wurtele Thrust Stage.
The Guthrie Theater
today announced that beginning December 27, the theater will offer its
first-ever "Tweet Seats" during four consecutive Thursday performances of
The Servant of Two Masters,
allowing social media users an opportunity to interact during the show.
Director Joe Dowling today announced actor/writer Matthew Amendt as the
recipient of the first Joe Dowling Annaghmakerrig Fellowship Award. Dowling
also announced Sally
as this year's winner of the Artistic
which is given annually to a person associated with the Guthrie who has
contributed with great service and distinction to the Guthrie audience and
Guthrie Theater today announced the new "30 Below" ticket program for audience
members 30 years old and younger that will enable them to buy tickets at the
same price as the public rush line on the day of any particular performance
without having to wait in line.
The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul and the Guthrie today
announced a new partnership that will link the two organizations in an ongoing
series of film screenings and programming that will provide a new home for the
popular filmed-theater series NT Live
originating from the National Theatre of London,
as well as films selected and curated by the Film Society inspired by the
Guthrie's upcoming 2012-2013 season, its 50th.
Guthrie Theater Director Joe
Dowling today announced the appointment of Lauren
Ignaut to the position of director of studio theater programming, a
promotion from her position as presentations administrator.
In its efforts to continue to promote its public spaces as a year-round
welcoming destination, the Guthrie Theater has invited six local celebrities to
its recording studio to lend their voices to a revamped and freshly written
version of its self-guided audio tour.