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These popular free events give our audiences an opportunity to meet actors, artists and theater staff to discuss the Guthrie productions currently running. Post-play discussions follow immediately upon a performance and involve the actors, giving you the chance to ask questions and to find out more.

 

Pericles

Wurtele Thrust Stage 
  • Sunday, January 31 following the matinee performance
  • Tuesday, February 2 following the evening performance
  • Saturday, February 13 following the matinee performance
  • Saturday, February 20 following the matinee performance

 

You for Me for You

Dowling Studio
  • Sunday, February 21 following the matinee performance 
    with playwright Mia Chung
  • Thursday, February 25 following the evening performance
  • Saturday, February 27 following the matinee performance

    In partnership with Gazillion Strong, the February 27 post-show discussion will feature Angilee Shah and Julia Nekessa Opoti, the cast and director Randy Reyes.*

  • Thursday, March 3 following the evening performance
  • Saturday, March 5 following the evening performance


*Angilee Shah is the digital editor for Global Nation, PRI's coverage of immigration in the U.S. She focuses on building features that encourage dialogue, especially by connecting diverse communities online. Shah is the co-editor of Chinese Characters, a collection of stories about life in China published by UC Press in September 2012. Formerly the editor of the online magazine AsiaMedia, which was published at the UCLA Asia Institute, she is now a consulting editor to the Journal of Asian Studies. She has reported from across Asia, including China, Thailand, Indonesia and Sri Lanka, and was a South Asian Journalists Association Reporting Fellow in 2007/08. Her writing has appeared in the LA Weekly, Far Eastern Economic Review, Mother Jones Online, Pacific Standard, TimeOut Singapore and Global Voices.

Julia Nekessa Opoti is a communications and media practitioner working to create voice channels for some of Minnesota's most pressing political issues. Her work in media promotes the articulation by grassroots voices of often unheard perspectives on minority and immigrant life in Minnesota, particularly the Twin Cities. Her work explores such subjects as class, migration, education, sexuality, identity and belonging from the immigrant and diaspora perspectives.

Gazillion Strong is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the development of resources and tools that aid marginalized communities, such as adopted people, foster alums, immigrants, people of color, and LGBTQ community members, to speak and advocate for themselves and others.   


The Critic/The Real Inspector Hound

McGuire Proscenium Stage 
  • Tuesday, March 1 following the evening performance
  • Sunday, March 6 following the matinee performance
  • Saturday, March 12 following the matinee performance
  • Sunday, March 13 following the matinee performance
  • Saturday, March 19 following the matinee performance

 

Harvey

Wurtele Thrust Stage 
  • Sunday, April 17 following the matinee performance
  • Tuesday, April 19 following the evening performance
  • Saturday, April 23 following the matinee performance
  • Sunday, April 24 following the matinee performance
  • Saturday, May 7 following the matinee performance

 

Trouble in Mind

McGuire Proscenium Stage 
  • Tuesday, May 15 following the evening performance
  • Saturday, May 21 following the matinee performance
  • Sunday, May 22 following the matinee performance
  • Saturday, May 28 following the matinee performance
  • Sunday, June 5 following the matinee performance

 

South Pacific

Wurtele Thrust Stage 
  • Sunday, June 26 following the matinee performance
  • Tuesday, June 28 following the evening performance
  • Saturday, July 9 following the matinee performance
  • Saturday, July 23 following the matinee performance
  • Sunday, August 14 following the matinee performance

 

Disgraced

McGuire Proscenium Stage 
  • Sunday, July 24 following the matinee performance
  • Tuesday, July 26 following the evening performance
  • Sunday, July 31 following the matinee performance
  • Saturday, August 6 following the matinee performance
  • Saturday, August 20 following the matinee performance