What was the inspiration for the set? Was the play rewritten in
rehearsals? Aren't those wigs itchy? Through these eye-opening
workshops, you can learn how the Guthrie's artists and staff create a
production - from early development and designs to rehearsal, costume
fittings and staging of the play.
For the first time in its history, the live public radio show "Wits" crosses the Mississippi River for an evening at the Guthrie Theater, featuring award-winning actor Colin Hanks with musical guest Father John Misty. "Wits" is a live public radio show that brings world-class comedians, actors and musicians to the stage where host John Moe gives them and the audience the time of their lives.
LIVE AT THE GUTHRIE: With no other intent than create his own music, Shawn Phillips has been a
visionary in a score of musical genres, which may be why Phillips has
been so broadly defined – Folk Rock, New Age, Acoustic Rock, Classical,
Mystical, even Progressive Rock; it's hard to put a label on an
innovator of such a musical amalgamation. Now singer/songwriter Shawn Phillips returns with his latest release
Perspective, a double CD featuring 20 tracks of previously unreleased
songs written over the last 15 years.
LIVE AT THE GUTHRIE: Acoustic guitar virtuoso Leo Kottke is widely known for his innovative fingerpicking style, which draws on influences from blues, jazz and folk music. A two-time Grammy nominee, Kottke has recorded over 40 albums in a career that's spanned more than 40 years. In concert, Kottke mixes his dry sense of humor with jaw-dropping instrumental selections from his storied career, playing solo on his signature 6 and 12-string guitars.
Through a partnership with the Film Society of Minneapolis/St. Paul,
National Theatre Live has moved across the river to the Film Society's
St. Anthony Main Theatre, located at 115 Southeast Main Street,