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.
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.
Kevin Kling returns to the Guthrie in his celebrated one-man
show to spin his yarn of family tradition and holiday merriment. Wry tales of
Midwestern Americana run from laugh-out-loud bizarre to touchingly beautiful.
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,