Skiing on Broken Glass

October 29 - November 17, 2013 in the Dowling Studio

Mark is a lonely writer still hurting from his partner's death some years before. Then he meets Todd, an enigmatic young male escort whose charm and resilience attract and impress Mark, but whose past remains murky. Soon the two find themselves in an unlikely relationship that neither really understands -- and that will either heal them both or tear them to shreds.

"Everything the Guthrie brings to this production is great ... Worth an evening trip to the theater"

"David Darrow's edgy performance gives the show its life force ... Bill McCallum is funny as the cruelly exploitive Thomas, a good match for Michelle O'Neill's harshly truth-telling Edith"
~ Star Tribune

Michael Booth "brings a genuine sense of loss and longing to the role"
~ Pioneer Press


Seating in the Dowling Studio is general admission and begins 30 minutes before curtain.
Run time: 90 minutes with no intermission.


Michael Booth
David Darrow
Bill McCallum
Michelle O'Neill

Artistic Staff

Joe Dowling
Set Designer
Michael Hoover
Costume Designer
Christine A. Richardson
Lighting Designer
Ryan Connealy
Sound Designer
Montana Johnson
Jo Holcomb
Stage Manager
Justin Hossle


Skiing on Broken Glass production photo
Skiing on Broken Glass production photo
Skiing on Broken Glass production photo
Skiing on Broken Glass production photo
production photos by Heidi Bohenkamp


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