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Journalists on assignment should email Elizabeth Deacon at elizabethd@guthrietheater.org or call 612.225.6193 to request an interview or obtain information about Guthrie programming and initiatives.  

Press tickets

Complimentary tickets are available to print, broadcast and online press (bloggers and social media influencers receive tickets at the discretion of the Guthrie).

To request up to two complimentary tickets, email press@guthrietheater.org. We do our best to accommodate all requests, but availability is limited, especially following Opening Night and designated press performances.

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Onsite news coverage

TV crews and photographers are not permitted to film or capture photography at the Guthrie without prior consent from the theater. Requests must be sent to press@guthrietheater.org. Please allow up to 24 hours to receive a response. 

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Guthrie images

A view of the Guthrie from Gold Medal Park. Photo by Mark Vancleave. 

The 700-seat McGuire Proscenium Stage. Photo by Roland Halbe. 

Our unique Wurtele Thrust Stage seats 1,100 patrons on three sides. Photo by Gallop Studios. 

The Dowling Studio is a flexible theater space on our ninth floor that can seat up to 199 patrons. Photo by Michal Daniel.

Nestled on the banks of the Mississippi River, the Guthrie offers beautiful views of downtown Minneapolis. Photo by Gallop Studios. 

Photographers

Marita Meinerts Albinson, Matt Blewett, Heidi Bohnenkamp, Michal Daniel, T Charles Erickson, Nick Fay, Gallop Studios, George Byron Griffiths, Roland Halbe, Lauren Mueller, Nathan Dale Studios, Dan Norman, Amanda Ortland, Keri Pickett, Rich Ryan, Mark Vancleave, Sally Wagner 

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