I walked into the Guthrie’s new production of South Pacific perhaps a little sadistically eager to measure it against the national tour of..
I had never seen Shakespeare’s Pericles before today’s matinee at the Guthrie Theater, but I was plenty familiar with its latter-day regio..
There’s an undeniable energy to the Guthrie Theater’s Cocoanuts — but I was left wondering whether there mightn’t have been a more interes..
Longtime followers of the Guthrie Theater’s Christmas Carol think of the succession of actors playing Ebenezer Scrooge as eras — the way B..
I didn’t read Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird until I reviewed it for a children’s literature class I was taking in college. On my revi..
The Music Man opened at the Guthrie Theater this weekend under the direction of John Miller-Stephany and delivers pure, pleasurable summer..
Joe Dowling bowed arm-in-arm with the cast on Friday, opening night of Juno and the Paycock at the Guthrie Theater.
In the exits, a wom..
Last night I had the privilege of attending one of Laurie Van Wieren’s locally famed 9×22 Dance Labs at the Bryant-Lake Bowl in Minneapoli..
Mr. Burns, the excellent play now on the Guthrie Theater’s McGuire Proscenium Stage, is about the malleability of myth: the way tales chan..
I’ve rarely been so excited and nervous at the theater as I was before the lights went down on Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play. Would our ..
“It’s new,” said Jon Ferguson as he greeted me last night at the door of the Guthrie Theater’s Dowling Studio. “But then, it always is.”
Whenever I teach a comedy in my Shakespeare class, I remind my students that the early modern genre “comedy” doesn’t quite mean what it me..