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GUTHRIE THEATER

Founded in 1963 by British theater legend Tyrone Guthrie, the theater that bears his name has occupied a three-stage architectural gem on the Mississippi River since 2006.

Image by Mark Vancleave/Guthrie Theater

Founded in 1963 by British theater legend Tyrone Guthrie, the theater that bears his name has occupied a three-stage architectural gem on the Mississippi River since 2006. Theater lovers relish the sweeping views from the building’s elevated lobbies and cantilevered Endless Bridge, as well as world-class productions ranging from new works to great classics. Artists and technicians work in-house for sets, costumes and wigs that result in signature production values known to wow the most exacting audiences. Also a world-class center for arts education, the Guthrie partners with the University of Minnesota for an Actors Training Program that graduates young people ready to work on stages locally and around the country.

The inaugural season for the Guthrie’s new artistic director Joseph Haj starts with Sense and Sensibility (Sept. 10 – Oct. 29) followed by The Parchman Hour (Oct. 1 – Nov. 6) and The Lion in Winter (Nov. 19 – Dec. 31).

GUTHRIE THEATER

818 S. Second St.,
Minneapolis, MN 55415
guthrietheater.org

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