The cast of the Guthrie’s The Real Inspector Hound, part of a double-bill with The Critic. Photo by Scott Suchman.
Looking for something to do out of the house now that the weather’s chilled back up again? Try one of these shows:
- The Critic / The Real Inspector Hound (Guthrie Theater)
These two plays are staples of the college theatre scene for good reason: they’re funny, have some important satirical things to say, and poke fun mercilessly at all sorts of theatre stereotypes. See the Guthrie give these scripts the five-star professional treatment.
- Dracula (COLLIDE – Ritz Theater)
The classic Bram Stoker novel gets the jazz dance musical treatment with 10 dancers, 2 singers, and a live band.
- Beauty and the Beast (Chanhassen Dinner Theatres)
CDT brings back the classic Broadway musical with Alan Menken’s celebrated score clothed in even more impressive costumes than before.
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