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REVIEW: Delicious Floyd’s (Guthrie Theater)

The cast of the world premiere production of Lynn Nottage's Sweat at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis. Photo by T Charles Erickson. Lynn Nottage's new play Floyd's, which opened last weekend at the Guthrie Theater, is a sensual ode to many things. On the face of it, the play is stuffed

NEWS: Judge Rules Against Guthrie Theater in Retaliation Complaint

The cover of a July 5, 2019 decision by the National Labor Relations Board against the Minneapolis-based Guthrie Theater. Yelled arguments bleeding through walls. Complaints answered with retaliation. Unanswered requests for Human Resources to assist and intervene. These are a small selection of the details that emerged in a recent case

NEWS: Guthrie Theater Announces 2019-2020 Season

The Guthrie Theater (pictured) announced its 2019-2020 season today. Photo by Erik Blume. It's going to be a season of cabarets, shipwrecks, crazy dancing, sweat, and TV-fueled desire at the Guthrie next season. Add some Austen, a beauty shop, Christmas in New York, some good old-fashioned lying to family, and the

INTERVIEW: Visualizing Unexploded Ordnances (UXO) and Nuclear War: A Chat with Claire Nolan (Guthrie Theater)

Peggy Shaw in the Split Britches production of Unexploded Ordnances (UXO), now playing at the Guthrie Theater. Photo by Matt Delbridge. When Joseph Haj started at the Guthrie Theater, he announced plans to reach and move audiences through the ambitious Level Nine Initiative. Three seasons later, the initiative has manifested in