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Blithe Spirit

BY: JACOB FROELICH

If a bit of British humor, some magic and a good belly laugh tickle your fancy then Blithe Spirit may be just the show for you. 556 more words

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Birds Sing Differently Here

by CHRISTINE SARKES

Although this review is published after the brief run of Birds Sing Differently Here at the Guthrie Theater’s Dowling Studio, it serves as recognition of the important collaboration between the Guthrie and the… 444 more words

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More Memories of Michael

The Old Guthrie

Michael Langham had a way with words, often very profound, poetic. He knew exactly what he meant but sometimes others didn’t. For instance, he had a special phrase to motivate actors: ‘When you step on stage, bring the world with you.’ Now it worked with actors, so they must have understood what Michael was trying to get across them. 1,168 more words

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Romeo and Juliet

by CHRISTINE SARKES

Romeo and Juliet at the Guthrie Theater through October 28 is fresh, sexy and brilliantly directed by Guthrie’s artistic director Joseph Haj… 369 more words

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Sunday in the Park with George

by CHRISTINE SARKES

What does it mean to be a misunderstood, visionary artist and how does suffering for your art impact those you love? These are the themes of… 485 more words

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Refugia

by CHRISTINE SARKES

Refugia at the Guthrie Theater explores transition–as life stages, border crossings, displacement of people as refugees and immigrants–using an avant-garde and innovative mix of movement, music, poetry and comedy. 456 more words

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