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Sense and Sensibility

by CHRISTINE SARKES

I’m writing this review as an unabashed Jane Austen fan and addressing it to the likewise. Anyone else is a mystery to me and I wouldn’t know where to begin. 400 more words

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Guthrie Theater Instameet with MNCommunity

I’ve always wanted to go behind the scenes at the new Guthrie Theater. I grew up as a theater kid trying unsuccessfully to be a triple threat. 413 more words

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TV IN BLACK AND WHITE

     Alex Johnson Hotel 

            When we left the Guthrie after rehearsals and a week’s run, the next stop on the Leonard Nimoy’s VINCENT tour was Rapid City, South Dakota. 1,024 more words

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#MnMondays: Mill City Farmer’s Market

As the peak of the fruits and vegetable season is here, there’s no better time to head to the Mill City Farmer’s Market. Set between the… 162 more words

Minnesota Mondays

Live theater is good medicine: a year at the Guthrie

This week, as I wrap up my first year of season tickets to the Guthrie Theater, I find myself addicted to the music from new Broadway musical, “ 1,353 more words

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Disgraced

by CHRISTINE SARKES

In Disgraced at the Guthrie Theater, playwright Ayad Akhtar lays bare the deepest, darkest prejudices and fears of his diverse cast. In some ways, this is the most important review I’ve written to date and, like the play itself, the pressure to get it right is intense. 644 more words

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Disgraced at the Guthrie Theater

America has always been a melting pot. A country not only founded by people who left their homeland in search of a better life, but also a place where people continue to flock to for the same reason.   363 more words

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