For a show about a bunch of inebriates, it's engaging, fun, and memorable
Despite a star cast, the Jane Austen-based play is about as sharp as a stick of soft butter
Ten Thousand Things strips down Tennesee Williams's classic for a heart-rending show
The Guthrie's winter standby crackles with energy and warmth
Hairspray, Doubt, On the Spectrum, and more
Crispin Whittell's version losing focus on Dickens's message
Play offers no easy answers on priest abuse
From The Whipping Man to Caroline, Or Change, here's what you shouldn't have missed
Kris Nelson playes troubled Raskol character at MN Opera Center
Ambiguity reigns in Guthrie's skillful version of Pinter's drama
Noël Coward returns us to a bygone era of wit, sophistication—and homicidal quarrels in Private Lives
What is the Guthrie doing in a Cambodian brothel?
What does it take to make the Pope giggle?
'His Girl Friday' has charm, but doesn't deliver
Twin Cities Greek revival continues, this time with puppets
The Guthrie makes 'Othello' mellow; Sherlock Holmes hits the coffee shop
Moody illumination is the bright spot of the 'The Blue Room'