If you're still depressed about Northeast losing its French accent when Fugaise closed, and if you haven't yet had the opportunity to get to In Season in Armatage, then you've been sorely lacking your recommended dose of chef Don Saunders and his exquisite, seasonally focused cuisine. So it's par ... More >>
Photo by Michal DanielCritical acclaim won't stop The Master Butchers Club from closing a week early, as the show is now slated to end its premiere run at the Guthrie on October 30. The production, an adaptation of Louise Erdrich's novel about life between the wars in rural North Dakota, ha ... More >>
by MIchal DanielLove and carcasses: "The Master Butchers Singing Club" at the Guthrie Perhaps you've never given it thought, but for those who have: the local critics all read each other's stuff (after we've filed our own, that is--idea contamination is to be avoided). So I sat down and read the ... More >>
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Joe Dowling: this man would like to sell you a theater ticketThe Guthrie Theater's Joe Dowling on Tuesday announced the upcoming 2010-11 season, which is going to include talent both local and international, balancing Shaw and Shakespeare with a world premiere. While there are no fiery surprises, ... More >>
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