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  1. Charles Francis Chan Jr.'s Exotic Oriental Murder Mystery

    818 S 2nd St
    Minneapolis, MN 55415
    Call: (612) 377-2224
    Toll Free: (877) 447-8243

    The Guthrie Theater presents
    a Mu Performing Arts production of
    Charles Francis Chan Jr.’s Exotic Oriental Murder Mystery
    by Lloyd Suh

    The New York Times called the play a "metatheatrical polemic about the way Asian-Americans have been characterized and caricatured in popular culture.” Next year marks Mu’s 25th Anniversary Season, and the Guthrie is thrilled to welcome them back to the Studio with this production.

  2. Native Gardens

    818 S 2nd St
    Minneapolis, MN 55415
    Call: (612) 377-2224
    Toll Free: (877) 447-8243

    by Karen Zacarías
    directed by Blake Robison

    A hilarious hot button comedy.

    You can’t choose your neighbors. In this brilliant new comedy, cultures and gardens clash, turning well-intentioned neighbors into feuding enemies. Pablo, a rising attorney, and doctoral candidate Tania, his very pregnant wife, have just purchased a home next to Frank and Virginia, a well-established D.C. couple with a prize-worthy English garden. But an impending barbeque for Pablo’s colleagues and a delicate dispute over a long-standing fence line soon spirals into an all-out border dispute, exposing both couples’ notions of race, taste, class and privilege.

  3. Refugia

    818 S 2nd St
    Minneapolis, MN 55415
    Call: (612) 377-2224
    Toll Free: (877) 447-8243

    an original idea developed by the Moving Company
    directed by Dominique Serrand

    A relevant and evocative world premiere.

    From the internationally renowned ensemble the Moving Company (core members of the former Theatre de la Jeune Lune), comes Refugia, a riveting investigation of the lives of those who find themselves navigating life’s margins at the crossroads of transition. Composed of interconnected chapters and conveyed through music, movement, language and video, this world premiere – developed by the Guthrie – explores exile, borders and the displacement of peoples now and throughout time. At once funny and poetic, cinematic and theatrical, Refugia is a vital new work not to be missed.

  4. Sunday in the Park with George

    818 S 2nd St
    Minneapolis, MN 55415
    Call: (612) 377-2224
    Toll Free: (877) 447-8243

    music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
    book by James Lapine
    directed by Joseph Haj

    Stephen Sondheim’s artistic masterpiece.

    Inspired by Georges Seurat’s famous painting, this dazzling musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, two of the greatest musical theater artists of our time, merges past and present into a poignant and sophisticated exploration of what it takes, and what it costs, to be an artist. George is an obsessive painter who risks it all, including his relationship with his lover Dot, to complete his latest masterpiece. A century later, George’s great-grandson is working as an artist in New York City. In search of inspiration, he soon discovers that the answer to his future is painted clearly in his past.

  5. The Bluest Eye

    818 S 2nd St
    Minneapolis, MN 55415
    Call: (612) 377-2224
    Toll Free: (877) 447-8243

    Toni Morrison’s
    adapted by Lydia R. Diamond
    directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz

    A moving adaptation of a powerful novel.

    Based on Toni Morrison’s first novel, The Bluest Eye is a heartrending coming-of-age story about a young black girl in 1940s Ohio. Pecola Breedlove wants nothing more than to be loved, but she’s only met with ridicule and abuse. Confronting turmoil at home, she prays for Shirley Temple’s blue eyes, believing their beauty is the only thing standing between her and the happiness of the white girls at school. By turns beautiful and harrowing, this powerful adaptation explores the destructive power of a racist society and the strength of a community attempting to embrace an era of change.

  6. The Holler Sessions

    818 S 2nd St
    Minneapolis, MN 55415
    Call: (612) 377-2224
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    written and performed by Frank Boyd
    originally co-directed by Rachel Chavkin

    Staged as a live radio show, The Holler Sessions centers on one man’s burning obsession for American jazz. Ray, an explosive Kansas City DJ, broadcasts his love of jazz from his shoddy studio with an infectious passion for this uniquely American art form. His maniacal rants, razor-sharp insights, and mildly scatological humor are interspersed with extraordinary music and lots of space for listening. The Holler Sessions serves as a jazz primer for the uninitiated, a powerful reminder for jazz fans and an irreverent love letter to the best thing America has ever created, and then forgotten.

    “Frank Boyd’s one-man theater piece is a vital exhortation on the significance of jazz…it should be required viewing for all musicians, music lovers, pop-culture fiends, artists, art fans and American people over the age of 7.” – City Arts

    “Frank Boyd is the sort of supremely talented performer whose craft is so refined it’s nearly invisible.” – Culturebot
    This production contains mature language.

  7. The New Griots Festival

    818 S 2nd St
    Minneapolis, MN 55415
    Call: (612) 377-2224
    Toll Free: (877) 447-8243

    The Guthrie Theater presents
    The New Griots Festival

    The New Griots Festival's mission is to highlight, celebrate and advance the careers of emerging Black artists in the Twin Cities. Including the work of ten local emerging artists, free community classes and open working sessions, the festival will be led by director/playwright Jamil Jude, actress Jamaica Meyer and playwright Josh Wilder. Programming will be chosen through a proposal process by these three lead producers, and participating artists will receive two performance slots over the two weekends.

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