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  • Little Shop Of Horrors

    Until Aug 18, 2024

  • English

    Until Aug 18, 2024

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Little Shop Of Horrors

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Wurtele Thrust Stage

Until August 18, 2024

When flower store assistant Seymour Krelborn stumbles upon a very strange new plant species, he has high hopes that his discovery will lead to fame, fortune and the heart of his unrequited crush, Audrey. But Seymour gets a whole lot more than he bargained for from this exotic foliage. After an accident, the cute little Audrey II (named for his beloved) develops an insatiable thirst for human blood and a set of R&B singing pipes, leading Seymour to turn serial killer to keep his secret from bursting out of Skid Row and endangering the whole human race!

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Mcguire Proscenium Stage

Until August 18, 2024

Sanaz Toossi, the award-winning Iranian-American playwright behind Wish You Were Here, is back with her new play English. A moving comedy set in Iran, the play follows four adults studying for a test in the English language, which for them could open the door to freedom and a future. Humorously exploring the nuances in language which native speakers often are oblivious to, English finds the characters preparing for a new future whilst tackling the subtleties which could hinder their ability to express themselves

Guthrie Theater

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818 South 2nd St, Minneapolis, MN 55401

  • Year opened: 1963
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Founded in 1963 the Guthrie set out to produce and house the best talent away from the pressures of Broadway, and performs across two main performance stages. In 2006, the Guthrie finished construction of a new $125 million theater complex along the Mississippi in downtown Minneapolis and also features the cantilever "Endless Bridge" which visitors can visit during daytime hours for stunning views across the city.

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