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The Guthrie welcomes Edward Hall's internationally acclaimed Propeller Theatre Company as they present Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew". Well-known for communicating the genius of Shakespeare with a distinctive physical approach, including the use of an all-male company, Propeller is currently on tour with "The Taming of the Shrew" throughout the UK and the United States. The classic romantic comedy pits the spirited Katherine against the fortune-seeking Petruchio, who has agreed to woo and marry her as a favor to his friend Hortensio. Hortensio is in love with Bianca, Katherine's younger and more beautiful sister, but the younger sister can't be married until after Katherine is. Unfortunately, Katherine has a notorious temper and so far no man will have her -- until Petruchio comes along to "tame" her. Britain's "The Stage" raved, "Propeller makes Shakespeare feel sharp, contemporary and urgent without skimping on the language or cutting corners. And for young audiences, I can't imagine a more exciting introduction to our greatest dramatist."
The Fine Print
Promotional Offer ($22 ticket to Leo Kottke with Nellie McKay, value of $38) is contingent on availability and is valid on the promotional date: 11/26/2012, 7:30pm performance only. Cannot be combined with other offers or promotions. Must be used in a single visit. No cash back. Not valid on previously purchased tickets. Available while supplies last.
Acoustic guitar virtuoso Leo Kottke is widely known for his innovative fingerpicking style, which draws on influences from blues, jazz, and folk music. A two-time Grammy nominee, Kottke has recorded over 40 albums in a career that's spanned more than 40 years. In concert, Kottke mixes his dry sense of humor with jaw-dropping instrumental selections from his storied career, playing solo on his signature 6 and 12-string guitars. Fast and technically proficient, the emotion and soul communicated through his acoustic guitar separates him from other players. Leo Kottke is a musician’s musician, enjoyed by those who love his unique guitar playing style and sound and appreciated by musicians and guitarists who understand his incredible guitar talent and virtuosity. The word “virtuoso” may well be overused, but when referencing Leo Kottke, it is absolutely true. He's a true virtuoso, a legendary master of the five-finger picking technique and 12-string slide instrumentals. With today’s Steal, pay only $22 to see this marvelous show (reg. $38).
There's a crucial difference between hay fever and Hay Fever, the Noël Coward comedy -- the only infectious and contagious symptoms of the latter are laughter and chortling. With today's deal from Guthrie Theater, score one ticket to Hay Fever April 10 through 15. Pay $20 to sit in Area 2 (regularly $43, $49, $51, or $54, depending on the performance date and time), or pay $25 to sit in Area 1 (regularly $51, $57, or $62, depending on the performance date and time). Starring Tony award-winning Harriet Harris as Judith Bliss, a retired actress, this two-hour comedy follows a highly eccentric family as each member invites a guest to their country estate -- only to have the weekend go hilariously awry. Minnesota Monthly says, "Harriet Harris soars as Judith," while the Star Tribune applauds the actors' "comic chops." Reviewers agree that Hay Fever is a smash hit -- just the kind of fever you'd like to spread.
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