Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Special Offer on Tickets from the Guthrie Theatre

Two Gentlemen of Verona. Dir. Joe Dowling. Perf. Sasha Andreev, Sam Bardwell, Michael Booth, Sun Mee Chomet, Laura Esping, Nathaniel Fuller, Jonas Goslow, Hugh Kennedy, Jim Lichtscheidl, Valeri Mudek, Kris L. Nelson, Lee Mark Nelson, Isabell Monk O'Connor, Randy Reyes, John Skelley, and Wyatt Jensen. Guthrie Theatre Company. Minneapolis. 24 January—29 March 2009.
The Guthrie has very kindly extended readers of Bardfilm a special price for tickets to its production of Two Gentlemen of Verona! Please see the details below—and come join the many-headed multitude as we enjoy one of Shakespeare's delightful early comedies.
Enjoy $20 tickets to any Sunday, Tuesday, or Wednesday Evening performance of The Two Gentlemen of Verona, playing now until March 29 on the Wurtele Thrust Stage at the Guthrie. To order tickets, please call the Guthrie Box office at 612-377-2224 and quote price code A74. Excludes Area 1 seating. Offer not valid online or on previously purchased tickets.
Thank you very much, Guthrie, for your kind offer!

Links: The Guthrie Theatre.

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