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Thursday, 12 April 2012 19:35

Guthrie Theater to Announce 2012-13 Season Via Live Webcast on Monday, Apr 16


(Minneapolis/St. Paul) The Guthrie Theater today announced that it will unveil its 2012-13 mainstage season during a live web broadcast from the Guthrie Theater this Monday, April 16 at 5:15 p.m. CST

{module ad_left_body}Friends of the Guthrie and Facebook fans from around the globe can watch a live stream of the event via the theater's Facebook page ( Online viewers will be able to interact with theater staff during the web broadcast, asking questions about the 2012-13 season, as Guthrie Theater Artistic Director Joe Dowling talks briefly about each of the productions.

Following the formal announcement, Dowling will answer select questions on the Guthrie’s Facebook page throughout the week.

Members of the public that are unable to tune in live to this event will be able to watch a replay of the broadcast at

The GUTHRIE THEATER (Joe Dowling, Director) was founded by Sir Tyrone Guthrie in 1963 and is an American center for theater performance, production, education and professional training. The Tony Award-winning Guthrie Theater is dedicated to producing the great works of dramatic literature, developing the work of contemporary playwrights and cultivating the next generation of theater artists. With annual attendance of nearly 500,000 people, the Guthrie Theater presents a mix of classic plays and contemporary work on its three stages. Under the artistic leadership of Joe Dowling since 1995, the Guthrie continues to set a national standard for excellence in theatrical production and performance. In 2006, the Guthrie opened its new home on the banks of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel, the Guthrie Theater houses three state-of-the-art stages, production facilities, classrooms and dramatic public lobbies.