People tend to check in during these times:
The theater opened in 1963 with a production of Hamlet directed by Sir Tyrone Guthrie, the theater's founder. It was created to host performances that were removed from the atmosphere of Broadway.
Can't afford $50 Guthrie tickets? Line up right before showtime: tickets go on sale at half-price 10 minutes before each performance.
Enjoy the view from the end of the endless bridge.
At intermission, head straight for the 4th floor bar underneath the Endless Bridge. Better selection of drinks, and no lines!
get rush tickets for one of the shows
Take the elevator to the 9th floor in the evening. Make sure there isn't a show going on up there beforehand...
Love the architecture, seen some brilliantly produced productions, enjoyed the view of the Stone Arch Bridge..
check out the changing colors on the riverfront from the Endless Bridge
See a Tony Kushner play. Eat a giant cookie at intermission.
Sea Change has ambiance, but the drinks are cheaper at the Target Lounge.
see any and everything starring Sally wingert.
Be sure to check out the Behind the Scenes tours! Schedule on their website
Always go to Target Lounge bar under floating bridge. Full bar, no lines!
Get dinner and see a show.
You can get high from the perfume while waiting for the show to start
Christmas carol is a can't miss.
Life is theater and you are in one.
Pre-order cocktails at the Target Lounge and avoid the lines during intermission.
Come during the day with ir laptop and enjoy good coffee and free wifi with the Guthrie as ur off site office
Bathroom Review: with a plethora of different options and no security to ask you what the hell you're doing wandering around a theater, this is one of the best toilet options in the neighborhood.
The Guthrie is definitely a place to check out when in Minneapolis.
Get to the theater early and go to the coffee bar on the 5th floor outside the Wuertle Thrust stage. Have their green tea with mango. Don't be in a hurry. Let it steep. Fragrant and wonderful!
Takes 51 seconds to get down the escalator.
Sign up for their mailings and emails to get lots of special deals. Or just show up an hour before the show and get in the rush line. The performances are worth full price, but cheaper is better.
Target Lounge is the best bar here!
Loved it very easy to park at and find
Interesting architecture - two story floating bridge overlooking the Mississippi and a two story skyway for moving set pieces between the scene shop (across the street) and the theaters.
Have a drink at Sanctuary post-show (2 blks south on Washington)
The signs on the men's room sinks hint to alternative use?
The matinees are really affordable, scenic places to walk and people watch.
You don't have to have a theater ticket to check out the amazing views on their "Endless Bridge" or grab a bite at Sea Change
Go to the Target bar before the show-good drinks, good seating, it's never as crowded as the bridge, and the bar tender on Sundays is good.
Avoid the long lines at intermission. You can pre-order drinks and they will be poured and waiting for you to enjoy.
A Street Car Named Desire was phenomenal!!!
Education suite on 8th flr is nice bright meeting space.
ometimes an evening at the theater is just the culture you crave. The Twin Cities have their fair share of opportunities to experience live theater, but one of the best and newest is at The Guthrie Th
Try the hot chocolate at the Level Five Express! I have one with soy everytime I come.
deviled eggs! total bargain and completely delicious.
There are very nice coat lockers foe a quarter near the box office but most people haul their big storm coats to their seats. Dummies!
Go see a Christmas Carol
Go have a delicious cocktail at the Target Lounge on the 4th floor with Tim the bartender. Such a swanky little place.
It was a great play, the actors, the performance and the customs were Broadway like.
Leg room is terrible, like coach on an airplane
30 or under? Join the "below 30" club and buy same-day tickets at rush line prices (~$20) without standing in the rush line.