American Theatre Magazine

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The current issue of American Theatre from Theatre Communications Groups features three articles about the theatre scene in Minnesota.

First up is an article about Ten Thousand Things Artistic Director stepping down. After being in that position since 2018, Marcela Lorca will be stepping down at the end of 2024. Read the full article here.

The second article talks about Jill A. Anderson being named Managing Director at Children’s Theatre Company. She will take her place this summer next to CTC’s new artistic director, Rick Dildine. Click here to read the full article.

The third article is about The Guthrie’s production of several of Shakespeare’s works this season. The storied Minneapolis institution is currently performing the Bard’s epic trilogy, Richard II, Henry IV (its parts 1 and 2 have been condensed into a single evening), and Henry V, in rotating repertory. A company of 25 actors is bringing the story to life, swapping characters and costumes depending on the show and night. The full article is available here.