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Offstage Voices: Life in Twin Cities Theater (Paperback)

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By Peg Guilfoyle, Sally Wingert (Foreword by)
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In 1969, the Village Voice described Minneapolis as "America's second theater city after New York." In the forty-plus years since, the theatrical offerings of Minneapolis and St. Paul have only grown--everything from world-renowned venues to independent stages and innovative festivals--and the Twin Cities hold a prominent place in the national theater scene today. In Offstage Voices, author Peg Guilfoyle provides an in-depth look at this vibrant world and offers fascinating insights into what it takes to put on a production, from first script to closing night, and what it takes to make a living in Twin Cities theater.

Firsthand stories from practitioners of the art take you behind the scenes at a wide range of theaters, including the Guthrie, the Playwrights' Center, Ten Thousand Things, Mixed Blood, Penumbra, Theater Latte Da, Mu Performing Arts, the Minnesota Fringe Festival, and many more. Extensive interviews with actors, artistic directors, designers, and playwrights reveal rich perspectives on the at times turbulent, always passionate world of the theater. Guilfoyle brings together these myriad experiences to explore why and how the Twin Cities have established such a strong and well-regarded theatrical community over the last four decades.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780873519700
ISBN-10: 0873519701
Publisher: Minnesota Historical Society Press
Publication Date: September 15th, 2015
Pages: 224
Language: English