In 1963, theater outside of New York City was mostly limited to road shows, community and academic theater, and a smattering of professional troupes. That all changed when Tyrone Guthrie came to Minneapolis. Nationwide, theaters appeared by the hundreds emulating our successful model. The Guthrie put the Twin Cities on the map as a cultural destination, and introduced millions to the joy of live theater.
~Greg Bonine-Giles, St. Paul, MN