Venue Details

16 Star Starred
Guthrie Theater - McGuire Proscenium Stage
818 South Second St. Minneapolis, MN 55415
(612) 377-2224
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Member Tips

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I love eating on the 5th floor. Get there an hour and a half before show or make reservations.
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We park right across the stree in the ramp. Easy and I belive $8
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Reviews & Ratings

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3 reviews
69 stars
attended Apr 12 2011

This is a delightful night of theater at my favorite Twin Cities venue, the Guthrie.
It is both a morals play dealing with love and war, and it is also played very much... continued

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attended May 01 2011

great seats...an entertaining evening. The last act was particularly enjoyable. First time at the Guthrie theater and I would have gone just for that.

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More Information

Website

http://www.guthrietheater.org

Quotes & Highlights

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Description

A Romantic Comedy Armed with Chocolate

By George Bernard Shaw

Directed by Ethan McSweeny

As a young lady awaits the return of her heroic fiancé from war, a disheveled soldier sneaks into her bedroom fleeing the fight. Finding his simplicity more alluring than her fiancé’s arrogant posturing, she’s faced with determining which one is the man for her. Will it be the “accidental hero” who is more toy than soldier? Or the pragmatic “coward” who comes armed with chocolates instead of bullets? Crackling with wit, irony and charm, Shaw’s romantic comedy pokes fun at the dangers of bravado in battle and idealistic notions of love.

About the Ticket Supplier: Guthrie Theater

The Guthrie Theater, founded in 1963, is an American center for theater performance, production, education and professional training. By presenting both classical literature and new work from diverse cultures, the Guthrie illuminates the common humanity connecting Minnesota to the peoples of the world.