The Rubicon

Frankenstein – Playing With Fire goes beyond the tip of the iceberg

Frankenstein - Playing With Fire goes beyond the tip of the iceberg

Quinn Christensen, The Rubicon Editor

October 31, 2018

Frankenstein - Playing With Fire provides insight into the dichotomies between Victor and his monster, making for intriguing theatre.

Emerging Artists Celebration engages, provokes understanding

Director Lindsey C. Samples offers

Jenny Ries, Staff Writer

March 6, 2018

The performance itself was by turns amusing and sobering, and well worth the low $9 ticket price.

Guthrie’s “Mr. Burns,” a meditation on time in American pop culture

Andrea Krollenberg as Edna Krabappel narrates a bizarre theatrical reenactment of the famed Simpsons episode

Eva Perez-Greene, Editor-in-Chief

April 15, 2015

Most go to the theater to lose themselves in a story, but what happens when that story stories the recollection of another story?

Guthrie’s “Tristan and Yseult” succeeds with dynamic storytelling

Junior InDepth Editor Eva Perez-Greene represented St. Paul Academy and Summit School at Minnesota High School Press Association & Journalism Educators of Minnesota's Journalism Day at the Guthrie.

Eva Perez-Greene, InDepth Editor

April 3, 2014

InDepth Editor Eva Perez-Greene won first place for this review, written for Journalism at the Guthrie Day. The Cornish-based theater troupe Kneehigh breathes new life into the Guthrie Theater with “Tristan and Yseult”, a modern adaptation of the Cornish love story. Director Emma Rice’s chee...

Propeller is a breath of fresh air for Guthrie audiences

Propeller is a breath of fresh air for Guthrie audiences

Ellie Fuelling, A&E Editor

April 9, 2013

Propeller came to the Guthrie prepared to wow and confuse audiences. The London-based acting troupe travels around the world, and made their way to the Twin Cities this month. This group performs Shakespeare plays with an all male cast, as it would have been performed in Elizabethan England. Shakespea...