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Master Butchers at the Guthrie

Birchbark Books - Wednesday, July 14, 2010
We are absolutely thrilled about the upcoming world premiere of The Master Butchers Singing Club at the Guthrie Theater in September!  Hear the comments of the Guthrie's Artistic Director Joe Dowling.  Listen to Birchbark Books owner Louise Erdrich talk about the novel that inspired the play.  Catch some of director Francesca Zambello's excitement about directing at the Guthrie.  And click on over to The Master Butchers Singing Club page on the Guthrie website for further information.

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ann commented on 16-Jul-2010 03:21 PM
The story never ends but the beginning changes. (did I learn that from your writings?) Dakota du Nort may not be where you live now but it will ever be your first home. Can not wait from Guthrie presentation of TMBSC.
We all love the story even if we did not know it was in Little Falls
but we did know LOVE MEDICINE was about us..You look gorgeous on U tube as always and Best Wishes from the oil fields of Dakota.
Merry Helm commented on 28-Jul-2010 01:57 PM
What an exciting event to look forward to! Many congratulations!

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