The Guthrie Theater's summer comedy is a hit.

The Twin Cities' largest playhouse has extended its well-received production of Karen Zacarías' "Native Gardens," a comedy of manners about old Anglo and new Latino neighbors. The show stars an acting quartet made up of New Yorkers Dan Domingues and Jacqueline Correa opposite Twin Citians Sally Wingert and Steve Hendrickson (all above in this photo by Dan Norman).

The 90-minute one-act, artfully directed by Blake Robison, touches on issues of race and class, immigration and horticulture, all in a funny and affecting way. 

"Gardens" now closes Aug. 26.

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