The cast of 'Five Points.' Photo by Dan Norman.

While some performances of Twin Cities shows were cancelled Sunday after the mid-April blizzard that shut down Minneapolis-St Paul Airport Saturday, others were back on.

The Guthrie Theater cancelled Sunday a matinee performance Todd Kreidler’s “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” but was back on with the Sunday evening performance.

Saturday's closing night performance of Danai Gurira’s “Familiar” was cancelled.

While the History Theatre scotched its Saturday night performance of "Dance Til You Drop." it not only kept is Sunday matinee (contrary to my earlier post) but added added an evening show. 

The Children's Theatre cancelled its Sunday engagements: “Corduroy” and a preview of “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax,” scheduled to open Friday.

“With this type of weather, we should be opening our holiday shows, ‘The Grinch,’” said CTC managing director Kimberly Motes.

Playwright Marlina Gonzalez's "Isla Tuliro," a co-production of Pangea World Theater and Teatro del Pueblo, was cancelled at the Southern Theater.

Minnesota Dance Theatre cancelled its Sunday classes.

While Theater Latté Da cancelled its sold-out performance of “Five Points” Saturday, the sold-out show was back on Sunday. The same goes for the Jungle Theater, whose celebrated production of “The Wolves” has been extended. The theater, which has matinee and evening performances of the show on Sunday, hopes to re-book its patrons into future performances. 

“The good thing is that we did add nine performances so we should be able to get everyone in,” said Jungle artistic director Sarah Rasmussen.

Mixed Blood was back on with “Mermaid Hour: ReMixed” after a Saturday cancellation.

“It’s not fair — we’ve paid our dues on winter this year,” said Mixed Blood founder and artistic director Jack Reuler. “I just hope we can skip spring and go straight to summer.”

Please check the websites of theaters for the most up-to-date information. 

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