In 2020, filmmaker E.G. Bailey, right, worked with Guthrie artistic director Joseph Haj, left, and actor Nathaniel Fuller to film “Dickens’ Holida

Guthrie Theater finishes pandemic year in the black

The theater attributed it to COVID-relief funds, cost-cutting measures and generous donations.
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