Guthrie Theater encourages patrons to tweet at upcoming shows


The Guthrie Theater wants patrons to tweet their thoughts during select performances of their current show starting next week, Minnesota Public Radio reported.

The theater announced Friday that "tweet seats" -- a section in the facility dedicated solely to Twitter users -- will be available at performances of the Italian comedy "The Servant of Two Masters."

The tweet seats will be available four consecutive Thursdays starting Dec. 27, and located in balcony level of the McGuire proscenium stage to prevent any disruptions with other audience members.

MPR noted that they've already implemented the idea of tweeting at their "Wits" series at the Fitzgerald Theater.

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