PHOTO CALL: Tony Winner Mark Rylance and Louis Jenkins Present New Collaboration Nice Fish at the Guthrie

Tony and Olivier Award-winning actor Mark Rylance and poet Louis Jenkins present the world premiere of Nice Fish, which began performances April 6 at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis.

Rylance ( Jerusalem, La Bete, Boeing-Boeing) stars as Ron in a cast that also features Jim Lichtscheidl ( Arms and the Man, The 39 Steps) as Eric, Emily Swallow ( Cat on a Hot Tin Roof) as Flo, Chris Carlson ( Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, God of Carnage) as Wayne, Bob Davis ( Tales from Hollywood, Arsenic and Old Lace) as DNR Officer and Tyson Forbes ( Peer Gynt, 1776) as Wainwright.

According to the Guthrie, " Nice Fish centers on two men who have gone ice fishing on the last day of the season; the ice is melting and the DNR is watching. They are hoping for something essential, immortal, when a construction worker roars across the ice on his snowmobile, spear, dynamite and fancy dress in hand! And the last blizzard of the season is about to begin..."

Here's a look at the production:

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