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  • Doors open at 6:30 pm $6-$12 sliding scale   For our 30th screening, we're excited to welcome local guest curator Richard Pelster-Wiebe, who will share a selection of both local and international works that foreground experimental sound design. Though often described as a visual medium, movies have always depended on sound. This program questions the assumption that cinema is or has ever been an art of images.
  • Saturday, December 2 at 10:00pm (doors at 9:30) $8   Later Nights with Late Nights Minneapolis is the newest, loudest, and live-est podcast in the Twin Cities, packed with sketches, games and special guests, all from some of the city’s best entertainers. Later Nights brings you the smartest, silliest comedy in the Twin Cities… with a bunch of other weird crap thrown in for fun.
  • Presented by Evolute United/Bare Ass Records Friday, December 1 at 10:00pm (doors at 9:30) $10/$8 in advance   Minneapolis’ Surf/Rock/Punk/Art performer Hastings 3000 returns with an official album release party for “Invasive Species,” featuring live performance and the world premiere screening of “Invasive Species: The Second Wave” music video directed by Patrick Pierson. Hosted by Ian Rans and special guests.
  • Friday and Saturday, December 1, 2, 4, and 8 at 7:00pm (doors at 6:00) $15/$12 in advance or with Fringe Button   It’s late December in a quiet Minnesota town and everyone is eagerly anticipating their unique holiday celebration. But the area’s nastiest citizen is plotting something sinister. Will our hero save the day, the holiday, and the town? It’s the return of the hit musical improv comedy adventure, The Unscripted Minnesota Holiday! The audience provides all the details, then the ca…
  • Doors open at 6:00 pm $10/$8 in advance   In addition to performing lyndale & 24th, her intimate song cycle about being twenty-something in the Minneapolis of the 90s, Annie and her acoustic sideshow band will play rarely performed gothic tales of barren landscapes and unrepentant oracular misfits, a developing suite entitled girl in a cabin songs.  
  • Presented by Northern Nights Productions Created by Jake Mierva and Danylo Loutchko Written and Directed by Jake Mierva   Thursday November 29, Wednesday December 6, and Sunday December 10 at 7:00pm (doors at 6:00) $12/$10 in advance   The Inspired Waterfountain Players invite you to join them in this meta-theatrical farce. As the actors present the play The Elephant in the Room, written and directed by the “acclaimed” director Jack Marvin, the drama offstage intensifies while the play ons…
  • Doors open at 6:00 pm $10/$8 in advance Oyate Hotanin (“Voice of the People”) returns for another adventure, hosted by bridge-builder and storyteller Al Gross, featuring Dakota elder poet and storyteller Strong Buffalo and his musical sidekick The Custard Kid. Including live music, poetry, and comedy performances plus video clips, live interviews, and special guests, The Buffalo Show is a unique showcase for Native and Indigenous artists of all disciplines. 
  • Friday, November 24 at 10:00pm (doors at 9:30) $15/$12 in advance, with Fringe button or CONvergence badge   In November, Vilifikation Tennis will celebrate the glorious days when the proletariat smashed the bourgeoisie with the iron fist of the motherland.  Or something. Come join us for an offensive look back at the cold war from the other side of the Iron curtain.
  • Doors open at 6:00 pm. $10/$8 in advance   Every month, a different musician is interviewed and then performs a selection of their original music. After, The Local Music Scene (a team of improv comedians) takes those lyrics and uses them as the basis of inspiration for improvised scenes! November guest: Jocelyn Walsh.   The Local Music Scene has trained and performed at various local improv theaters, including The Brave New Workshop, ComedySportz Twin Cities, HUGE Theater and Jesters.   Jocel…
  • Bryant-Lake Bowl posted a new Event 9x22 Dance/Lab
    Presented by Laurie Van Wieren Doors open at 7:00 pm. $6-$15 sliding scale   9x22 is a monthly opportunity for three choreographers of varying styles to present their work and discuss it with an informed and engaged audience. Each piece is followed by discussion moderated by choreographer/curator Laurie Van Wieren. November Choreographers: Beverly Cottman, Benjamin Domask, and Cathy Podeszwa.