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  • The Bell Museum's Café Scientifique is a happy hour exchange of ideas about science, environment and popular culture that features experts from a variety of fields on diverse and often provocative topics.  
  • Bryant-Lake Bowl updated the Event Fight Night
    Theatre Coup d’Etat brings its core company members together with Adam Scarpello from Staged Steel Armory to bring you Fight Night: a raucous variety show based on fighting. Swords, axes, knives, bricks, bats, hand-to-hand, and if they must... rubber chickens. Armed with police and special forces training, Scarpello modifies these skillsets to fit our actors onstage to bring you the most authentic fighting in the Twin Cities. Performers will take on characters from all walks of life, from Macb…
  • Bryant-Lake Bowl posted a new Event The Dregs
    The Dregs return for their annual St. Patrick's Day concert at the BLB!  This year you can plan to hear songs about zombies, dinosaurs, sharks, patchouli and probably even some traditional Irish music.  The Dregs mix comedy and music in just the right proportions so if you like to laugh or hum along, you won't be disappointed.
  • Bryant-Lake Bowl posted a new Event Cinema Lounge
    Cinema Lounge is where independent filmmakers schmooze and make nice: Short Films. Indie Filmmakers. Hell yes. IFP Cinema Lounge is the third Wednesday of each month at the Bryant-Lake Bowl Theater. Ryan Strandjord programs a lineup of 4-5 locally made video projects (20 minutes or less) per screening, which includes anything and everything: narratives, documentaries, music videos, web shows, animation and experimental. After each film is screened, you meet the mind behind the film, as host Josh…
  • Burlesque, Drag, Singers, Pole Dancers, and more, Sweetpea & TVC are artivists bringing talent, passion, and ethics together to make art on their own terms. Get ready for sensual, strong, politically charged, community-supportive, fully expressed, gender and sexuality-fluid performances by way of sexy, fierce, and fun entertainment. Saturday, March 11 at 10:00pm (doors at 9:30) $18/$15 in advance
  • Silverback Trio bring an exciting energy to the Twin Cities jazz scene by fusing high-energy melodies with atmospheric harmonies through composition and improvisation. Silverback Trio is David Hirsch on keyboard and saxophone, Bryon Johnson-Blanchard on drums and Brent Wallace on bass.  Friday, March 10 at 10:00pm (doors at 9:30) $6
  • Part sketch comedy and part game show and all parts women's history! Come take a comedic journey through the 'softer side" of villainous vixens, law-breaking ladies and felonious females in history with comedy sketches and historical reenactments to win fabulous prizes! Warning: This show contains real facts but also has Truth or Dare.   Women’s History Month: The Historical Comedybration (with fabulous prizes) returns to the BLB for the fifth year in a row with all new sketches and games abo…
  • Minneapolis joins the likes of New York and Los Angeles in hosting a new improv competition. Three improv comedy teams compete for your vote in the hopes of performing in a future show. Each group has 15 minutes to sway your favor and achieve comedic glory! Fun side bets, unique audience participation and giveaways will be a regular occurrence. Come. Laugh. Judge. $10/$6 in advance
  • Described as “What could become Minnesota's answer to Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert,” The Theater of Public Policy (T2P2 for short) uses improv comedy to reframe hard, thinky stuff. Using real on-stage conversations with newsmakers and big thinkers, T2P2 makes issues come alive through improv comedy theater. Each night: The show’s host interviews a leading thinker on a big issue Then a team of the Twin Cities’ most talented improvisers use the conversation as inspiration for longform …
  • Midwest Emmy Award Winning comedian/magician and local Minneapolis favorite David Harris presents some of the Twin Cities’ élite live performers together on one stage.  With a nod to live variety shows of the early 20th century, each Modern Vaudeville show features a different lineup of the best comedians, magicians, dancers, musicians and other novelty acts in the region today through a current variety and talk show style format. Other fun surprises will ensue. Saturday, March 4 at 10:00pm…