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Saturday 5/26
at 8:00 pm

Bull by Mike Bartlett

Presented by Hypnic Jerk Theatre

May 26-28: Element Boxing Gym; May 31-June 3: A-Mill Artist Lofts

Element Boxing Gym 655 Fairview Avenue North Saint Paul, MN, 55104 A-Mill Artist Lofts 315 SE Main St. Minneapolis, MN 55414

65 minutes

Saturday, May 26 8:00 pm
2018-05-26 20:00:002018-05-26 20:00:00America/ChicagoBull by Mike BartlettThis vicious comedy is an allegorical death match between business colleagues – full of bizarre power plays and one-upmanship – wherein one of three employees is allegedly going to be fired.  Pop-up, Lights-on Theatre--Two weekends. Two Locations. Low Tech. A modern morality—or amorality—play that keeps its adrenaline level high and, at the very end, raises it off the charts." —NY Times. Twin Cities metro
Sunday, May 27 8:00 pm
2018-05-27 20:00:002018-05-27 20:00:00America/ChicagoBull by Mike BartlettThis vicious comedy is an allegorical death match between business colleagues – full of bizarre power plays and one-upmanship – wherein one of three employees is allegedly going to be fired.  Pop-up, Lights-on Theatre--Two weekends. Two Locations. Low Tech. A modern morality—or amorality—play that keeps its adrenaline level high and, at the very end, raises it off the charts." —NY Times. Twin Cities metro
Monday, May 28 8:00 pm
2018-05-28 20:00:002018-05-28 20:00:00America/ChicagoBull by Mike BartlettThis vicious comedy is an allegorical death match between business colleagues – full of bizarre power plays and one-upmanship – wherein one of three employees is allegedly going to be fired.  Pop-up, Lights-on Theatre--Two weekends. Two Locations. Low Tech. A modern morality—or amorality—play that keeps its adrenaline level high and, at the very end, raises it off the charts." —NY Times. Twin Cities metro
Thursday, May 31 8:00 pm
2018-05-31 20:00:002018-05-31 20:00:00America/ChicagoBull by Mike BartlettThis vicious comedy is an allegorical death match between business colleagues – full of bizarre power plays and one-upmanship – wherein one of three employees is allegedly going to be fired.  Pop-up, Lights-on Theatre--Two weekends. Two Locations. Low Tech. A modern morality—or amorality—play that keeps its adrenaline level high and, at the very end, raises it off the charts." —NY Times. Twin Cities metro
Friday, June 1 8:00 pm
2018-06-01 20:00:002018-06-01 20:00:00America/ChicagoBull by Mike BartlettThis vicious comedy is an allegorical death match between business colleagues – full of bizarre power plays and one-upmanship – wherein one of three employees is allegedly going to be fired.  Pop-up, Lights-on Theatre--Two weekends. Two Locations. Low Tech. A modern morality—or amorality—play that keeps its adrenaline level high and, at the very end, raises it off the charts." —NY Times. Twin Cities metro
Saturday, June 2 8:00 pm
2018-06-02 20:00:002018-06-02 20:00:00America/ChicagoBull by Mike BartlettThis vicious comedy is an allegorical death match between business colleagues – full of bizarre power plays and one-upmanship – wherein one of three employees is allegedly going to be fired.  Pop-up, Lights-on Theatre--Two weekends. Two Locations. Low Tech. A modern morality—or amorality—play that keeps its adrenaline level high and, at the very end, raises it off the charts." —NY Times. Twin Cities metro
Sunday, June 3 2:00 pm
2018-06-03 14:00:002018-06-03 14:00:00America/ChicagoBull by Mike BartlettThis vicious comedy is an allegorical death match between business colleagues – full of bizarre power plays and one-upmanship – wherein one of three employees is allegedly going to be fired.  Pop-up, Lights-on Theatre--Two weekends. Two Locations. Low Tech. A modern morality—or amorality—play that keeps its adrenaline level high and, at the very end, raises it off the charts." —NY Times. Twin Cities metro
 
Comedy Minnesota premiere

This vicious comedy is an allegorical death match between business colleagues – full of bizarre power plays and one-upmanship – wherein one of three employees is allegedly going to be fired. 

Pop-up, Lights-on Theatre--Two weekends. Two Locations. Low Tech.

A modern morality—or amorality—play that keeps its adrenaline level high and, at the very end, raises it off the charts." —NY Times.

Rod Kleiss Carter
Jessi Kadolph Stage Manager