Bryant Lake Bowl Theater
810 W Lake Street Minneapolis, MN
$15/$12 in advance or with Fringe button/$70 for season pass over the phone only
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Presented by Danger Boat Productions
The nationally renowned and locally tolerated thinky improv show returns to the Bryant Lake Bowl. Described by the the Star Tribune as “what would happen if C-SPAN were suddenly swarmed by the cast of SNL,” each show features an interview with an expert guest or newsmaker. Then their cast brings everything they said to life through improv sketches. It’s like civics class, but with comedy and beer.
Tickets and season passes will be available for purchase beginning September 5th. Season passes are $70 for all 8 shows. Tickets must be picked up at least 5 minutes before show time or will be released to public. Purchase over the phone only. Box officers will take emails when selling season passes. Season passes will not be a physical item, but names will be included on a will call list for all shows.
Runs 120 minutes
Fallout Arts Initiative Co-op Studio 3
2601 2nd Ave S
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Presented by Theatre Coup d'Etat
Theatre Coup d’Etat presents Moby Dick, a new original adaptation from the novel by Herman Melville, performing November 3 - 20, 7:30pm at Fallout Arts Initiative Co-op Studio 3 in Minneapolis.
MINNEAPOLIS – Herman Melville’s Moby Dick has been called the “greatest American novel”. This adaptation illustrates what truly makes America great - diversity, inclusion, and hard work. Coup d’Etat’s Moby Dick is the story of a diverse crew of sailors working during the height of the whaling industry, as told through the eyes of a callow narrator, Ishmael. The hunt this time, however, is for the leviathan that took the leg and splintered the mind of Captain Ahab, a man haunted by demons of his own making. Under the wisdom and guidance of the great harpooner Queequeg, Ishmael gives us a lens into a world of cultural unity, moral and ethical conflict, and what it means to depend on the person next to you in a dangerous world where each day could be your last.
Two-time Ivey Award-winning Theatre Coup d’Etat is proud to present this world premier in the Twin Cities. Combining actor-driven movement, live sound-scaping and music, and the intimate seating of Fallout Arts Initiative Co-op Studio 3, Theatre Coup d’Etat’s production of Moby Dick is another can’t-miss experience.
Moby Dick preview (pay-what-you-can):
Thursday, November 2, showtime 7:30pm (doors 7:00pm)
Moby Dick performances (sliding scale): $18-$40
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, showtimes 7:30pm (doors 7:00pm)
November 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20 (Monday, November 6 is a pay-what-you-can performance)
ISHMAEL - Eva Gemlo, FLASK - Craig James Hostetler, STUBB - Meagan Kedrowski, QUEEQUEG - Antonia Perez, STARBUCK - Kayla McCarthy, "CAPTAIN" PELEG - David Wasserman, TASHTEKOVA - Jacleen Olson, DAGGOO - Michael Terrell Brown, CAPTAIN AHAB - Adam Scarpello, PETER COFFIN - Sue Gerver, CAPTAIN GARDINER - Siddeeqah Shabazz, WHALERS - Kelly Nelson, Mikey Johnson, Lauren Diesch
MUSIC DIRECTOR - Jamie White Jachimiec, MUSICIANS - Alison Keller, Anna Leverett, Ze'ev O'Rourke DIRECTOR - James Napoleon Stone, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - Kevin Fanshaw, STAGE MANAGER - Quinn Forrest Masterson, DIALECT COACH - Jim Ahrens, DRAMATURGIST - Lanny Langston, LIGHTING DESIGN - Mark Kieffer, COSTUME DESIGN - Lauren Diesch and Anne Brown
The show will run approximately 2 hours with one 10-minute intermission. Free street parking is available. Following the show, audience members are encouraged to stay for a brief talkback with the the cast.
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
Runs 120 minutes
The Crane Theater
2303 Kennedy St NE Minneapolis, MN 55413 Parking and entrance at the back of the building
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Presented by nimbus
The year is 1913. Progress runs on coal, but the immigrant miners from southern Colorado are being squeezed beyond endurance.
They work the seam while corporate forces arrayed against them spy, manipulate and disrupt, crushing any hint of “union.” Yet the
workers and their families lean on one another, wait, hope…and plan.
How far will the company go? When will the pawns realize that together they are strong? But the chess board squares are all coal
black in Las Animas County, near the River of the Lost Souls in Purgatory. And the flames are getting closer.
Nimbus brings you the fearsome saga of the Ludlow massacre, the deadliest labor dispute in American history.
Featuring Pedro Juan Fonseca, Meri Golden, Kayla Hambek, Siri Hammond, Tim Komatsu, Tara Lucchino, Marcelo Mena, Brian O’Neal, Nicholas Nelson, Stephanie Ruas, David Tufford, Richard D. Woods
Designed by Ursula K. Bowden, Jacob M. Davis, Jenny Moeller, Barb Portinga, Courtney Schmitz
Saturday, November 4 - 8pm - Opening Night
Sunday, Nobember 5 - 3pm
Thursday, November 9 - 7:30pm
Friday, November 10 - 8pm
Saturday, November 11 - 8pm
Sunday, November 12 - 3pm
Monday, November 13 - 7:30pm - Pay-What-You-Can Performance
Thursday, November 16 - 7:30pm
Friday, November 17 - 8pm
Saturday, November 18 - 8pm - Audio Described
Sunday, November 19 - 3pm
WARNING: This show contains gunshots, violence, and racially charged language