Brave New Workshop's Holiday Romp Miracle at 824 Hennepin Ave.
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The last date listed for Miracle at 824 Hennepin Ave.: Skyway to the Manger Zone was Saturday January 28, 2012 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre:
- Full Price:
- $25.00 - $28.00
- Our Price:
- $12.00 - $14.00
If you thought Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street was outrageous, the Brave New Workshop offers its own comedic spin on pop culture, politics and everyday life in its 285th production, The Wolf of Walmart. Not ones to follow the pack, this talented group of writers and actors hunts down the humor in the most unexpected places in its new collection of sketches and songs. Experience their high-risk, high-reward approach to satire that makes the Brave New Workshop so popular. Learn More
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Very Funny ...especially loved first three skits including "Who will ruin Christmas" and Elf's Boot Camp...VERY FUNNY! Also absolutely loved "what my Mother said to me" super-imposed on to the 12 days of christmas as well as part 2 "what my Father said to me" and as always the improv....in this case the Bad gift throuwn out from the audience was a "Pillow"....which they did quite well with....beautifully irreverant look at Christmas....Highly recommend it.
Audiences can take a break from the holiday crazies and laugh at the shopping, parties, and family stress-fests that punctuate this most wondrous time of year. The annual holiday revue will feature both festive new sketches and BNW yuletide favorites with the same audacious spirit of irreverent festivity the theater has been cranking out for more than 53 years. This will be the first show featuring the troupe’s resident cast in the newly renovated 824 Hennepin Ave. theater, nothing short of the best Christmas present ever. Not yet connected to the skyway, the new theater offers ample parking options, octuple the restrooms, and a full bar. Now do you believe in miracles?
About the Ticket Supplier: Brave New Workshop
Founded by former circus performer Dudley Riggs and currently owned by husband and wife John Sweeney and Jenni Lilledahl, the little theatre on Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis has become a legendary comedy institution, where audiences enjoy improv and sketch comedy nearly every night of the week. The company’s talented performers create satirical, irreverent, and intelligent original works.