Obama Mia! Or the Real Housewives of Abbottabad: A Musical Satire
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The last date listed for Obama Mia! Or the Real Housewives of Abbottabad was Saturday October 8, 2011 / 10:00pm.
Currently at Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre
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The fine, funny folks at Minneapolis' Brave New Workshop have put their collective comedy heads… More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Lady Mondegreen
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I hadn't been to a Brave New Workshop show for quite a few years, so this was trip down memory lane. The political satire hit the mark, especially the comedienne who effortlessly morphed from Sarah Palin to Michele Bachmann in less than two seconds. And to add to the absurdity, they gave away a Schlage home security lock (a sponsor's product) at the end.
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Brave New Workshop does not dissapoint! This hilarious satire takes aim at everyone! I laughed myself into tears so hard the first time I came back for more! They once again did not dissapoint. Plan on staying for the third act if its available...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“The Brave New Workshop hits it out of the park with Obama Mia! … proudcing an evening that savages those on both sides of the political fence.” —CityPages
A President. A terrorist and his crazy wives. Seal Team 6. And their hilarious, hair-raising adventures in Abbottabad. The Brave New Workshop, no stranger to political satire, shares their own unique look at the adventures of Seal Team 6 and their mission that ended with a splash! Audiences on both sides of the aisle will enjoy the many hysterical characters that inhabit and invade Abbottabad.
*Disclaimer * – The Brave New Workshop does not guarantee that after watching the show, audiences will be able to say, spell or find Abbottabad on a map.
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.