Bye Bye Liver: Two Parts Sketch Comedy, One Part Drinking Game
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The last date listed for Bye Bye Liver was Friday November 8, 2013 / 9:30pm.
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Featured review from sauldrich
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it is one of those interactive sketch comedy. they put on little vinettes and have "socials" during the show. Get a des driver, to take in the full effect;) Some games, but a little long in parts (girls in b-room)
fun entertainment and great venue, who doesn't like St. Paul!
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The show itself was really funny, the actors got into their roles, and even featured one of my favorite improv guys from the twin cities! The preshow music was a bit loud, it was a good thing the chairs were close together. Great for some good...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“It’s a play about celebrating drunkenness and Bye Bye Liver delivers for an audience loving nothing more than reveling in drunken good fun.”—_Pioneer Press _
“A smashed hit.”—City Pages
Bye Bye Liver is a show premised on the simple joys and complex consequences that indulging in a drink or two or three can bring. Bye Bye Liver also runs in two other locales. In the Windy City it is known as the Chicago Drinking Play and has been selling out performances at The Pub Theatre. In Wisconsin, it is popularly known as the Milwaukee Drinking Play. The 90-minute show premiered in Chicago and was originally created by Nashville producer, writer and director Byron Hatfield.
About the Ticket Supplier: Actors Theater of Minnesota
Actors Theater of Minnesota is a professional theater company located in the heart of Downtown Saint Paul’s charming Theater District.
The Creative Institute at Actors Theater of Minnesota is committed to provide a creative educational experience in an environment of collaboration and openness.