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Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre
824 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403
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Great that you can park a few feet away--that doesn't happen at many places, especially downtown.
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attended Sep 06 2013

The cast is wonderful. Attack of the Best of the Brave New Workshop was funny and smart. Clever and witty has been presented in this theatre for 55 years. I have experienced many great performances including this one. Keeping it on the edge is...continued

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attended Jul 18 2013

The show was great, as always! There were several sketches I remembered from past shows which were fun to relive. I do wish more of the original cast members would have come back for this show though to make it that much more of an epic throwback...continued

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Celebrate 55 years of comedy and satire with Attack of the Best of the Brave New Workshop, a revue highlighting the best sketches from recent years into one big night of comedy. 

Attack of the Best of the Brave New Workshop will feature returning BNW cast members Lauren Anderson (in her 31st production with the Brave New Workshop), Andy Hilbrands, and Taj Ruler. The show will also feature Matt Erkel (last seen on the BNW main stage for Rainbow Election) and the full-time main stage debut of Tom Reed (previously an understudy on the BNW main stage and cast member of the 2011 staging of Dudley: Rigged for Laughter). Attack is directed by BNW artistic director Caleb McEwen, with assistance from co-artistic director Katy McEwen.

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.