Spilling Me Softly; or Once the Gulf Goes Black, It Never Goes Back: Brave New Comedy
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The last date listed for Spilling Me Softly; or Once the Gulf Goes Black, It Never Goes Back was Saturday October 30, 2010 / 7:00pm.
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Featured review from Michelle Walter
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I always enjoy BNW's shows, but I thought this one was especially brilliant. As usual, the topic in the title only loosely inspires the skits, but they are generally themed around current events like the midterm elections (local politics in particular), immigration, the environment, and popular culture (I'm won't say more than that so I don't anything away!). If you are looking for a fun evening, see this show! (go to the last show of the night and stick around for the free improv after!)
The Brave New Workshop Theatre has laughter gushing with its 271st comedy revue, Spilling Me Softly; or Once the Gulf Goes Black, It Never Goes Back. The legendary comedy theatre is bringing you headlines of today, as only they can.
Announcing the brave newest news team of the Twin Cities bringing you all current events, all truth, and all funny. The Brave New Workshop will be drilling deep into current events with Spilling Me Softly; or Once the Gulf Goes Black, It Never Goes Back. The truth is always funnier than fiction, so you might as well laugh while you get your update on local, national, and world news. BNW will bring you only the funniest news, overflowing with universally unobjective commentary from all sides of the issues. Director Caleb McEwen noted, “BP, the immigration debate, the economy, healthcare reform, Senate confirmation hearings, Afghanistan, and Mel Gibson have formed a perfect storm that cannot be ignored.”
Spilling Me Softly; or Once the Gulf Goes Black, It Never Goes Back__ __will feature the writing and performing talents of slicksters Lauren Anderson, Joe Bozic, Josh Eakright, Mike Fotis, Bobby Gardner, and Ellie Hino. Technician James Roop will light the stage, and music director Peter Guertin will provide the mood music. The show is directed by Caleb McEwen.