Venue Details

Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre
824 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55403
612-332-6620
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4.7 / 5 Rated by 7 members
Review from Danger Tix
10 events 5 reviews

These guys are the best!!! Enjoyed the show so much, my cheeks hurt when I left from laughing so much!

reviewed Jan 06 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from beard1014
50 events 4 reviews

Great fun.

reviewed Dec 31 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Mike Hanks
2 events 2 reviews

If you've seen the Ren Fest performances, you've pretty much seen this show. Some of the Ren Fest staples, such as slicing a cucumber and the wheel of death, are missing, and there's nothing flaming, probably because they're working indoors. It's...continued

reviewed Dec 21 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Mary Peterson
10 events 2 reviews

This show was very fun - lots of laughs.
Recommend for a good night out.

reviewed Dec 29 2011 report as inappropriate
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Description

They’ve appeared on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, E!’s Talk Soup, and multiple Las Vegas stages, and now they’re coming to the Twin Cities to bring you a Christmas you will never forget.

After their hit show at the Minnesota Fringe Festival and another smash year at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival, The Danger Committee presents the Christmas show that all other Christmas shows wish they could be. Hilarious comedy, amazing juggling and thrilling knife throwing combine to create a holiday extravaganza like none other in the Twin Cities.

Enjoy the full bar in the brand new Brave New Workshop ETC Theatre while The Danger Committee provides definite comedy and possible tragedy … just like Christmas! The show will feature some Danger Committee classics and brand spanking new material just in time (and in tune) for the holidays.

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