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  • Ballare Teatro Dance Theatre

    4259 Minnehaha Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55406
    612-721-8619

    http://www.ballareteatro.com

  • Bedlam Theatre

    1501 S. 6th St. Minneapolis, MN 55454
    612-341-1038

    http://www.bedlamtheatre.org

  • Bedlam Theatre

    Bedlam Theatre

    2637 27th Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55406
    612-341-1038

    http://www.bedlamtheatre.org Losing its Cedar-Riverside location didn’t stop the Bedlam Theatre. The group, a part of the local theater community for 20 years, continued on as one of a number of itinerant companies in the area, while always searching for a new base of operations. They’ve found that in the Lowertown neighborhood in St. Paul, with a space that promises to offer the same eclectic mix of performance, food, drink, and conversation as the original location. Led by founders John Francis Bueche and Maren Ward, Bedlam offers wildly creative theatrical pieces and collaborations throughout the Twin Cities, earning plenty of accolades and awards along the way. In fact, while losing a lease could spell doom for many theater companies, Bedlam survived with the support of its many fans. That innovation and creativity can be found in regular works like the annual 10-minute play festival or being a part of the Northern Spark events. More >>

  • Bedlam Theatre Lowertown

    213 E. 4th St. St Paul, MN 55101
    612-341-1038

    http://bedlamtheatre.org/

  • Blank Slate Theatre

    499 Wacouta St. St. Paul, MN 55101
    651-222-0718

  • Bloomington Civic Theatre

    1800 W. Old Shakopee Rd. Bloomington, MN 55431
    952-563-8575

    http://www.bloomingtoncivictheatre.org

  • Bloomington Fine Arts Council

    10206 Penn Ave. S. Bloomington, MN 55431
    952-563-4777

  • Brave New Workshop Downtown Stage

    Brave New Workshop Downtown Stage

    824 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55402
    612-332-6620

    http://theatre.bravenewworkshop.com

  • BNW Student Union

    BNW Student Union

    2605 Hennepin Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55408-1150
    612-332-6620

    http://www.bravenewworkshop.org When the Brave New Workshop moved its main operations to downtown Minneapolis, it left its longstanding Uptown storefront location behind. The old theater (the Workshop’s home since the mid-'60s) was renamed the Student Union, as the efforts now focus on training the next generation of Twin Cities comics, or just those interested in a class or two on performance and improvisation. The Student Union offers courses for adults and students in improvisation and sketch writing. The instructors are drawn from Brave New Workshop’s extensive alumni ranks, including Joe Bozic and Mike Fotis (both are also co-directors of the Brave New Institute), Lauren Anderson, Brave New Workshop musical director Peter Guertin and BNW director Caleb McEwen. Even if you aren’t interested in being a student, the Student Union offers regular performances in the longstanding space. There are spotlight performances as each class finishes its work, along with programs like the Friday Night Stage Match, where teams of students and alumni compete head-to-head for the title of “best comics of the night.” The prices are right – from free to $5 – and you never know when you might see the next Al Franken. More >>

  • Breck School Cargil Theater

    123 Ottawa Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55416
    763-381-8277

  • Bryant-Lake Bowl Theater

    Bryant-Lake Bowl Theater

    810 W. Lake St. Minneapolis, MN 55408
    612-825-3737

    http://www.bryantlakebowl.com Let's play free association. Theater....steaming pots of java. Bowling shoes....petite syrah. Neighborhood bar....exquisite beer list. Clearly you've been hanging around the Bryant-Lake Bowl, where a certain sort of perfect life has been achieved, a life where a love of the vine and a fascination with mastering the 7-10 split exist in beautiful harmony. Meals are reliable, hipster-diner fare: salads, pasta, fruit, cheese, sandwiches, burritos, and breakfast. Even if you're not much of an athlete, the Forties decor and unpushy service make this a swell place to while away the afternoon. More >>

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