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Show Schedule

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD
Apr
4
6:00 pm18:00

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD

  • Bryant-Lake Bowl & Theater

Our Spring season is quickly approaching. As soon as we can, we'll announce our wonderful lineup of guests. Join us for one of our shows, every Monday night in April and May (Excluding Memorial Day) at the Bryant Lake Bowl from 7:00 - 8:30. (Doors at 6:00).

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD
Apr
11
6:00 pm18:00

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

Our Spring season is quickly approaching. As soon as we can, we'll announce our wonderful lineup of guests. Join us for one of our shows, every Monday night in April and May (Excluding Memorial Day) at the Bryant Lake Bowl from 7:00 - 8:30. (Doors at 6:00).

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD
Apr
18
6:00 pm18:00

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

Our Spring season is quickly approaching. As soon as we can, we'll announce our wonderful lineup of guests. Join us for one of our shows, every Monday night in April and May (Excluding Memorial Day) at the Bryant Lake Bowl from 7:00 - 8:30. (Doors at 6:00).

 

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD
Apr
25
6:00 pm18:00

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

Our Spring season is quickly approaching. As soon as we can, we'll announce our wonderful lineup of guests. Join us for one of our shows, every Monday night in April and May (Excluding Memorial Day) at the Bryant Lake Bowl from 7:00 - 8:30. (Doors at 6:00).

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD
May
2
6:00 pm18:00

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

Our Spring season is quickly approaching. As soon as we can, we'll announce our wonderful lineup of guests. Join us for one of our shows, every Monday night in April and May (Excluding Memorial Day) at the Bryant Lake Bowl from 7:00 - 8:30. (Doors at 6:00).

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD
May
9
6:00 pm18:00

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

Our Spring season is quickly approaching. As soon as we can, we'll announce our wonderful lineup of guests. Join us for one of our shows, every Monday night in April and May (Excluding Memorial Day) at the Bryant Lake Bowl from 7:00 - 8:30. (Doors at 6:00).

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD
May
16
6:00 pm18:00

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

Our Spring season is quickly approaching. As soon as we can, we'll announce our wonderful lineup of guests. Join us for one of our shows, every Monday night in April and May (Excluding Memorial Day) at the Bryant Lake Bowl from 7:00 - 8:30. (Doors at 6:00).

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD
May
23
6:00 pm18:00

T2P2 Spring Season - Guest: TBD

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

Our Spring season is quickly approaching. As soon as we can, we'll announce our wonderful lineup of guests. Join us for one of our shows, every Monday night in April and May (Excluding Memorial Day) at the Bryant Lake Bowl from 7:00 - 8:30. (Doors at 6:00).


Education Reporter Special
Nov
23
7:00 pm19:00

Education Reporter Special

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

School's back in session, and before everyone goes on Thanksgiving break, we're going to talk with a couple of the smartest people covering education in Minnesota.

Melvin Tennant
Nov
9
7:00 pm19:00

Melvin Tennant

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

Have you ever had trouble convincing friends from other parts of the country to visit you in the Twin Cities? 

Doug Chapin
Nov
2
7:00 pm19:00

Doug Chapin

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

We'll talk with Doug Chapin, Head of Humphrey School's Elections Academy about his favorite hummus recipe...kidding, we'll talk about elections!

Andrew Johnson
Oct
26
7:00 pm19:00

Andrew Johnson

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

Elected in 2013, Minneapolis Council Member Andrew Johnson, has made a name for himself simultaneously digging into the city's past and future. 

Design, For Good!
Oct
12
7:00 pm19:00

Design, For Good!

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

Design...Like Reggio Godfrey movie, everyone talks about it, but does anyone actually get it? Professor Thomas Fisher of the University of Minnesota Architecture School does

DC: SCOTUS!
Sep
26
8:00 pm20:00

DC: SCOTUS!

  • Washington Improv Theater

Just weeks before the Supreme Court opens its new term, Tom Goldstein, founder and editor of SCOTUSblog, and Dahlia Lithwick who covers the Supreme Court for Slate Magazine, will join T2P2 to talk all things judiciary. We’ll ask them what to watch for in the coming term and which justice wore their robes the best.

DC: David Plotz
Sep
25
10:00 pm22:00

DC: David Plotz

  • Washington Improv Theater

David Plotz is the former editor-in-chief of Slate and now CEO of Atlas Obscura. Plotz has written multiple books, comments on national politics weekly as part of the Slate Gabfest and now runs a site all about getting people to explore the hidden places in their communities. We’ll ask him the best place in D.C. to get your head shaved.

DC: Two Congressmen Walk into an Improv Show
Sep
24
8:00 pm20:00

DC: Two Congressmen Walk into an Improv Show

  • Washington Improv Theater

What will happen when first-term congressman Tom Emmer (MN-6, GOP) is The Theater of Public Policy’s on-stage guest? What about if some of his fellow Minnesotan congressional delegation join him? Will we end partisan bickering with improv comedy? Or, in true Minnesota fashion, just talk about the weather?

DC: Improv-onomics
Sep
23
8:00 pm20:00

DC: Improv-onomics

  • Washington Improv Theater

Chris Farrell, Senior Economics Contributor to American Public Media’s Marketplace, and Cardiff Garcia, US editor of the Financial Times’s Alphaville, join us to make sense of the Fed’s interest rate policies, “un-retirement,” globalization, and what the heck is going on in Cuba. All in 90 minutes or less!

DC: Infrastructure of Dreams: If we improv, will they come?
Sep
22
8:00 pm20:00

DC: Infrastructure of Dreams: If we improv, will they come?

  • Capital Fringe, Trinidad Theater

They say an improv comedy show about infrastructure investment policy can’t possibly be funny. We’ll find out if they’re right when Vinn White, U.S. DOT Senior Transportation Policy Advisor, and Casey Dinges, Senior Managing Director at the American Society of Civil Engineers, join us to talk roads, bridges, transit, and dedicated lanes for hover-bikes.

DC: Dr. Ornstein’s Miracle Tonic for a Healthy Constitution!
Sep
21
8:00 pm20:00

DC: Dr. Ornstein’s Miracle Tonic for a Healthy Constitution!

  • Washington Improv Theater

American Enterprise Institute scholar, The Atlantic columnist, and most importantly, native Minnesotan, Norm Orstein joins T2P2 to discuss political polarization, constitutional crises, and what’s worse, Minnesota in February or D.C. in August.  

DC: Church & State: Friends or Frienemies?
Sep
20
8:00 pm20:00

DC: Church & State: Friends or Frienemies?

  • Dance Place

You’re not supposed to talk about politics or religion at the dinner table. But what about during an improv comedy show? T2P2 will talk with Americans United for the Separation of Church and State Executive Director the Reverend Barry Lynn about why he thinks God should stay at least 30 feet away from government at all times.

Finding the Green for Parks
Jul
23
6:30 pm18:30

Finding the Green for Parks

  • Open Book

Those newly proposed parks in Minneapolis may be a good idea, but how are we going to find the money to fund them? Can we afford to expand our park system -- or would we be crazy not to?

Audition for T2P2!
Jul
12
12:00 pm12:00

Audition for T2P2!

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

Some people’s favorite civics-inspired improv comedy company is looking for new talent. Come audition to join the team!

The World's Fair with Former Secretary of State Mark Ritchie
Mar
16
7:00 pm19:00

The World's Fair with Former Secretary of State Mark Ritchie

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

Mark Ritchie wants a World's Fair to be held in Minnesota. There are a number of obstacles in place including the fact that the USA is currently not eligible to host one. That isn't stopping his efforts. He has already decided on the signature architectural piece. (Hint: It's the Seattle Space Needle, except upside down.)

Energy Debate!
Feb
23
7:00 pm19:00

Energy Debate!

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

We'll debate energy with Michael Noble, CEO of Fresh Energy, Nelson, Policy Director at the Center of the American Experiment, and Ben Gerber, MN Chamber of Commerce.

Bipartisian Legislative Update
Feb
11
7:00 pm19:00

Bipartisian Legislative Update

  • Humphrey School Cowles Auditorium

Rep. Nick Zerwas (R-Forest Lake) and Rep. Dan Schoen (DFL–St. Paul) join us for a 2015 legislative update–straight from the Donkey and the Elephant's mouths.

UnRetirement
Nov
24
6:00 pm18:00

UnRetirement

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

In his new book, Unretirement, Chris Farrell documents the trend of baby boomers to stay in the work force. More than a necessity caused by the Great Recession, Mr. Farrell argues it signals a new paradigm about work, community, and finding happiness. We promise you will leave this show with lots to talk about with your parents at Thanksgiving dinner. 

Cards Against Harassment
Nov
20
7:00 pm19:00

Cards Against Harassment

  • Salem English Lutheran Church

Lindsey Middlecamp has taken a unique approach with her project, Cards Against Harassment. When called out on the street, she confronts and educates those who badger her. We'll talk about her work, how to combat street harassment, and it will be funny. We promise.

City Councilman Jacob Frey
Nov
17
7:00 pm19:00

City Councilman Jacob Frey

  • Bryant Lake Bowl

Elected in 2013, Jacob Frey is part of a new class of Minneapolis City Council members swept in last fall. In just the past year, Frey has championed allowing ride-sharing services in the city, rule changes around restaurant alcohol restrictions, and stronger city investment in affordable housing.