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Show Schedule

Civil Fest E Plurubus Funum (Out of Many, Fun) Laugh, Dance, Vote
Sep
28
8:00 PM20:00

Civil Fest E Plurubus Funum (Out of Many, Fun) Laugh, Dance, Vote

It’s been a long election season. We deserve a laugh. It’ll be a night of original sketch comedy inspired by Minnesota politics, improv with some special political guests, and music throughout the show from Minneapolis’s premiere source of pop jams for your feelings about laws, City Counselor. Not to mention multiple surprise appearances you won’t want to miss.

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From Frost King to St. Paul Mayor
Jul
31
6:00 PM18:00

From Frost King to St. Paul Mayor

Melvin Carter won a decisive victory in St. Paul’s mayoral against a number of strong opponents. In his first six months, he’s been faced with questions about increasing the number of police officers in the city, budgets to repair aging roads, and the third-rail of St. Paul politics, trash collection. We’ll solve all of them through improv comedy.

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The Funnest Man in Baseball
Jul
24
6:00 PM18:00

The Funnest Man in Baseball

Who would have thought to have a pig deliver baseballs to umpires midgame? Or run a steamroller over a mountain of disco records? Or gets heralded as the funniest member of a trio that also includes Bill Murray? The answer is Mike Veeck, co-owner of the St. Paul Saints.

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The Great Minimum Wage Debate
Jul
17
6:00 PM18:00

The Great Minimum Wage Debate

St. Paul is currently considering a proposal to raise its minimum wage. Is $15 an hour the right amount? Should tips count toward that $15 for restaurant workers? How quickly should the wage increase for different-sized businesses? Hear what city Councilwoman Rebecca Noecker and two members of the Citizen League’s minimum wage study committee are weighing as they try and come to a final proposal.    

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An Evangelical, A Muslim, and an Atheist Walk Into an Improv Show…
Jul
10
6:00 PM18:00

An Evangelical, A Muslim, and an Atheist Walk Into an Improv Show…

Even in the land of the Church Basement Ladies, people’s relationships with faith institutions are changing. More Millennials are religiously unaffiliated than any previous generation. How and why are young people redefining the role of faith in their lives? What do these changes mean for religious institutions? Would it help to update the Old Testament with some well-placed hashtags?

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Where Have All The Freeways Gone?
Jul
3
6:00 PM18:00

Where Have All The Freeways Gone?

Major road construction has slowed and rerouted traffic on a number of Twin Cities thoroughfares. Minnesota’s Commissioner of Transportation, Charlie Zelle, promises it will get better soon, with newer roads, more accessible bus options, and the groundwork for a self-driving future. We’ll ask him about it if he’s able to make it through the traffic to join us.

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Miss DEEDs
Nov
20
7:00 PM19:00

Miss DEEDs

We’ll talk with Commissioner Hardy aboutgrowing the state’s economy, connecting citizens with jobs, and helping businesses grow, plus ask for résumé tips in the event this whole improv thing doesn’t work out.

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