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  • Bryant-Lake Bowl posted a new Event Female
    Presented by Table Salt Productions We began with Fluid, followed by Fear!, Father!, Favorite, and Family. In its sixth annual installment, Table Salt takes on the femme fatale of themes: Female! Come hear some of the Twin Cities’ best storytellers channel their anima and animus.  Thursday, Friday, and Saturday May 23, 24, and 25 at 7:00pm (doors at 6:00) $18/$15 in advance or with Fringe button
  • Bryant-Lake Bowl posted a new Event Female
    Presented by Table Salt Productions We began with Fluid, followed by Fear!, Father!, Favorite, and Family. In its sixth annual installment, Table Salt takes on the femme fatale of themes: Female! Come hear some of the Twin Cities’ best storytellers channel their anima and animus.  Thursday, Friday, and Saturday May 23, 24, and 25 at 7:00pm (doors at 6:00) $18/$15 in advance or with Fringe button
  • Bryant-Lake Bowl posted a new Event Female
    Presented by Table Salt Productions We began with Fluid, followed by Fear!, Father!, Favorite, and Family. In its sixth annual installment, Table Salt takes on the femme fatale of themes: Female! Come hear some of the Twin Cities’ best storytellers channel their anima and animus.  Thursday, Friday, and Saturday May 23, 24, and 25 at 7:00pm (doors at 6:00) $18/$15 in advance or with Fringe button
  • Bryant-Lake Bowl posted a new Event 9x22 Dance/Lab
    Presented by Laurie Van Wieren Featuring Leslie O’Neill, Painting the Room, and Maria Vitelli 9x22 is a monthly opportunity for three choreographers of varying styles to present their work and discuss it with an informed and engaged audience. Each piece is followed by a discussion moderated by choreographer/curator Laurie Van Wieren. May’s choreographers: Leslie O’Neill, Painting the Room, and Maria Vitelli. Wednesday, May 22 at 8:00pm (doors at 7:00) $6-$15 sliding scale
  • The collaborative videos of Kera MacKenzie and Andrew Mausert Mooney explore the relationship between cinematic artifice and ordinary effects. They capture and explode those potent feelings that surge up on the verge of sleep, when you are on the edge of your seat, when your seat is swept out from beneath you along with the rug beneath your feet. The work embraces collaboration, not merely between the two artists, but with their performers, collaborators, and students. In this way these works in…
  • Twin Cities Cabaret Artists Network (TCCAN) returns to Bryant-Lake Bowl with a salon, featuring song and storytelling on the theme of “Women – A Broad View.” Come raise a glass to fabulous women of all stripes; whether celebrating women songwriters or the women who’ve shaped their lives, you won’t want to miss these unique cabaret voices sharing their take!
  • Bryant-Lake Bowl posted a new Event Lit Crawl MN
    A celebration of the vibrant literary scene in the Twin Cities, Lit Crawl MN boasts a roster of local authors, artists, and performers offering readings, games, music, and storytelling. 6:00 – The Current's Rock and Roll Book Club presents: Classic Rock Record Party with Steven Hyden. 7:00 – Nerd Jeopardy. 8:00 – Literary Death Match.
  • Manners & Misconduct is an improv group that takes their inspiration from the witty, observant writings of Jane Austen. Using suggestions from the audience, this cast of women and non-binary improvisers create a completely improvised play, drawing on the themes, characters, and worlds in Austen’s novels in order to create a unique performance each night. Fridays, May 3, 10, and 17, and Saturdays, May 4 and 18 at 7:00pm (doors at 6:00) and Saturday, May 11 at 10:00pm (doors at 9:30)
  • A piece of music may not technically be jazz, but if a jazz effect appears in a piece you know it right away. Don’t take it from us; hear what Gershwin, Monk, Piazzolla, Poulenc, Brubeck, Bacharach, Stevie Wonder, and William Bolcom have to say at The Jazz Effect with The Ebony, Ivory & Spruce Trio (clarinet, piano, and violin).
  • Bryant-Lake Bowl posted a new Event Field Medic
    Kevin Sullivan, the lo-fi bedroom folk artist better known as Field Medic, captures richly detailed moments of in all their messy, complicated ambiguity and has earned a devoted cult following and widespread critical acclaim. Field Medic's first proper full-length release, Run For Cover, features ten sparse, acoustic tracks that reckon with our perceptions of success and self as they face down the inevitable complications that arise from realizing any hard-won dream.