Minnesota’s greatest (…and only) civic affairs-inspired improv comedy show is back at HUGE Theater this fall to talk about gun rights, medical marijuana, and the legacy of R.T. Rybak The Twin Cities’ unabashedly intellectual and irreverent improv comedy show, The Theater of Public Policy (T2P2) is bringing a whole new series of issues Public Policy and debates to life this fall.
Using real on-stage conversations with leading policy thinkers and makers and unpredictable unscripted theater, T2P2 will tackle everything from minimum mandatory sentencing, to climate change, to a retrospective on the political career of Mayor R.T. Rybak.
Described as “What could become Minnesota’s answer to Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert,” T2P2 makes civic conversations fun again. Each night:
- The show’s host interviews a leading thinker on a big issue
- Then a team of the Twin Cities’ most talented improvisers use the conversation as inspiration for longform improv comedy
- In the second-half of the show, the guest answers questions from the audience
- The show wraps up with more no-holds-barred unscripted comedy
Click here for a schedule of upcoming topics.
WIN TICKETS: I have one pair of tickets to give away for the October 7th show. The topic will be Federalism vs. States’ Rights featuring Dale Carpenter, American legal commentator and Earl R. Larson Professor of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law at the University of Minnesota. To enter to win tickets, comment on this Facebook post. One winner will be randomly selected on Wednesday, October 2nd at Noon and notified via Facebook.
Mondays in October & November 2013
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