Bryant Lake Bowl

810 W. Lake St., Mpls Open 8 am‑2am daily

Restaurant/Bowling (612) 825‑3737 Theater (612) 825‑8949


Theater

Saturday, February 13

9:45 am / Doors open at 9:30 am

Kids Class! with Miss Torrie

Taught by Torrie Rinehart

This is not your typical tutu and bun dance class, this is an environment for all kids to get their boogie on to awesome music! Our class features original curriculum designed with fun and imagination in mind, packed full of real dance technique and music skills. Kids Class! is an accessible and captivating way to start kids on their journey into the arts!

Dance / Kids
11:00 am / Doors open at 10:45 am

Kids Class! with Miss Torrie

Taught by Torrie Rinehart

This is not your typical tutu and bun dance class, this is an environment for all kids to get their boogie on to awesome music! Our class features original curriculum designed with fun and imagination in mind, packed full of real dance technique and music skills. Kids Class! is an accessible and captivating way to start kids on their journey into the arts!

Dance / Kids
7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

Mistress Ginger’s V-Day Soirée

Presented by Junkyard Theater
Directed by Joey Clark

 Celebrate Valentine’s Day in all its torrid glory with Mistress Ginger and her hunky band of heartthrobs. Just for you, they’ve taken George Gershwin and Britney Spears and filtered them through a klezmer beatboxing thingamajig. Straddling ribald and romantic, this V-Day-cabaret-gone-wild will send you giddy and gleaming into an eternal lovefest.

Theater / Music
10:00 pm / Doors open at 9:30 pm

An Intimate Mid-Winters Evening with Rupert Angeleyes & Andrew Jansen // Loud Sun

The Night's Mission statement:  Bring a smile to your frostbitten lips.

Let's celebrate the smack dab middle of winter with two acts that needn't a dance-floor to keep your attention.  This intimate evening will find the listener leaning back and chilling hard to some downright snow season sensible jams. 

 "Rupert Angeleyes has been lurking under the local radar for a while now. Since 2008,Kyle Sobczak, formerly of Minneapolis indie-rock outfit Sleeping in the Aviary, has been recording brilliant morsels of psych-pop, tossing them on Bandcamp with little promotion, playing small gigs, and getting a fraction of the attention he deserves. With Young Sunset, his first release for local powerhouse label Forged Artifacts, Rupert Angeleyes has crafted his most accessible and his most rewarding effort to date."

-Sam Segal      Radio K

  "Andrew Jansen // Loud Sun has brought his California dream back to Minnesota. The Gopher State native spent a few years out in Oakland while writing (((LOUD))) before returning to the Midwest.... Jansen’s dreamy surf-style songs feature catchy rhythms the whole band drops in and out of. It’s jangly, it’s fun, and it’s a blast of California sun with you as the days grow shorter."

-Aaron Bolton    Local Current Blog

Sunday, February 14

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

Mistress Ginger’s V-Day Soirée

Presented by Junkyard Theater
Directed by Joey Clark

 Celebrate Valentine’s Day in all its torrid glory with Mistress Ginger and her hunky band of heartthrobs. Just for you, they’ve taken George Gershwin and Britney Spears and filtered them through a klezmer beatboxing thingamajig. Straddling ribald and romantic, this V-Day-cabaret-gone-wild will send you giddy and gleaming into an eternal lovefest.

Theater / Music

Monday, February 15

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

MN premiere of We are Twisted F***ing Sister!

Presented by Sound Unseen

In their early club days,Twisted Sister were the Grand Funk of Glam and the NY Dolls of Heavy Metal as they beat their way to the top of the 70s/80s tri-state club scene, and out into the world. Dress like women, talk like men, play like motherf*ckers!

Music / Film

Tuesday, February 16

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

Café Scientifique

Presented by The Bell Museum of Natural History

The Bell Museum's Café Scientifique is a happy hour exchange of ideas about science, environment, and popular culture featuring experts from a variety of fields on diverse and often provocative topics.

Performance


Wednesday, February 17

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:30 pm

Cinema Lounge

Presented by IFP MN and BLB

Where independent filmmakers schmooze and make nice.


Clubhouse / Film


Thursday, February 18

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

Into the Red

Presented by GIRL Theater

GIRL Theatre presents “Into the Red,” an original piece exploring the complex challenges and virtues of growing up as a young woman. A girl travels into the Red, an underworld of lost women who tell diverse stories of womanhood through music, dance, and a series of vignettes. They expose the overwhelming fears and gifts familiar to young women and girls as they navigate the complexities of a male-centric world. Their message issues strength, provoking a question with no easy answer: what does it mean to be a woman?

10:00 pm / Doors open at 9:30 pm

Dykes Do Drag

Produced by Heather Spear, The Gentleman King

"Dykes Do Drag" – the title says a mouthful but not all there is to say. 

 Dykes Do Drag is comprised of queers of all genders and orientations, celebrating an expanding continuum of gender expression and performance in the Upper Midwest for 15 years. This edgy performance art cabaret features the Twin Cities' best as well as newcomers in traditional Drag and burlesque, with live music, boi-lesque, modern dance, video and visual art, and lip-synching in enticing and exciting hilarity. 

A few more bombastic terms to describe DDD include but are not limited to: sexy, radical, entertaining, titillating, kinky and weird.  We perform 5 times a year at the Bryant-Lake Bowl! 

 

Performance

Illustration by Hannah Kuhlmann

Friday, February 19

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

Into the Red

Presented by GIRL Theater

GIRL Theatre presents “Into the Red,” an original piece exploring the complex challenges and virtues of growing up as a young woman. A girl travels into the Red, an underworld of lost women who tell diverse stories of womanhood through music, dance, and a series of vignettes. They expose the overwhelming fears and gifts familiar to young women and girls as they navigate the complexities of a male-centric world. Their message issues strength, provoking a question with no easy answer: what does it mean to be a woman?

10:00 pm / Doors open at 9:30 pm

Dykes Do Drag

Produced by Heather Spear, The Gentleman King

"Dykes Do Drag" – the title says a mouthful but not all there is to say. 

 Dykes Do Drag is comprised of queers of all genders and orientations, celebrating an expanding continuum of gender expression and performance in the Upper Midwest for 15 years. This edgy performance art cabaret features the Twin Cities' best as well as newcomers in traditional Drag and burlesque, with live music, boi-lesque, modern dance, video and visual art, and lip-synching in enticing and exciting hilarity. 

A few more bombastic terms to describe DDD include but are not limited to: sexy, radical, entertaining, titillating, kinky and weird.  We perform 5 times a year at the Bryant-Lake Bowl! 

 

Performance

Illustration by Hannah Kuhlmann

Saturday, February 20

7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00 pm

Into the Red

Presented by GIRL Theater

GIRL Theatre presents “Into the Red,” an original piece exploring the complex challenges and virtues of growing up as a young woman. A girl travels into the Red, an underworld of lost women who tell diverse stories of womanhood through music, dance, and a series of vignettes. They expose the overwhelming fears and gifts familiar to young women and girls as they navigate the complexities of a male-centric world. Their message issues strength, provoking a question with no easy answer: what does it mean to be a woman?

10:00 pm / Doors open at 9:30 pm

Dykes Do Drag

Produced by Heather Spear, The Gentleman King

"Dykes Do Drag" – the title says a mouthful but not all there is to say. 

 Dykes Do Drag is comprised of queers of all genders and orientations, celebrating an expanding continuum of gender expression and performance in the Upper Midwest for 15 years. This edgy performance art cabaret features the Twin Cities' best as well as newcomers in traditional Drag and burlesque, with live music, boi-lesque, modern dance, video and visual art, and lip-synching in enticing and exciting hilarity. 

A few more bombastic terms to describe DDD include but are not limited to: sexy, radical, entertaining, titillating, kinky and weird.  We perform 5 times a year at the Bryant-Lake Bowl! 

 

Performance

Illustration by Hannah Kuhlmann

Monday, February 22

8:00 pm / Doors open at 7:30 pm

The Local Music Scene Presents:

Every month, a different musician is interviewed and then performs a selection of their original music. After, The Local Music Scene (a team of improv comedians), takes those lyrics and uses them as the basis of inspiration for improvised scenes!

Comedy / Music