Presented by Danger Boat Productions
Sunday, January 6, 2019
7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00pm
Tickets: $15/$12 in advance or with Fringe button
Back in 1993, an ambitious restaurateur purchased the historic Bryant Lake Bowl. It was Kim Bartmann’s first restaurant, and under her ownership would become a Minneapolis landmark. After a quarter century of theater, bowling, great pad thai, and epic parties, Bartmann is turning over the reins to longtime employee Erica Gilbert.
Before Kim goes, let’s celebrate what she helped build with the Bryant Lake Bowl. Join us for a special evening of stories and looks back at her tenure at the Bryant Lake Bowl. Host Tane Danger will chat live on stage with Kim about her fondest memories and craziest moments at the Bowl. Staff, customers, and friends will be on hand as well to share their stories of Kim and the BLB.
Then, the cast of The Theater of Public Policy will turn all those stories and memories into improv comedy theater. It’ll be an unscripted night of laughs, looks-back, jokes, and thanks to a very special lady who thought an all-in-one restaurant-theater-bar-bowling-alley would be a good idea. And we are sure glad she did.