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The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical

December 2 - 23, 2016

Presented by Minneapolis Musical Theatre
in partnership with Actors Theater of MN

The Cabaret at Camp Bar
490 North Robert Street, Saint Paul, MN

Tickets:
Reserved Table Seating: $27
Reserved Table Seating for Groups of 10+: $22
General Admission: $21
General Admission for Groups of 10+: $16
BrownPaperTickets.com or 800-838-3006

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The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical

Director: Ryan McGuire Grimes
Musical Director: Tony Sofie
Stage Manager: Rachel Foulks
Producer: Christian Unser

The gang from Armadillo Acres is back! The sequel to The Great American Trailer Park Musical, one of Minneapolis Musical Theatre’s most popular musicals to date, is chock full of of holiday beer! Er — cheer! But leave the kiddos at home — this ones just for the grown-ups!

Join Betty, Pickles, Linoleum and their new neighbors as they try to decorate North Florida’s premier mobile-living community to win a contest from Better Trailer Homes and Gardens. And when a freak accident gives the park’s resident Scrooge amnesia, the group has to rally to show her the true meaning of Christmas! It’s a rip-roarin, chair-throwin, cat-fightin good time!


Comedy Roast of Mr. Scrooge

Comedy Roast of Mr. Scrooge. This Christmas, it will be Scrooge's chestnuts roasting over an open fire...

Tickets:

General Admission: $19.50
VIP Reserved Seating: $24.50
BrownPaperTickets.com or 800-838-3006.
For group rates and info, call 651-290-2290.

Location:

The Cabaret in Camp Bar
490 N Robert St, Saint Paul, MN

December 9 - 21

Friday, Dec. 9 at 10:00 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 16 at 10:00 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 17 at 10:00 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 18 at 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 21 at 8:00 p.m.
(ASL Interpreted Performance)

*This is a very adult production with strong language and not for those offended by modern roast humor. *Must be 18+

The Comedy Roast of Mr. Scrooge combines the oldest traditions from comedy—savagely mocking someone—and the holidays—imbibing in one too many ‘nogs and telling everyone what you really think. All the classic, beloved characters from A Christmas Carol finally get their chance to give Scrooge what’s coming to him in words that Charles Dickens never even knew.

Starring some of the Twin Cities’ funniest actors, this irreverent and raucous show is the perfect anecdote for those who prefer a little more spice and a little less nice to their holidays. This ain’t your average Christmas Carol!

“I had the best of times! Tis a far, far funnier thing than I did!” — Charles Dickens

“Exceeded even my expectations!” — Pip

“It was so funny, I peed my knickers!” — Mrs. Dickens

The Petri Dish

The Petri Dish

November 2 & December 7

Doors at 6pm, show starts at 7pm
Live music and an interactive bio-themed game precede the program.

The Cabaret at Camp Bar
490 North Robert Street, Saint Paul, MN

Tickets:

Pay What You Can, $5 minimum
BrownPaperTickets.com or 800-838-3006

Join us at Camp Bar in downtown St. Paul for a different kind of science event. No Powerpoints. Lots of lively discussion.

Isn’t life fascinating? It gets even more interesting when you put three University of Minnesota experts with distinct perspectives together in the same room for an unscripted, free-flowing discussion. Join us for live music, science-y fun and curiosity-driven conversations about how biology affects our lives and what it means for our future.

November 2

It’s Complicated: Our Evolving Relationship With the Microbial World In and Around Us
Our relationship to the microbial world in and around us is a bit fraught. From the rise and fall of antimicrobials to the growing popularity of probiotics, our perception of these tiny organisms that populate our soil, air, even our gut, is evolving. New discoveries about role they play in our health and the environment are creating even more ambiguity.

Explore what we know and what we don’t about the vast invisible world under (and in!) our noses with computational biologist and microbiome expert Dan Knights, microbial ecologist Michael Sadowsky and geomicrobiologist Cara Santelli.

December 7

Our Parasites, Ourselves: Unraveling the Counterintuitive, Complicated Relationship Between People, Environment and Policy
Parasites and pathogens are oft-maligned, Eliminate a species of mosquito to fight Zika — or don’t? Deworm captive animals — or not? The choice is ours. We have an unprecedented ability to manage and manipulate nature, however the consequences aren’t always clear cut. Whether trying to protect endangered species or eliminate emerging diseases, policies that determine how humans interact with parasites and pathogens are part of a co-evolutionary feedback loop.

Join evolutionary biologist, animal behaviorist and author of Sex on Six Legs and Paleofantasy Marlene Zuk, conservation biologist Kristen Nelson and infectious disease expert Dominic Travis for an engaging, unpredictable conversation on these and other bio-conundrums.

Bye Bye Liver - The Twin Cities Drinking Play

Bye Bye Liver, the Twin Cities Drinking Play, is a high octane comedy adventure centered around one of the Twin Cities’ favorite past times—drinking. With outrageous sketch comedies mixing drinks, interactive drinking games and male versus female inebriation, Bye Bye Liver is a play premised on the simple joys and complex consequences that indulging in a drink or two or three can bring.

Under the direction of John Haynes, director of the Creative Institute at Actor’s Theater, the Bye Bye Liver cast features a team of comedy stalwarts. The hour-and-15-minute show premiered in Nashville and was originally created by producer, writer and director Byron Hatfield.

Star Tribune says, “Show has been knocking them back”

City Pages says, “A-list event!”

TC Daily Planet says, “Bye Bye Liver hits the sweet spot”!









Back for Another Round!

See the calendar for specific
dates and times

Tickets:

General Admission: $24.50
Groups of 6 or more: $19.50
Groups of 10 or more: $14.50

BrownPaperTickets.com
or 800-838-3006

*MUST BE 21+

The Cabaret at Camp Bar
490 North Robert Street
Saint Paul, MN 55101

 



Fezziwig's Feast



We are sorry to report we are not able to present Fezziwig’s Feast in 2016. We hope to bring it back in 2017.


Travel back in time to 1843 where you will be a guest at one of London’s most famous Christmas parties!

Old Mister Fezziwig, the embodiment of the joy and happiness that is Christmas, has invited you to his annual Christmas party in his Grand Ballroom.

Laughter and song greet you as you arrive for a night of revelry and a Victorian feast. Fezziwig’s annual party, famous for live music, dancing, and gourmet food, has a special surprise this year…

Fezziwig’s dear friend Charles Dickens has written a little Christmas ghost story and Fezziwig and his staff decide to act it out. Dickens calls it “A Christmas Carol.” Fezziwig calls it “the most delightful and uplifting story propelled by all of the wonder and joy that is Christmas!”








Performances

We are sorry to report we are not able to present Fezziwig’s Feast in 2016. We hope to bring it back in 2017.

Bippy's Burlesque-O-Rama

2nd Wednesday of Each Month

Doors at 7:30, show starts at 8:00pm

Location:
The Cabaret at Camp Bar
490 N Robert St. Saint Paul, MN

Tickets: $8.00 at the door

Bippy’s Burlesque-o-Rama returns home to CAMP every month for a thrilling night of our own special brand of chaos. Hosted by MC Laszlo with regular guests: Tenea’, Barbara Gordon, Pouty Petals, Mona Montague, Dalcina Sol, and Femmebot!

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