What You'll Get
Today’s Groupon pairs acting and booze in a much more enjoyable manner than being led on a brewery tour by a mime: for $9, you get one ticket to Bye Bye Liver in the Cabaret Theater at CAMP Bar in Downtown St. Paul (a $19.50 value). Purchase up to six general-seating tickets to one of the performances listed in the sidebar.
A collaboration between the Actors Theater of Minnesota and the Cabaret Theater at CAMP Bar, Bye Bye Liver offers attendees a fun-filled evening of intoxicating laughs and boozy giggles. Featuring outrageous sketch comedy, interactive drinking games, and a guys-versus-gals competition, Bye Bye Liver showcases the hilarity and complex consequences of indulging in a few, or too many, drinks. The 75-minute show originally premiered in Nashville and has since spread to Minneapolis, Chicago, and Milwaukee. The bar opens at 4 p.m. daily, ensuring an ample head start for acquiring a laughter-boosting buzz. Avoid disrupting tense opera performances by popping champagne bottles or breaking out in uncontrollable fits of giggling with today’s deal to Bye Bye Liver.
- If you were looking for something philosophical, look elsewhere. If you're looking for funny, these guys have found it. – Tom Horgen, Star Tribune
- It turns out to be quite a decent show, besotted yet sharp (like the sweet spot of a bender before things get messy). – Quinton Skinner, City Pages
- ...Bye Bye Liver hits the sweet spot in terms of entertainment for novice (adult) theater attendees, making it a show you can bring even your most stubbornly theater-resistant friends to. – Becca Mitchell, TC Daily Planet
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 6 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Must be at least 21 years old. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Actors Theater of Minnesota
Although it’s known for comedies such as the two-man, 24-character A Tuna Christmas, Actors Theater of Minnesota also places a significant emphasis on education and corporate training. The ensemble trains students how to work theatrical media such as improv and writing into their everyday problem-solving skills.