Company Member Profile – Bob Alberti

Bob Alberti is a founding member of the Fearless Comedy company.  He has been an invaluable contributor as a comedian, storyteller, and advocate for the company.  Let’s learn a little bit more about him! Why are you a member of Fearless? As well as being a performer, I’m an innovator and entrepreneur who has established a number of nonprofit organizations and for-profit businesses including the Bastard Nation adoptee rights group, GāmBit MultiSystems (home of ‘Scepter …

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A Fearless May

Greetings Fearless enthusiasts!  We have a big month featuring the re-launch of a monthly show, the anniversary of another and our second original full length production!  It’s a good month to be Fearless! Fully Believable Friday, May 1st, 10:00 PM The Phoenix Theater 2605 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis Fully Believable is an improv storytelling show where the truth is just a lie away.  We put four panelists on the spot, and have them tell amazing stories of strange …

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Company Member Profile – Molly Glover

Molly Glover is one of the founding members of Fearless Comedy Productions.  She is also a member of the committee that runs Fearless Lab, a member of the Apex Predators, and a regular contributor to Double-Blind Improv and Big Fun Radio Funtime.  On Tuesday the 14th, Molly will be directing and hosting our second anniversary show at Honey. We sat down with Molly (via e-mail) to learn a little bit more about her involvement with …

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Announcing the Cast of Jenny Bandage vs. The Unpronounceable A.K.R.O.N.Y.M!

After two days of auditions and some very tough decisions, we are pleased to announce the cast of Jenny Bandage vs. The Unpronounceable A.K.R.O.N.Y.M! We’ll have more information about our cast in coming weeks but for now, we’d like to offer  our congratulations to: Dawn Krosnowski as Jenny Bandage Haley Sisler as Jenny Plato John Kunik as Professor A.K.R.O.N.Y.M. Jon Gershberg as Travis Holcomb And Matt Allex & Lauren Haven as everyone else! We can’t …

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