MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Comedian and Minnesota-native Lizz Winstead will once again be bringing her year-in-review show to Minneapolis.
It will be The Daily Show co-creator’s sixth such show in the Twin Cities, and this year it’s a two-night event.READ MORE: Jackie Young Scores 25 For Aces In 93-87 Win Over Lynx
The show’s title? “Plan B from Outer Space.”
The shows will both be held at the Cedar Cultural Center. One will be on Saturday, Dec. 27, and the other will be on New Year’s Eve. Doors are at 7 p.m., and tickets range from $40-$65.READ MORE: Survey: Average American Eats 4 Salads A Week
Winstead’s show takes aim at national political topics, and this year her critical eye is looking at Hobby Lobby, the NFL, ISIS, the Secret Service, and Congress.
She also has a lot to say about Minnesota. Expect to hear her takes on Sen. Al Franken, the Vikings and Rep. Michele Bachmann.
Winstead, 53, was born and raised in the Twin Cities. Her comedic debut was at the Brave New Workshop in Minneapolis.MORE NEWS: Valleyfair Opens For The Season: Previewing The Food And Renovations
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