Tane Danger is an emcee, comedian, teacher, and speaker. He is best known as the host of the nationally renowned, civics-inspired improvisation comedy show, “The Theater of Public Policy.” At each show, he interviews newsmakers, policymakers, and big thinkers on issues ranging from race in education to the farm bill.
In addition to performing and directing, he regularly gives keynote talks and leads workshops. He uses improv as a way to get leaders to think about and practice communication, collaboration, and creativity. He is also a regular on Twin Cities public television’s weekly public affairs program, Almanac.
In 2014, Danger won a fellowship from the St. Paul-based Bush Foundation, which helped him earn a master of public policy degree from the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs.