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News + Reviews
Read Artistic Director Jack Reuler’s take on local theater critics at HowlRound.
@CultureMPLS chose our new comedy BARBECUE as their fall theater pick! Read HERE.
Mixed Blood is featured in Minnesota Monthly. Read the story HERE.
BARBECUE Access Night
Saturday, October 1 at 5pm
ASL Interpreted & Audio Described performance. Tactile tour for visually impaired is at 4pm.
NOTE: There is an Open Streets Mpls event ending at 5pm, please allow extra time for parking or transit.
BARBECUE performance captioned in Spanish
Saturday, October 1 at 8pm
Hosted by Mixed Blood's Latino Advisory Council (LAC), this performance of BARBECUE is captioned in Spanish. The LAC will also host a post show reception and bilingual conversation. MORE
Now hiring Year-Round Part-Time Cedar Riverside Community Organizer!
The Cedar Riverside Community Organizer will plan and implement comprehensive communications strategies focused on building the theatre’s relationships with communities in Cedar Riverside, establish a Cedar Riverside Advisory Council, and propel positive community change. Please send resume and cover letter to Kasha Foster, Chief Engagement Officer at email@example.com.
Now Hiring Part Time Box Office Associates!
The Box Office Associate isthe first point of contact for both new and returning audience members, donors, and community partners. The position is responsible for all functions of the box office, data upkeep, front of house, and audience services efforts. This position is responsible for creating an outstanding patron experience that both welcomes newcomers and encourages existing patrons to return often. Please send resume and cover letter to Kasha Foster, Chief Engagement Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our 2016/17 Season is Announced!
BARBECUE, 2016, photo: Rich Ryan
Our 2016-2017 Season is announced.
Now is the time to purchase or renew your memberships!
From irreverent comedies to deeply moving dramas, Mixed Blood continues its tradition of putting the full spectrum of the ever-changing face of the US on stage, celebrating the breadth of our humanity. The 2016/2017 season represents disparate styles, stories, and artists that will surprise and challenge Mixed Blood audiences, triggering conversations about race, immigration, cultural appropriation, class, disability, and much more.
Find out more about our season packed with Daring New Works and World Premieres HERE.
Purchase or renew memberships HERE.