Mixed Blood Theatre

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Stop at Mixed Blood during the West Bank Ride this Saturday!
Join the UofM CHANCE program for some bike decorating, or view the local mural on our building created by young artists from the Brian Coyle Center. Registration for the West Bank Ride on Oct 4 is open to all. 

Jack Reuler Featured in Star Tribune
Twin Cities theater mainstay Jack Reuler defies “types” and practices diversity of spirit and mind. Read the Star Tribune feature about Jack's innovative work and career. 

Colossal
is a Top Pick for Fall Arts
Mixed Blood's Season opening production Colossal, is featured as a top pick for Twin Cities Fall Arts Previews in City Pages, Minnesota Montly, and MNTheaterLove

Our Mission

Mixed Blood Theatre, a professional, multi-racial company, promotes cultural pluralism and individual equality through artistic excellence, using theater to address artificial barriers that keep people from succeeding in American society.


Our Vision

To be the definitive destination where theater artists and audiences representing the global village can create and share work that spawns a ripple effect of social change and revolutionizes access to theater.


Our Core Values

Pluralism
Mixed Blood’s programming, audience, artists, board and staff model a plurality of coexisting peoples that makes the broadest range of human differences acceptable to the largest number of people.

Excellence
The company’s evolution is toward better programs and operations that ensure artistic excellence, operational efficiency and financial solvency.

Egalitarian
Mixed Blood offers an environment of transparency and consideration that is in keeping with the company’s mission of individual equality.

Predictably Unpredictable
Mixed Blood advances its artistry and mission through the selection and production of bold, new, and risk-taking programming.

Broad Focus
Mixed Blood connects its decisionmaking to a broader perspective by asking and answering “how does each significant decision advance Mixed Blood, its communities, and the regional theatre movement?”