Mixed Blood Theatre

Box Office

Phone: (612) 338-6131
Hours: Tues-Fri, 10am - 2pm
            & 2 hours prior to showtime

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Parking

Ample parking is available in the
ramp at 19th Ave & Riverside
just two blocks from Mixed Blood.
Parking is also available in the lot
on 4th Street (prepay kiosk) and at
metered spots on surrounding streets.
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for more details.

 

Guest Productions

 
 

Mu Performing Arts
Resident producing company at Mixed Blood Theatre
2014-15 Performances

  • Mu Daiko (Taiko Concert)—November 13-16, 2014
  • F.O.B. by David Henry Hwang, directed by Randy Reyes—January 29-February 16, 2015
  • Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare, directed by Randy Reyes—May 28-June 21, 2015

 

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Walking Shadow Theatre Company
(In association with Mixed Blood Theatre)

The Whale
November 26-December 21, 2014

Written by Samuel D. Hunter
Directed by Amy Rummenie

On the outskirts of Mormon Country, Idaho, a six hundred pound recluse hides away in his apartment, eating himself to death. Hoping to find an honest human connection, he reaches out to his long-estranged daughter, only to discover a viciously sharp-tongued teen. Big-hearted and fiercely funny, The Whale tells the story of a man's last chance at redemption, and of finding beauty in the most unexpected places. For tickets and more information, visit Walking Shadow's website

 

St. Paul Conservatory of Performing Arts
For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow is Enuf
January 24-25, 2015

 

New Arab American Theatre Works:
New Plays by Local Arab American Theatre Makers
A complement to Mixed Blood's 55454 Series

June 22-July 12, 2015

  • Safari by Kathryn Haddad. Two Arab immigrants on a road trip across the Midwest explore the meaning of friendship, as they struggle with changing cultural norms, on a search for the American dream.
  • A Clown in Exile by Mohammed Yahdri with Noah Bremer. Yahdri's naive tragic clown goes on a journey to overcome his sense of cultural inferiority. After searching the world for a place to call home, he discovers that his dreams sit on the wings of a paper plane.
  • In Algeria They Know My Name by Taous Claire Khazem (working title). This comedic one-woman show investigates cross-cultural marriage and living beyond your comfort zone (with the in-laws!).