Mixed Blood Theatre

Box Office

Phone: (612) 338-6131
Hours: Mon-Fri, 10am - 4pm




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Displaced Hindu Gods

A Trilogy of Plays by Aditi Brennan Kapil
October 5–27, 2013

Proudly Sponsored by maharajatext 

"You should see these plays. Great writing, great direction, great design, great acting... they all have a smart sense of humor driving them, which makes them entertaining as well as thought-provoking."

         - Matthew Everett, Twin Cities Daily Planet

En Español

A festival of three world premieres based on the trinity of Hindu deities- Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva- each displaced into the contemporary Western world. This theatrical marathon features a variety of styles: a stand-up comedy routine, a girl-gang thriller, and a post-colonial fantasy. While each play stands alone, they co-exist in a common universe where displacement, identity, immigration, and puberty are explored through the lenses of creation, survival, and destruction.

The three shows are cast with seven actors (some in multiple roles), designed by one team, and can be seen singly on week nights or as a marathon on Saturdays and Sundays in a never-before-seen configuration of the Alan Page Auditorium. Food and beverages (both alcoholic and non) will be available for purchase at the theatre throughout the entire run.

To view performance times and more information about the individual shows click on the show titles below.

Brahman/i: A One-Hijra Stand-Up Comedy Show
Directed by Jeremy Cohen

The Chronicles of Kalki
Directed by Bruce A. Young

Directed by Risa Brainin

Guarantee Admission online or by calling the
Box Office: 612.338.6131 

Special Events
Free Forums, audience led discussions, will happen following every weeknight performance (Wed-Fri). ASL Interpretation, Audio Description and Captioning are offered at least once for each play in the trilogy. Visit the Access page for a full schedule of access dates and services. 

  • Sat, Oct 5: Opening Night (no reception)
  • Sat, Oct 12: Latino Advisory Council VIP pre-show reception & Tweet Seats during the 11:30 PM Brahman/i performance
  • Wed, Oct 23: Post-Show Salon Panel Discussion - Women in Pulp: Women and Comic Book Culture
  • Thurs, Oct 24: Post-Show Salon Panel Discussion - New Nation, Same Success?: Finding Continued Success Post-Immigration 
  • Fri, Oct 25: Post-Show Salon Panel Discussion - Mythology's Role in Society 
  • Sun, Oct 27: Closing