Mixed Blood Theatre



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Mixed Blood’s staff invites you to our annual Dr. KingPin Fundraiser! 

Sunday, January 15
2:00 to 4:30 pm
Park Tavern Bowling & Entertainment in St. Louis Park

Founded in 1976, Mixed Blood is dedicated to the spirit of Dr. King’s Dream. Every year, Mixed Blood’s staff, board, and friends celebrate the King holiday by coming together for bowling and community. 

In addition to bowling, this year we are holding a small Silent Auction. Offerings range from a night of luxury for two at Hotel Ivy to delicious artisanal sausages from the State Fair’s famous Sausage SistersScope out what you’d like to BID on before you arrive!

The proceeds for this event will go towards Mixed Blood’s mission-driven theatre work promoting inclusion, access, and human connection. 

  • Purchase a lane for $150 for your friends and family (we recommend 4-6 people per lane)

  • Sponsor a lane for $125 for others to enjoy (we will recognize your business with signage at the event and you will receive acknowledgement in our e-newsletter and on our website)

  • Purchase a single ticket to play for $40 and join a group of like-minded people who value lively conversation and good (adequate) bowling.

Reserve today by contacting Lia Rivamonte at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or via phone at 612.338.0984. The competition is on for King of Mixed Blood’s KingPin! 


"Mixed Blood is the perfect marriage of my love for theater and my commitment to confronting the negative isms. I always learn something when they turn the lens and help me to see deeper into important issues. What a delightful way to grow and be a part of the global community at the same time."

-Susan Mackay, Former Board Chair, Current Mixed Blood Member-

Mixed Blood Theatre, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has invited the global village into its audience and onto its stage for its unique brand of challenging, inclusive, and predictably unpredictable theatre since 1976. Begun by Artistic Director Jack Reuler as a branch of the Center for Community Action, a social service agency focused on the employment of low-income teens, Mixed Blood has made its home int he Cedar Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis since its 1976 inception. With programming in its historic firehouse in Minneapolis, in satellite venues throughout the Upper Midwest, and in the national workplace, Mixed Blood leads audiences to a much larger world, using relevant and entertaining theatre to spawn a ripple effect of social change. Winner of numerous awards for its human rights and artistic accomplishments, Mixed Blood pays positive attention to differences and champions access.

Mixed Blood Theatre is profoundly grateful for your financial support.
Donate today to ensure there is always a place for Radical Hospitality, breathtaking and vibrant storytelling, and community-centralized engagement.