Revolutionizing access is Mixed Blood's imperative, and Radical Hospitality — admission to all of our mainstage shows in the Alan Page Auditorium at no cost — is our newest method. If value is on a continuum of quality and cost, then Mixed Blood offers optimal value.
Our vision to model and unite the global village on our stage and in our seats is being realized. We believe that revolutionizing access via Radical Hospitality benefits live events of all types as well as individuals from all walks of life, converting non-users to users of theatre, the arts, and more.
Beyond the mainstage, our expanded regional touring program reaches 50,000 students and community residents in 68 Minnesota counties and six Midwestern states. On the Job continues to focus on eliminating cultural disparities in the workplace, reaching thousands of people throughout Minnesota. As with Radical Hospitality, our touring and On the Job programs are all about expanding access.
Please support Mixed Blood's efforts to revolutionize access, whether in the Alan Page Auditorium or on tour or in workplaces. We invite you to support the welcoming and inviting Mixed Blood at any level.
News + Reviews
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.
Twin Cities Arts Orgs Experiment With New Business Models
Mixed Blood's Radical Hospitality and our neighbors at The Southern are featured in this MPR article about new Twin Cities arts models.