The 2010s

The 2010s saw Mixed Blood make drastic moves forward in realizing its mission; the highlight of this being the birth of our radical hospitality program.

* denotes world premiere

** denotes regional premiere

^ denotes touring production


The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity* by Kris Diaz

Somebody Nobody by Jane Martin

A Cool Drink A Water by Thomas W. Jones II

The House of the Spirits by Caridad Svich

Jack Reuler is presented with TCG’s Peter Zeisler Award “for exemplifying pioneering practices in theatre, dedication to the freedom of expression, and for being unafraid to take risks in the advancement of the art form.”

Polygot plays: House of the Spirits (Spanish, English)


Agnes Under The Big Top* by Aditi Kapil

Avenue Q by Robert Lopez

Neighbors by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

Gruesome Playground Injuries by Rajiv Joseph

My Secret Language of Wishes by Cori Thomas

On The Spectrum* by Ken LaZebnik

Mixed Blood is named the Best Theatre for Comedy by City Pages.

Polygot play: Gruesome Playground Injuries (ASL, spoken English)


Crashing The Party* by Josh Tobiessen

Learn To Be Latina by Enrique Urueta

Next To Normal by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey

Mixed Blood is named Best Theatre by City Pages.


In The Time of the Butterflies by Caridad Svich

Displaced Hindu Gods Trilogy: Brahmani, Shiv, Kalki* by Aditi Kapil

The Veteran Play Project* by Leah Cooper

Elemeno Pea by Molly Smith Metzler

Polygot play: In the Time of the Butterflies (Spanish, English)


The Sun Serpent by Joe Cruz Gonzalez

Passing Strange by Stew

Colossal* by Andrew Hinderaker

Stars and Stripes*^ by Syl Jones

Cloudlands by Octavio Solis

In a World Created by a Drunken God by Drew Hayden Taylor

Sheddin’ by Thomas W. Jones II

Mixed Blood is named the Best Theatre for Something to Do For Free by City Pages.


Pussy Valley* by Katori Hall

Hir by Taylor Mac

An Octoroon by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World by Yussef El Guindi

Stepping Out of the River at Dawn* by Dean Poyner

Mixed Blood is named Best Theatre for Diversity by the Star Tribune.


Charm by Philip Dawkins

Barbecue by Robert O’Hara

DJ Latinidad’s Latino Dance Party* by Octavio Solis, Maria Isa, Kris Diaz, Virginia Griese, Junot Diaz, Melinda Lopez, Joe Minjares, Sean San Jose, Tanya Saracho, Michael Garces

Orange* by Aditi Kapil


Corazon Eterno* by Caridad Svich

Vietgone by Qui Nguyen

Safe At Home* by Gabe Green and Alex Levy

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon

How To Use A Knife* by Will Snider

Safe at Home receives the Ivey Award for Outstanding Production.

Polygot play: Corazon Eterno (Spanish, English).


Mermaid Hour: ReMixed* by Eric Mayson and David Valdes Greenwood

Two Mile Hollow by Leah Nanako Winkler

Is God Is by Aleshea Harris

Gloria by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

Hooded by Tearrance Chisholm

Hype Man by Idris Goodwin

Mixed Blood is named Best Theatre by City Pages.


Roe by Lisa Loomer

Autonomy* by Ken LaZebnik

The Song of Summer by Lauren Yee