Join us on February 18 at 7pm CT for a discussion on state of the American theater, race and the American theater, the future of the American theater, and the damages of systemic racism and white supremacy with Jack Reuler and Nataki Garrett.
Nataki Garrett has directed some of Mixed Blood’s most daring productions, including the world premiere of Katori Hall’s PUSSY VALLEY, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ NEIGHBORS and AN OCTOROON, and Aleshea Harris’ IS GOD IS. Nataki has been Associate Artistic Director of the Denver Theatre Center and the head of undergraduate acting at California Institute of the Arts. She has directed at legendary American theaters such as Steppenwolf, The Goodman Theatre, Woolly Mammoth, Arena Stage, and many more. She has won numerous awards for artistic accomplishments and is a field leader whose opinion is widely sought. The definitive activist artist, Nataki sits on Mixed Blood’s Advisory Board and serves as a mentor to Artistic Director Jack Reuler.