imagine a u.s. without racism
Written and directed by Seema Sueko
April 8- May 1, 2022
In imagine a u.s. without racism, seven individuals find themselves in a strange, remedial class with an inexorable teacher intent on provoking their imaginations. Comic and somber, foolish and hopeful, the class clashes their way into something unexpected. Drawn from interviews with real-life people across the United States, this play-with-an-ulterior-motive transforms the impossible into the plausible.
This is the final show produced by Jack Reuler in his capacity as Artistic Director of Mixed Blood, the theater he founded in 1976.
COVID 19 GUIDELINES
– All patrons, including children, attending Mixed Blood performances must either show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 (at least 14 days have passed since the final dose) or proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken in the prior 72-hours. On-site testing will be available on a first-come-first-served basis before every performance.
– All patrons, regardless of vaccination status, must always wear masks over their nose and mouth while inside the venue.
– Additionally, we have entirely touchless ticketing. You will receive confirmation of your reservation, but a physical or electronic ticket will not be issued. Your reservation will be accessed at check-in by providing your name and confirming the phone number you provided during the reservation process.
– If you are feeling sick or showing any symptoms, we ask you please to stay home.
This world premiere unfolds at the Firehouse, Mixed Blood’s home, located at 1501 South 4th Street in Minneapolis.
About Mixed Blood
Using theatre to disrupt injustices, advance equity, and build community, Mixed Blood inspires the global village to create ripple effects of social change.
1501 South 4th Street
Minneapolis | MN | 55454