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Announcing The 1st Minneapolis One-Minute Play Festival In Partnership With Mixed Blood Theatre

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The One-Minute Play Festival and Mixed Blood Theatre Present:

THE 1st MINNEAPOLIS ONE-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL

THREE PERFORMANCES ONLY: Sun Mar 3rd, Mon Mar 4th, Tues, Mar 5th  All at 8PM

At Mixed Blood Theatre

1501 S4th St

Minneapolis, MN

Tickets are $20 and available at

Mixedblood.com

Radical Hospitality no-cost admission is available on

Tuesday, March 5th

Featuring 70+ Brand New One-Minute Plays by:

Trista Baldwin, Alan Berks, David Grant, Anton Jones, Christina Ham, John Heimbuch, Dominic Taylor, Qui Nguyen, Ricardo Vazquez, Janaki Ranpura, Cory Hinkle, Deborah Stein, Dominic Orlando, Anna Moench, Joe Waechter, Martin Zimmerman, Taous Claire Khazem, Mire Regulus, Jeannine Coulombe, Carson Kreitzer, Gregory Moss, Aditi Kapil, Gemma Irish, Jessica Huang, May Lee-Yang Layla Dowlatshahi, Kim Hines, Rachel Jendrzejewski, Rhiana Yazzie, Eric “Pogi” Sumangil, Laurie Carlos, Michael Kinghorn, Keli Garrett, Aamera Sidiqqui, Theo Goodell, Lisa Brimmer, Shira Naharit, Stanton Wood, Khary Jackson, Eliza Rasheed, Sarah Myers, Katie Kaufmann, Sha Cage, Ki Seung Rhee, Syl Jones & more.

Directed by:

Jamil Jude, Jessica Finney, Brian Balcom, Maren Ward, Laura Leffler-McCabe, Scotty Gunderson, Cassandra Snow & Harry Waters, Jr, & Theo Goodell. 

Curated by:

Dominic D’Andrea

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The One-­Minute Play Festival (OMPF) is an NYC- based theatre company, founded by producing artistic director Dominic D’Andrea. OMPF works in partnership with theatres sharing playwright or community-specific missions across the country. In each city, OMPF creates locally sourced playwright-focused community events, with the goal of promoting the spirit of radical inclusion by representing local cultures of playwrights of different age, gender, race, cultures, and points of career.

The work attempts to reflect the theatrical landscape of local artistic communities by creating a dialogue between the collective conscious and the individual voice.

OMPF works with partnering organizations to identify programs or initiatives in each community to support with the proceeds from the work. The goal is to find ways give directly back to the artists in each community. Supported programs have ranged from educational programming, youth poetry projects, teaching artists working in prisons, playwright residencies and memberships, and community arts workshops.

 

About Mixed Blood Theatre

Now entering its 36th season, Mixed Blood Theatre invites the global village into its audience and onto its stage for provocative, inclusive, and predictably unpredictable theater. With programming in its historic firehouse in Minneapolis, regional tours, and customized productions addressing workplace inclusion, Mixed Blood uses relevant and entertaining theater to spawn a ripple effect of social change. In 2010, Mixed Blood Theatre Artistic Director Jack Reuler received the Theatre Communications Group’s prestigious Peter Zeisler Memorial Award for exemplifying pioneering practices in theater, freedom of expression, dedication and risk-taking for the advancement of theater arts. This year, with support from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund, Mixed Blood launches Radical Hospitality, providing no-cost access to its mainstage productions for all audience members.

For more information visit: mixedblood.com.

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