Program for Play at Mixed Blood Theatre

Program for Play at Mixed Blood Theatre

Program for “Keely and Du” at Mixed Blood Theatre, 1995.

Ticket for “Black Belts, Too”

Ticket for “Black Belts, Too”

Ticket to a performance of “Black Belts, Too” at Mixed Blood Theatre, 1994.

Program for “Black Belts, Too”

Program for “Black Belts, Too”

Program for “Black Belts, Too” at Mixed Blood Theatre, 1994.

Handbill for “The True Story of Coca Cola in Mexico”

Handbill for “The True Story of Coca Cola in Mexico”

Advertisement for “The True Story of Coca Cola in Mexico,” by Patrick Scott and Aldo Velasco, at Mixed Blood Theatre, 1994.

Mixed Blood Theatre

Mixed Blood Theatre

The former firehouse in the Cedar Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis that has served as a headquarters for Mixed Blood Theatre since 1976. Photograph by Wikimedia Commons user theopie, May 1, 2009. CC BY-SA 2.0.

Mixed Blood Theatre

Mixed Blood Theatre, Minnesota’s first multi-racial theater company, was founded in 1976 to produce shows that pay positive attention to difference, break down racial barriers, and make theater accessible to anyone and everyone. Originally meant to be a summer project that would last for only one season, the company has presented over forty seasons as of spring 2019.

Taiwanese food booth at the 2018 Festival of Nations

Taiwanese food booth at the 2018 Festival of Nations

Taiwanese food booth at the 2018 Festival of Nations sponsored by the International Institute and held in the St. Paul RiverCentre and Roy Wilkins Auditorium, May 3‒6, 2018. Food booth facades were designed between 1980 and 1987 by local set designer Jack Barkla. Photograph by Michael Silvan.

International foods offered at the 2012 Festival of Nations

International foods offered at the 2012 Festival of Nations

International foods offered at the 2012 Festival of Nations, sponsored by the International Institute and held in the St. Paul RiverCentre and Roy Wilkins Auditorium, May 3‒6, 2012. Photograph by Michael Silvan.

Karen dancers at the 2010 Festival of Nations

Karen dancers at the 2010 Festival of Nations

Karen dancers at the 2010 Festival of Nations, sponsored by the International Institute and held in the St. Paul RiverCentre and Roy Wilkins Auditorium, April 29‒May 2, 2010. The Karen people are an ethnic minority from Burma (Myanmar) who first arrived as refugees to Minnesota in 1994.

Chinese calligraphy demonstration at the 2008 Festival of Nations

Chinese calligraphy demonstration at the 2008 Festival of Nations

Chinese calligraphy demonstration at the 2008 Festival of Nations, sponsored by the International Institute and held in the St. Paul RiverCentre and Roy Wilkins Auditorium, May 1‒4, 2008.

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