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How to Use a Knife

Date/Time

Sep 30, 2017
07:30 PM until 09:30 PM

Description

Mixed Blood Theatre opens its 2017/18 Season with Will Snider’s sharp-edged comedy, How to Use a Knife – a suspense-filled, expletive laced comedy sizzling with sparkling banter and second chances!

In the cultural collision of a restaurant kitchen, Chef George, trying to stay sober, spends his shifts yelling at trash-talking Guatemalan line cooks, a wet-behind-the-ears American busboy, and a quiet East African dishwasher. But the heat turns up when an immigration agent arrives. How to Use a Knife bursts with hilarity, suspense, machismo, and surprises, as secrets from the past come to a boil.

This performance is ASL interpreted with audio description and a tactile tour.

 

Cost

Free on a first come, first served basis, $25 to reserve a ticket in advance.

Location

View map Mixed Blood Theatre
1501 S 4th St
Minneapolis, MN

Additional Information

Sponsor

Mixed Blood Theatre

Phone

(612) 338-6131

Contact email

boxoffice@mixedblood.com

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