Man of God, a funny feminist thriller play will open at Minneapolis’ Mixed Blood Theater in February.
The setting for the film, a mission trip to Bangkok by four members of a Christian girls’ youth group. They discover he has hidden a camera in their hotel bathroom. Their rage and rage and disillusionment fuel violent revenge fantasies, providing comedy and a timely social issue as a topic.
It is directed by Katie Bradley, a Twin Cities actor/director (and Korean adoptee). The playwright is Anna Ouyang Moench, an award-winning playwright and screenwriter. She is currently the 2019/2020 Page One Playwright in Residence at The Playwrights Realm and has received numerous fellowships and awards.
Special performances of this Theater Mu production include Thursday actor talk-backs (February 24 and March 3) and the community matinee (February 27) featuring Asian Women United of Minnesota and ManForward. The student and industry Wednesday matinees will include a post-show experience for youth, led by Women’s Initiative for Self-Empowerment and Transforming Generations.
The play runs from February 18 through March 6, and tickets are available on a sliding scale, with the suggested price of $35, or as little as $5 for those who need to pay less.
Mixed Blood Theatre is located at 1501 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55454.Ticketing and other information is at: https://www.theatermu.org/man-of-god