Displaced Hindu gods take center stage

Playwright Aditi Brennan Kapil is ready for a triple premiere at Mixed Blood

The pieces will be presented in rep at Mixed Blood, and it is possible to catch all three in a single day. There isn't a proscribed order in which to see them, and even those who take in the experience all at once can change it up, as Brahman/i is presented at the beginning and the end of the day.

The linking of the works goes beyond the scripts. The staging, while radically different among the three plays, will be connected. The actors often show up in multiple shows, providing deeper interplay among the pieces.

Good things come in threes
Rich Ryan
Good things come in threes


Displaced Hindu Gods runs October 5-27 at Mixed Blood Theater, 1501 S. Fourth St., Minneapolis. All three shows will be presented on Saturdays and Sundays. The Chronicles of Kalki also runs on Wednesdays, Shiv on Thursdays, and Brahman/i on Fridays and late-night Saturdays. Admission is free on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets can be reserved for $20 by calling 612-338-6131 or visiting www.mixedblood.com

As one fantasy staging for Kapil is about to go up, she can't help but dream of more. "I'm hoping to see them all across the same city at different theaters in the same season. I am having preliminary conversations that will lead to that," she says.

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