Mixed Company Theatre creates innovative, interactive drama as a tool for positive change. Nationally recognized for our work in schools, the community and the workplace, we use Forum Theatre and other collaborative methods to engage, educate and empower our audiences to create solutions to challenging issues in their daily lives.
National recognition and connections
Company awards and citations include the City of Toronto's Mayor's Community Safety Award, a Mayor's Award for the Arts, a Mayor's Commendation for Dedication to Social Justice, The Safe City Award, the Pauline Julienne Award, Dora Mavor Moore Award nominations and The Montreal Gazette's Best New Play Award.
Our professional affiliations include the Theatre for Young Audiences Association, the Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts, Canadian Actors' Equity Association, the Playwrights' Guild of Canada, and Theatre Ontario.
About MIXED COMPANY THEATRE
Now in our 29th year as a theatre and education mainstay, Mixed Company Theatre produces important, contemporary plays that featured social commentary in an engaging and entertaining way.
In 1991, Mixed Company was recognized by the Brazilian director, activist, and founder of the Theatre of the Oppressed, Augusto Boal, as the first official Centre for Forum Theatre, Mixed Company Theatre today partners with schools, corporations and community organizations across Canada and around the world.