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Vision & Mission

Mixed Company Theatre produces innovative, socially relevant drama as a tool for positive change.  Founded as an artist-run collective in 1983, this nationally recognized not-for-profit today uses Forum Theatre and interactive arts to educate, engage and empower audiences in schools, communities and workplace.

Over the years, our anti-bullying program has empowered 300,000+ students across Ontario and is recognized as one of the most well-known and effective programs in the province. Among other successes, we have provided interactive job skills workshops to 600+ youth through our Skills to Succeed program.

Through the support of our sponsors, Mixed Company Theatre has brought innovative and engaging educational programming to students and other community members in Toronto and across Ontario. As the needs of the community grow and change, we continue to alter and expand our offerings to address new challenging social issues by bringing value to the community.

Our History

Mixed Company Theatre began as an artist-run collective in 1983, producing important, contemporary plays that featured social commentary in an engaging and entertaining way.

Our reach has expanded considerably since then, as have our audiences. But our commitment to using theatre as a tool for positive change has remained the same. A globally recognized Centre of Forum Theatre since 1992, Mixed Company Theatre today partners with schools, corporations and community organizations across Canada and around the world.

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