As a Producer
We are very proud of the productions we have presented or participated in. We strive for solid, entertaining shows that people can enjoy. From Broadway to Independent shows, we cover them all. We like to bring our productions to people of all ages, incomes, and backgrounds.
Our current projects are at different development levels, and if you would like to get involved, we are happy to show you how.
We have two types of campaigns – one for investors and one for donors.
If you love the theatre like we do, you can make it a lucrative venture while having a good time being part of a show that resonates or brings joy to its audiences. Nowhere in entertainment can performers have an interconnection with their viewers than standing on stage live.
Our participation in “Parade,” the musical, was rewarding as an investor and got us a Tony Award for the best revival musical of the year. We want that to happen for you too.
And it doesn’t stop there. The potential of touring and licensing allows you to increase your profit. The earlier you participate in one of our projects, the more you can earn.
We have three projects we are now offering for you to consider: “Well Preserved,” “The Big Eyed Gorilla,” and “Trial.” To learn more about each one, go to our Portfolio page.
We also have opportunities if you care to coproduce with us. We would be glad to answer any questions you have and provide you with the right information for you to make a sound and thoughtful decision.
Unlike investments, you can participate in early projects that show real potential. Your donation will help raise the capital for production. As a donor, you would get a tax write-off* and public acknowledgment and have the first advantage to invest or partner with us as a co-producer.
Many shows start off this way, leading them to Broadway and beyond. We have two plays in the works: “Boundaries” and “Tell Me A Story, Papi.”
You can learn more about them by going to our Portfolio page.
Please get in touch with us if you would like to consider or participate in one or two of these roles.
* Mixing It Up Productions is sponsored by two non-profit fiscal organizations: Ripple Effect Artist, Inc. and Producer Hub.