Chain Reaction Theatre Project Presents:


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Due to the Covid-19 virus, we have postponed our production until 2021. Please check back for updated performance dates and times.

White Privilege is a powerful play, performed in a series of vignettes, by both white and black actors. It explores a wide range of different issues, such as micro-aggressions, cultural appropriation, the education system, police brutality and history. The show, which is performed in two acts with one intermission, engages and informs the audience with genuine passion and compassion. It helps the audience to understand that white privilege exists: this is not a commentary that is ‘anti-white,’ but rather a commentary on how people perceive each other.


Edina Community Lutheran Church, 4113 W 54th St, Edina

White Bear Unitarian Universalist Church, 328 Maple St, Mahtomedi

Gethsemane Lutheran Church , 715 Minnetonka Mills Rd, Hopkins

Community of the Cross Lutheran Church, 10701 Bloomington Ferry Rd, Bloomington

St. David’s Episcopal Church, 13000 St. David’s Rd, Minnetonka

Immanuel Lutheran Church, 16515 Luther Way, Eden Prairie

Chaska Community Center, 1661 Park Ridge Dr, Chaska (Sponsored by Roar-Residents Organizing Against Racism)

Transfiguration Lutheran Church, 11000 France Ave S, Bloomington

Faith Lutheran Church , 886 North Shore Dr, Forest Lake

TICKETS: Ticket sales have been suspended until such time that it becomes safe to reschedule the performances. At that time, $20 tickets will be available for purchase online at, and Pay-What-You-Can tickets will be available at the door by cash, check or credit card. All seating will be general admission. Pre-purchase will be strongly recommended.

Age recommendation: Recommended for ages 13+ due to strong subject matter and some profanity.

Accessibility: All venues are ADA compliant. ASL interpretation and audio description will be provided upon request with a minimum of two weeks notice. Please contact us with any questions, special accommodations or assistance needed by calling 612-405-2598 or emailing