FIM Flint Repertory Theatre is a professional, not-for-profit theater in the heart of Flint, Michigan. Flint Rep is committed to providing the city of Flint and surrounding communities with highly imaginative, thought-provoking theatre that is challenging, entertaining and inspiring for everyone. Established in 2018, Flint Rep is committed to producing world premiere plays and musicals and innovative new takes on the classics. Flint Rep productions have received national critical acclaim and numerous awards, including the 2018 National Theatre Grant from The American Theatre Wing for innovative theatre companies making enormous local impact.
To provide the city of Flint and surrounding communities with highly imaginative, thought-provoking theatre that is challenging, entertaining and inspiring for everyone.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Flint Repertory Theatre is committed to creating and fostering an inclusive, equitable and anti-racist workplace. A theatre where all artists, audiences, staff and volunteers feel valued and respected.
Flint Rep is a theatre for everybody. We are committed to cultivating an environment that celebrates diversity. One where everyone feels welcome, whatever race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation or identity, religion, age, education or disability.
As storytellers, we believe in the power of theatre to create great change. We are committed to amplify historically underrepresented voices in the theatre including, but not limited to, people who identify as Black or African American, Indigenous, Latinx or Hispanic, Asian or Pacific Islander and all people of color, women, LGBTQ+, immigrants and people with disabilities.
We respectfully acknowledge that our performances take place on the ancestral, traditional, and contemporary homeland of many Indigenous nations, most recently the Anishinabek (including Potawatomi, Chippewa/Ojibwe, and Odawa) tribal nations.
We acknowledge the painful history of genocide, forced relocation, and removal of many from this territory, and we honor and respect the many Indigenous people, including those of the Three Fires Alliance, who are still connected to this land.