DETROIT ’67

BY DOMINIQUE MORISSEAU
DIRECTED BY RAY HATCH

February 11 – March 6

In 1967, where Motown is the soul of Detroit’s party scene, a brother and sister who have turned their basement into an after-hours joint find conflict as they both have different ideas about what to do with their inheritance. A mysterious woman finds her way into their lives and brings the family business to the brink. An unflinching look at race relations during the turbulent Civil Rights Movement

CAST AND ARTISTS

ARTISTS

Playwright Dominique Morriseau
Director Ray Hatch
Stage Manager Karli Cole
Assistant Stage Manager Olivia Pietanza
Scenic Design Eric Berninghausen
Costume Design Stephanie Parks
Lighting Design Doug Grove
Sound Designer Tom Majarov
Props Designer Lori Boyd

CAST

Chelle Rona Mensah
Caroline Charli Simone
Lank Trey Stokes
Bunny Anya Randall Nebel
Sylvester Mark Wallace

Maryland Ensemble Theatre