“Detroit could be some kinda Mecca,” says a character in Dominique Morrisseau’s play. “Colored folks moving this city forward.” Unfortunately, this lyrical drama takes place on the eve of the ’67 riots and knows that promise will never be fulfilled. The script centers on a brother and sister unwillingly swept into the city’s tumult.
Feb. 26-March 17, 2013
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