Detroit ’67 is about heat. Tempers flare between siblings Chelle and Lank who operate a juke joint in the basement of their childhood home. And still there is even more heat outside their home. Racial and political injustice encircle this family drama. Playwright Dominique Morisseau portrays all of 1967, not only the entirety of the […]
This weekend Lott Entertainment Presents is doing their part to make sure when someone mentions Mozart, you say, “Which one?” by staging Sylvia Milo’s The Other Mozart, a 75 minute, one-woman show about the life of Maria Anna (Nannerl) Mozart, accomplished musician and big sister to Wolfgang Amadeus.
The Landing Theatre Company opens its season with How I Learned To Drive, the Paula Vogel-penned Pulitzer prize-winning play that chronicles the relationship between persevering protagonist, Lil’ Bit, and her sexually predatory, alcoholic uncle.
Tucson, Newton, Charleston. That these cities leave a bad taste in your mouth for any other reason than their disgusting namesake food stuffs is a testament to the hard work, discipline, and sacrifice required to attain the American Dream.
This March, in a two-night-only exclusive, TUTS Underground staged the first ever readings of Sweet Potato Queens, a new musical from a book by Tony-winning Rupert Holmes, with music by Grammy-winning Melissa Manchester and lyrics by Oscar-nominee Sharon Vaughn.