Serving a community of color without identifying as a theatre of color has led this 65-year-old theatre to build bridges, while struggling with fundraising.
A Detroit native, she will join executive artistic director Leah Smith in running the 65-year-old theatre.
A conversation with the playwright of ‘Cry it Out,’ a comedy/drama about bonds and conflicts among neighbors with young children.
The company’s 62nd season will feature two world premieres and two Midwest premieres.
The theatre slates a new play by Emory Wilson alongside regional premieres by Richard Strand, Fengar Gael, and Dan McCormick.