"Flawlessly written" - WHYY
"Engrossing and explosive" - The Philadelphia Inquirer
A group of autoworkers confronts the eroding manufacturing industry in this powerful story of love and loyalty. The firm, compassionate Faye, only months away from retiring with her full pension, discovers she must choose between self-preservation and allegiance to her coworkers. Funny, incisive, and “deeply American” (The New York Times), “theatergoers won’t want to miss” this wildly successful Off-Broadway hit (Huffington Post). Written by People’s Light New Play Frontiers writer, Dominique Morisseau.
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Lively pre-performance discussion about the play with Resident Dramaturg Gina Pisasale and actor Brian Marable. Add Scoop to your shopping cart with ticket purchase for only $5.
6pm in the Steinbright lobby on July 11.
Facilitated post-performance conversations with the cast after Thursday evening performances, excluding previews.
June 21, June 28, July 5, July 12
Enjoy a prix fixe dinner-and-a-show package at our award-winning restaurant, The Farmhouse Bistro. Theatre ticket and dinner packages start at $81. That's a savings of up to 15% off the single ticket price! You can also add on a prix fixe dinner to any existing ticket order for $40.
An LED screen near the stage displays dialogue in real-time, simultaneous with live speech and action. No other aspect of the performance is altered.
June 27th at 2pm & 7:30pm, July 1st at 2pm
"A finely tuned production."
"Flawlessly written... Morisseau has an undeniable talent for showing a character's soul through dialogue."
"Each actor is remarkable for the attention they pay to their character’s specific quirks and values."
"Morisseau blends work and life to a crescendo perfectly orchestrated by director Steve H. Broadnax III."
"Well-crafted and incisive."
—Broad Street Review
"Engrossing and explosive."
"Directed with keen attention to the poetry of [Morisseau's] language."
—The Philadelphia Inquirer
"The ending surprised me with its uplift, and glimmer of hope in the midst of painful change."
"Intriguing and timely."
—Delco Culture Vultures
"Morisseau's personal familiarity with Detroit infuses her characters with a raw reality and immediacy."
"Each have a lived-in familiarity with their roles."
"Nelson manages to combine reckless rebelliousness with quiet competency in a wholly honest way."