Detroit 67


Detroit ’67 at The National Black Theater in Harlem

By Mac Malikowski | April 3, 2013

Detroit 67

Detroit ’67, the new play by award winning playwright Dominique Morriseau, runs until April 12th. You really should try and go. The show is as comical as it is dramatic and tickets are pretty inexpensive for such a professional community theater. The cast is incredibly funny and talented, effortlessly making optimum use of the shows single set (the way the story moves though, it feels more like there is half a dozen). Read More


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