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presented by TCA and Black Theatre Troupe


Written by
Dominique Morisseau 
2018 MacArthur Foundation Fellow

Directed by
Ralph Remington
TCA Producing Artistic Director

Winner of the Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History, 
this powerful play unfolds during an explosive moment in Detroit when the soulful sounds of Motown are breaking records and breaking down barriers. Siblings Chelle and her brother Lank are making ends meet by turning their basement into an after-hours joint. When a mysterious woman finds her way into their lives, tensions escalate both in their home and in their community—and they find themselves caught in the middle of the ’67 race riots. Set to the soundtrack of 1967, this journey to an important moment in history debuts in Arizona.

“... Fire up some Motown, get those hips moving and everything will work out fine.” 
- The New York Times

“If Detroit '67's sequels prove as good as it does, the search for the next Wilson or Hansberry could nearly be over.” 
- Talkin’ Broadway

*NOTE:  The play contains strong language. Parental discretion advised.



Lillie Richardson 
as Chelle



Detroit67_Calvin-WorthenCalvin Worthen 
as Lank





Detroit67_A-WhiteAshley White
as Bunny





Detroit67_Alison-CampbellAlison Campbell
as Caroline





Detroit67_Cornelius-WilliamsCornelius Williams 
as Sly





Dominique_Morisseau_HeadshotDominique Morisseau
2018 MacArthur Foundation Fellow

Dominique Morisseau is an American playwright and actor from Detroit, MI whose works portray the lives of individuals and communities grappling with economic and social changes, both current and historical.

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Ralph Remington 1_Photo Credit Aminda VillaRalph Remington
TCA Producing Artistic Director



David J Hemphill_Black Theatre Troupe_Executive Director_HeadshotDavid J Hemphill
Executive Director
Black Theatre Troupe