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Don’t Miss It: Detroit ’67

If you don’t follow us on Twitter or Facebook, then shame on you. We have been talking about the show, Detroit ’67 almost everyday! We got the chance to see it twice, once at The Public Theater and also uptown at The National Black Theatre. We’re even going to make our way a third time for closing night up in Harlem. However, tickets are almost sold out so, if you want to catch this fantastic piece of black theatre, you need to get your tickets NOW! This is the final week and you don’t want to be the only person who didn’t get to see it.

Opening night was a ball full of energy. We got to speak with the playwright of Detroit ’67, Dominique Morriseau along with a playwright, Harrison David Rivers, of another jaw dropping show, Look Upon Our Lowliness. Check out the interview HERE to see the relation between the two shows and playwrights. Also, view the photos of the opening night party below, if you didnt already catch them on our Facebook and Twitter!

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Drew Shade is a theatre artist and enthusiast who fosters artistic diversity and excellence for the love of Black theatre artists. He is the Founder/Creative Director of Broadway Black, Off-Book Podcast & The Antonyo Awards. “Have a belief in yourself that is bigger than anyone’s disbelief.” – August Wilson


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