New England Premiere

Written by Dominique Morisseau
July 13 – July 23

In this “deeply moral and deeply American play” (The New York Times), Reggie has worked his way up to supervisor at a faltering auto factory. Now he has to decide whether he owes his loyalty to himself, to his bosses, or to long-time family friend Faye and the younger workers on the line, Dez and Shanita. In the spirit of August Wilson’s Pittsburgh Cycle, this third play from Morisseau’s Detroit Trilogy explores the hard choices facing Americans barely squeezing by. It was named by the New York Times as “one of six plays that reckon with an anxious America.”

Sponsored by Karen and Charles Schader.


Playwright: Dominique Morisseau

Director:Awoye Timpo

Set Designer: David Towlun

Costume Designer: Elizabeth Pangburn

Lighting Designer: Lara Dubin

Sound Designer: Tom Shread

Stage Manager: Laura Gomez*