by Dominique Morisseau
directed by TBD
January 24 - February 16, 2020
2016 Obie Award Winner
Run time: 120 minutes
One fifteen minute intermission
Content Advisory: Adult Language, Adult Situations, Violence
THURSDAY (eve); 7:30pm - $32
FRIDAY (eve); 8:00pm - $38
SATURDAY (eve); 8:00pm - $38
SUNDAY (mat.); 2:30pm - $35
*Senior Discount: $2 off any regularly priced ticket
*Student, AEA, & active Military discounts: $17 - Thursday performances ; $20 - Friday thru Sunday.
*There is a $3 processing fee per ticket for all credit card transactions, including online, by phone, and in person.
*Pay-What-You-Can tickets are available for any available seat beginning one hour prior to every performance.
*The first Sunday of every production is a 7:30pm Pay-What-You-Can performance
*Preview Performances are $17, but need-based Pay-What-You-Can tickets are also available for previews.
Part of Dominque Morisseau’s acclaimed cycle of plays set in Detroit, this play has it all: it’s entertaining, timely, and keeps you guessing until the very end.
SKELETON CREW was called “a deeply moral and deeply American play... squarely in the tradition of Arthur Miller..." by The New York Times. In a struggling Detroit automotive plant, a few remaining workers are trying to figure out how to move forward if the plant goes under. Shanita has to decide how she'll support herself and her unborn child, Faye has to find a place to live, and Dez has to make his ambitious dreams a reality. Power dynamics shift as their manager Reggie is torn between doing right by his work family and by his own.
“CRITIC’S PICK! “Clifford Odetts’ dramas come to mind and so does the great Pittsburgh cycle of August Wilson. But Skeleton Crew is squarely in the tradition of Arthur Miller...A deeply moral and deeply American play.
— The New York Times