Tag: Lisa Rothe
While Tuesday night’s performance of the PlayMakers Repertory Company’s production of Dominique Morisseau’s Detroit ’67 was in progress, many in Charlotte, North Carolina were preparing for a large protest over the shooting death of Keith L. Scott by local police earlier that day. Regardless of the circumstances of this particular incident, entire communities continue to… Read More ›
1967 was the year that changed everything for the City of Detroit and the fictional African-American family depicted in Detroit ’67, University of Michigan educated dramatist and actress Dominique Morisseau’s prize-winning play about a watershed year in her hometown, which is the inaugural mainstage production in PlayMakers Repertory Company’s 2016-17 season. The University of North… Read More ›
Gordon Hirabayashi is not a name that most people have ever heard of, but, behind that name lies an incredible story. Hirabayashi was a Japanese American who, in the midst of World War II, was ordered to report to an interment camp. In the most American of ways possible, Hirabayashi refused, writing a letter of… Read More ›
PRC’s Regional Premiere of “Hold These Truths” on April 23-27 Chronicles a 44-Year Struggle for Justice
For the final presentation of its 2013-14 PRC2 second-stage series, PlayMakers Repertory Company will stage the regional premiere of Hold These Truths, a one-man show written by Jeanne Sakata and performed by Joel de la Fuente, under the direction of Lisa Rothe, on April 23-27 in the Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre in the University of… Read More ›
PlayMakers Repertory Company will present the world premiere of “Penelope,” a new one-woman show written and performed by Ellen McLaughlin and directed by Lisa Rothe, with music composed by Sarah Kirkland Snider for an onstage string quartet(!), on April 25-29 in the Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre at UNC-Chapel Hill.