By Dominique Morisseau
On stage 10.10–11.04
A blistering new comedy-drama from one of America's most acclaimed contemporary playwrights. In Detroit's last exporting auto plant, sparks fly on the production line – and in the breakroom. As rumors surface about the factory closing, new power dynamics emerge. When the line between blue collar and white collar blurs, how far over are they willing to step?
NEW YORK TIMES CRITICS' PICK
Patron show notice
Please be advised that this production contains:
Strobe-like lighting effects
On stage October 10 — November 4
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Thanks to support from the Walmart Foundation and others, patrons under the age of 30 pay just $10 while patrons with a SNAP benefits card pay just $5.
Watch & listen
“Skeleton Crew, a deeply moral and deeply American play” – New York Times (New York review)
“Black workers hurt by Detroit's ills” – New York Times (2008 article)
MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY
Show sponsors Sandy Edwards and Peter & Anne Leer.