The 1967 riots in Detroit were meant to be a catalyst for change. Sadly, the continuing devastation of black communities across the country has made it a dream deferred. In spite of the stark divisions we see playing out all over the United States, Detroit ‘67 offers a glimmer of hope for what could be if we are courageous, empathetic, and open to change.
By Dominique Morisseau
Produced at Carnegie Mellon University.
Director - Kym Moore
Assistant Director - Adira Rosen
Dramaturg - Sydney Mayer
Assistant Dramaturg - Emma Cordray
Stage Manager - Vanessa Ramon
Assistant Stage Manager - Stephanie Akpapuna
Scenic Designer - Yijun Yang
Lighting Designer - Jasmine Lesane
Sound Designer - Aaron Landgraf
Costume Designer - Michelle Li