The program is for the play by Dominique Morisseau. After inheriting their childhood home, Lank and Chelle decide to earn some extra income by using the basement as a night club, but conflict soon arises between the two siblings due to unforeseen events. Set against the tumultuous backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement of the 60s, Detroit ‘67 explores race relations and family. The play was adapted and directed by Gil Gonzalez and ran October 2022. The program was created by the Whittier College Theatre Department.
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Whittier College. (2022). Detroit '67 (October 2022). Retrieved from https://poetcommons.whittier.edu/theatreprod_programs/185