This is a story of four people who work day-after-day in a Detroit automobile stamping factory, each connected to the others by years of working together and sharing their everyday joys, pains, hopes and despair; and also their worries for the future if the factory closes and they find themselves without means of support. Their intersecting, and at times heartbreaking, life stories are beautifully rendered, all finely nuanced and complex, and full of tenderness.
Winner of the Edgerton Foundation New Play Award (2015) and the Obie Award for Best Play (2016)
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“Angela Cooper is compelling as Faye, the longest working employee in the plant.”
Ellen Wilson Dilks, Delco Culture Vultures
“Patricia Masarachia’s bunker-like set is expressive, and director Connie Norwood’s dynamic cast gives this play a pulse.” Hugh Hunter,Chestnut Hill Local
by Dominique Morisseau
directed by Connie Norwood
Feb 4, 5 @ 8pm, Feb 6 @ 2pm
12 @ 8pm, Feb 13 @ 2pm
Feb 17,18,19 @ 8pm, Feb 20 @ 2pm
Kyle Paul Dandridge
8130 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia PA 19118
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