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Noises Off by Michael Frayn | Directed by Andrew Borba

June 30 - July 16 

Michael Frayn’s Noises Off is a roller-coaster, side-splittingly funny look at theater — both onstage and off — as a hapless troupe of actors attempt to mount a dreadful, ill-fated farce of a play. From the disastrous dress rehearsal as the cast fumbles entrances, exits and bothersome props, to the final performance of missed cues and forgotten lines, Noises Off will have you roaring with laughter as the cast’s collective sanity slowly unravels. New York Times critic Frank Rich called it “the funniest play written in my lifetime.”

We recommend this production for the whole family, ages 10 and up.

Join us on the Bratton porch for an informal talkback with Artistic Director Andrew Borba and members of the cast after the following shows: 

  • Friday, July 7th after the 4pm show
  • Friday, July 14th after 4pm show

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Detroit ‘67 by Dominique Morisseau | Directed by Steve H. Broadnax III

July 21 - July 30 

On the 50th anniversary of the Detroit riots, CTC is honored to present Detroit ’67, set on the eve of the rebellion that ravaged the city. Written by Dominique Morisseau, a 2016 Obie Award Winner and the 2014 recipient of the Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History, this moving, sharp-eyed drama filled with the iconic music of the time, explores the resilience of one family’s — and one American city’s ­— survival.

We recommend this production for anyone ages 14 and up. Please note: this production contains strong language.  

There will be a talkback with the audience lead by CTC staff and leaders of the community after the following performances:

  • Sunday, July 23rd after the 2:15pm and 8pm shows
  • Tuesday, July 25th after the 7pm show
  • Wednesday, July 26th after the 2:15pm and 8pm shows
  • Thursday, July 27th after the 8pm show
  • Saturday, July 29th after the 2:15pm show
  • Sunday, July 30th after the 2:15pm and 8pm shows 


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Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare | Directed by Dawn Monique Williams

August 11 - August 18

In this, Shakespeare’s most famous love story, perhaps the most famous ever written, Love is romantic, overpowering, passionate, violent, and ultimately redemptive. The hot summer days of Verona create a pressure cooker in this timeless tale of young lovers caught between feuding families and swept away by the powerful nature of love.

We recommend this production for the whole family.

Join us on the Bratton porch for an informal talkback with Artistic Director Andrew Borba and members of the cast after the following shows: 

  • Sunday, August 13th after the 2:15pm show
  • Wednesday, August 16th after 2:15pm show

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The New Play Workshop Pre-Season: Dan Cody's Yacht

June 9 & 10

by Anthony Giardina 

directed by Doug Hughes


The New Play Workshop

NPW #1: Birthday Candles | August 1, 3, 4

by Noah Haidle

directed by Vivienne Benesch 

Birthday Candles follows Ernestine Ashworth on a magical 100-year journey from her 17th birthday through her 117th. This quirky and clever play invites us into questions of identity, family and legacy. Birthday Candles was commissioned by Detroit Public Theatre and will premiere there this fall. 

NPW #2: Building the Wall | August 2, 4, 5

by Robert Schenkkan

directed by Katherine McGerr

Written by the Pulitzer and Tony winning playwright Robert Schenkkan, Building The Wall is a tense, immediate drama that brings a human element to what could happen when inflamatory rhetoric transforms into policy. Not to be missed!


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