Friday, April 13, 2012

The Hattiloo Theatre's 2012-2013 season includes two plays by Memphis native Katori Hall

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Next season the Hattiloo Theatre turns a spotlight on social issues affecting the African American community, from the gentrification highlighted in Hurt Village, to the epidemic of recidivism among black males brought out in Native Son.

THE BUBBLY BLACK GIRL SHEDS HER CHAMELEON SKIN – Kirsten Childs
July 26th – August 12th, 2012

WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF – Edward Albee
August 30th – September 16th, 2012

HURT VILLAGE – Katori Hall
October 4th – 21st, 2012

MAHALIA – Tom Stolz
October 27th (ONE DAY ONLY)
3:30p and 7:30p
Germantown Performing Arts Center

IF SCROOGE WAS A BROTHER – Ekundayo Bandele
November 29th – December 23rd, 2012

THE MOUNTAINTOP – Katori Hall
Collaboration with The Circuit Playhouse
January 18th – February 10th, 2013
AT THE CIRCUIT PLAYHOUSE

MA RAINEY’S BLACK BOTTOM – August Wilson
February 28th – March 17th, 2013

NATIVE SON – Richard Wright
April 4th – 21st, 2013

SARAFINA! – Mbongeni Ngema
May 23rd – June 9th, 2013

The Saturday before each opening night, Hattiloo will hold a free panel discussion focused on the theme of the respective upcoming play

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