A collaboration between Bricolage and the August Wilson Center for African American Culture
Dutchman by LeRoi Jones
Directed by Mark Clayton Southers
Starring Tami Dixon* and Jonathan Berry
Following each performance:
Between the Lines: Conversations about Race Relations in Pittsburgh
Dutchman is only an hour long, but it explores some timely and provocative issues. In the spirit of community engagement, we're putting together a variety of themed post-show conversations with activists, artists, and community leaders in the fight toward racial equality in Pittsburgh.
April 26-May 12, 2012
Performances Thursdays-Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 7pm
directed by Mark Clayton Southers
starring Tami Dixon* and Jonathan Berry
also featuring Mark C. Thompson*, Carter Redwood*, Kevin Brown, Louise Fox, Barney McKenna, and Chloe Spadafora
set design by Jesse Connor
lighting by Jeffrey Small
costumes by Kennedy Guess
sound design by Dave Bjornson
projections by Carolina Loyola Garcia
production managed by Hannah Nielsen-Jones
stage managed by Caitlin Roper
technical direction by John Friedman
Bricolage is located on the 1st floor of 937 Liberty Avenue, downtown.
There are 3 parking garages very close to our theater. For detailed real-time parking info, check out www.parkPGH.org. We are also easily accessible by public transportation. More than 10 buses stop on our block, and the Wood Street T is just three blocks away. Visit www.portauthority.org for information.