DETROIT – The Hilberry Theatre Company is proud to present Arthur Miller’s captivating drama An Enemy of the People, adapted from Henrik Ibsen’s play. Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Arthur Miller wrote more than 30 critically acclaimed stage plays and was proud to have begun his literary career right here in Michigan.
Opening February 20 and running through March 28, tempers flare and opinions collide in a small Norwegian town when Dr. Stockmann discovers pollution in the medicinal baths that have made his town a destination. He and his brother, the mayor, argue over the best course of action; should they close the baths immediately and begin a lengthy and expensive reconstruction process or do they conceal the truth in lieu of shutting down the lifeblood of the town? The brothers go head to head in a passionate confrontation that takes on political and ethical concerns.
Following the opening night performance on Friday, February 20th, the Hilberry Theatre Company will announce its upcoming 2015-2016 Season, accompanied by a reception featuring light refreshments, a cash bar, and a meet-and-greet with the cast of the show. Be the first to know what’s in the wings for next year!
Tickets for An Enemy of the People range from $10–$30 and are available by calling the Hilberry Theatre Box Office at (313) 577-2972, online at Hilberry.com, or by visiting the box office at 4743 Cass Avenue at the corner of Hancock Street.
Other offerings from the Hilberry Theatre for the 2014-15 Season include William Congreve’s restoration comedy The Way of the World (March 5 – March 7) playing in repertory and the season will close with Patrick Barlow’s hilarious spoof of Alfred Hitchcock and John Buchan’s The 39 Steps (April 10-25).
Wednesday 2 p.m. February 25 (Post show Talkback)
Thursday 8 p.m. February 26 (Preshow Discussion), March 26
Friday 8 p.m. February 20 (Opening Night), February 27, March 27
Saturday 2 p.m. February 21, March 28
Saturday 8 p.m. February 21, February 28, March 28
Cast (in alphabetical order):
Bevin Bell-Hall (Hedvig), Miles Boucher (Lamsted, The Drunk), Sean Ceglarek (Finn), Nick Chapman (Ejlif Stockmann), Devri Chism (Tora), Julian David Colletta (Hovstad), Santino Craven (Captain Horster), Dan Finn (Edvard), Forrest Gabel (Morten Stockmann), Michael Gingerella (Nansen), Brandon Grantz (Peter Stockmann), Kyle Mitchell Johnson (Morten Kiil), Michael Manocchio (Billing), Nathan Mazey (Gunnar), Brandy Joe Plambeck (Dr. Stockmann), Mary Sansone (Petra Stockmann), Michael Phillip Thomas (Aslaksen), Tiffany Michelle Thompson (Catherine Stockmann), Evan Wyatt (Hendrik).
Blair Anderson (Director), Ryan P. Jones (Stage Manager), Sarah Drum (Assistant Stage Manager), Michael Sabourin (Set Designer), John Woodland (Costume Designer), Mario Raymond (Lighting Designer), Peter Lawrence (Sound Designer), Max Amitin (Properties Master), Brian Dambacher (Technical Director), Amy Schneider (Master Electrician), Maxwell C. Bolton (Publicist), Dale Dorlin (Assistant Publicist).