Matrix Theatre Company announces 2010-2011 season
DETROIT, JUNE 3, 2010: Take a seat at Matrix Theatre Company. Family dysfunction, backstage chaos and laugh-out loud wedding mishaps are all part of the company’s nineteenth professional theatre season.
The season opens with the American classic “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” by Tennessee Williams, followed by the popular annual productions of “Haunted Theatre” and “Puppet Scrooge.” This year’s spring show is an evening of hilarity with the presentation of two locally-written one-act plays: “Backstage Passes” by Roger Kerson and “Para Siempre” by Maria Serratos.
This season marks the third year of the company’s Inclusive Theatre Initiative (ITI), a commitment to accessible theatre for all people. With help from the Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan (CFSEM), American Sign Language (ASL) and audio description are available for select performances.
Key components also included are: assistive listening, large print and Braille programs, accessible parking, seating and restroom facilities. All tickets are general admission. Average ticket price is $15. Group rates and discounted admission for youth, student and seniors are available. For further information go to matrixtheatre.org, or call 313-967-0599.