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Skeleton Crew

February 12 - March 10

Power dynamics shift as their manager Reggie is torn between doing right by his work family, and by the red tape in his office. Powerful and tense, Skeleton Crew is the third of Dominique Morisseau’s Detroit cycle trilogy.

Dominique Morisseau | Writer
Jamil Jude | Director

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Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company is proud to present the Annual August Wilson Monologue Competition. This competition is open to Greater Metro Atlanta area high school students, grades 9-12.

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East Texas Hot Links

July 16 - August 11

It’s summer, 1955, in the piney woods of East Texas where local men wander into Charlesetta’s Top o’ the Hill Cafe almost every night for comfort, solace and companionship. Times are changing, the Klan is active and young black men have been disappearing or turning up dead. This night, Delmus wants to celebrate getting a new job but the other regulars are skeptical. They try to warn him as they joke, feed the jukebox and play cards until betrayal catches all of them and life at Top o’ the Hill is changed forever. *Contains adult language. If you have questions about content please call 404-532-1901 (ext 201).

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Shows And Events

Skeleton Crew

February 12 - March 10

Power dynamics shift as their manager Reggie is torn between doing right by his work family, and by the red tape in his office. Powerful and tense, Skeleton Crew is the third of Dominique Morisseau’s Detroit cycle trilogy.

Dominique Morisseau | Writer
Jamil Jude | Director

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Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company is proud to present the Annual August Wilson Monologue Competition. This competition is open to Greater Metro Atlanta area high school students, grades 9-12.

More Info

East Texas Hot Links

July 16 - August 11

It’s summer, 1955, in the piney woods of East Texas where local men wander into Charlesetta’s Top o’ the Hill Cafe almost every night for comfort, solace and companionship. Times are changing, the Klan is active and young black men have been disappearing or turning up dead. This night, Delmus wants to celebrate getting a new job but the other regulars are skeptical. They try to warn him as they joke, feed the jukebox and play cards until betrayal catches all of them and life at Top o’ the Hill is changed forever. *Contains adult language. If you have questions about content please call 404-532-1901 (ext 201).

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TRUE COLORS THEATRE COMPANY

Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre is a nonprofit theatre based in Atlanta, GA. The name True Colors Theatre Company reflects a promise to search for truth and clarity. True Colors Theatre Company’s mission is to celebrate the rich tradition of black storytelling while giving voice to bold artists of all cultures.

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