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THANK YOU!

The 4th Annual Obsidian Theatre Festival has come to an end!

We are incredibly grateful for your support during our inaugural conference and 4th annual festival week, June 24-30!  Stay tuned for more photos and recaps.  You'll already see a few around here.  Follow us on social media!

 

Check out our Thank You Newsletter!

OUR SEASON 4

MAINSTAGE PLAYS

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OUR SEASON 4

MUSICAL THEATRE SHOWCASE

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MISSED A SEASON? STREAM OUR WORK

sEASON 4 WILL BEGIN STREAMING

IN SEPTEMBER!

Watch this clip from Season 3

"The Underground Color Wheel"

by Cris Eli Blak

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LEARN MORE ABOUT IMPACT?

The inaugural GhostLight Arts Initiative launched on Monday June 24th. 

This 3-day conference brought together artists, educators, community members and funders to amplify the work of Detroit's performing arts community, contributing to the growth of a thriving arts ecosystem.

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ABOUT OUR
FESTIVAL

There exists an enduring legacy of storytelling within the Black community. Actors, writers, musicians, and dancers, capture the richness of Black stories, moving beyond stereotypes and tropes. The Obsidian Theatre Festival exists to
uplift both stories as well as storytellers, and
firmly believes in the power of art to change lives.  

SUPPORT THE 
FESTIVAL

There are so many ways you can get involved. And an effort this expansive can only be accomplished if we all come together.  Help us make this a reality and Support The Festival Today.

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Dan Meyer, Playbill

The free program features emerging Black artists, actors, directors, and playwrights from Detroit.

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Paula Tutman, WDIV

The Obsidian Theatre Festival is available for anyone to watch the original productions. They were created in Detroit and meant to enlighten, entertain and offer work for the theater community.

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American Theatre Editors

This year in-person offerings and a musical theatre showcase have been added to the Detroit festival uplifting Black stories and playwrights.

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Tia Graham, WDET
Culture Shift

The festival is dedicated to Black storytelling through theater, music, dance and other creative mediums.

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