Its My Hattiloo
“The beauty and magnificence of Memphis is its soul, culture and local color... and that's why it's my Hattlloo!”
-Rabbi Micah Greenstein, Temple Israel

Plays for 2014/15 Season

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This season, Hattiloo spotlights Black socioeconomic dynamics in the musical Once on this Island and the powerful drama Stick Fly; the Black male's struggle against poverty in August Wilson's King Hedley II and the revised If Scrooge was a Brother; authentic music in Katori Hall's Hoodoo Love and the musical revue of Civil Rights activist Nina Simone in Simply Simone; and historical moments in The Convert and the comedy Purlie Victorious.






Now Playing

The "Ruben Santiago-Hudson" Workshop

Mr. Ruben Santiago-Hudson wrote Lackawanna Blues, appeared on Broadway's Jelly's Last Jam and received the 1996 Tony Award for August Wilson's Seven Guitars. Screen credits include Coming to America, American Gangster, and more. Come and enjoy Mr. Santiago- Hudson in a Hattiloo workshop!

Saturday September 6, 2014 @ 10AM
(10a-12noon)
Hattiloo's Main Stage Memphis, TN




Stick Fly

 


PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays: 7:30p
Saturday Matinees: 2p
Sunday Matinees 3p
No late seating. Plays run 4 - 5 weeks.