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Professional theatre in Allen Park

We strive to bring stories to life through art and imagination.

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Through the Detroit New Works Festival


We produce one play per season to donate all profits to a related cause

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A synopsis on Oleanna

Show description

 A college student, Carol, drops by her professor’s office in an effort to gain his help to do better in class. John, the professor, in the midst of buying a house to celebrate his nomination for tenure, at first seems distant. As the first meeting progresses the two discuss the nature of understanding and judgment in society, as well as their very own natures and places in our society. It seems as if a bond has been made. When next they meet we find that a report has been filed to the tenure committee. Carol has joined a “group” and has decided that John sexually harassed her during their first meeting. Their second meeting dissects the first; every word, every nuance of the first meeting has been twisted into something else. Or has it? John’s unsuccessful attempts to convince Carol to retract her accusation escalate to a more dangerous level. The third meeting, one the court officers warned against, climaxes violently, leaving John and Carol both physically and emotionally devastated.
A seething investigation of “political correctness” in a time when the nation’s morality has been tested by increased incidents of sexual harassment. “OLEANNA is likely to provoke more arguments than any play this year.” —NY Times. “One of the ten best plays of 1992…reason enough to cheer for the future of the theatre.” —Time Magazine.

Show dates

Friday, March 31 at 8pm
Saturday, April 1 at 8pm
Friday, April 7 at 8pm
Saturday, April 8 at 8pm; talkback immediately following the show
Sunday, April 9 at 3pm

We are proud to collect donations for RACKET.

racketRACKET. was founded by Broadway’s Margo Seibert (In Transit, Rocky) and her lifelong friend, Caroline Angell. They believe that all people deserve a shame-free relationship to their periods regardless of socioeconomic circumstances. RACKET. aims to redefine menstrual hygiene products as essential; to provide menstruating people access to these products; and to encourage an open dialogue about menstruation, thereby transforming a historically taboo subject into one that connects communities.

During the run of Oleanna, Outvisible and our sister studio, Arts Detroit, will be collecting donations for RACKET. Please considering bringing a menstruation product to donate when you come to see the show!

Meet the cast of Oleanna

chrislutkinChris Lutkin*


Chris Lutkin was recently seen at The Purple Rose Theatre as Roy in The Odd Couple as well as in 2AZ where he appeared as Billy. Chris is also proud to have been part of the Purple Rose Theatre Company’s 25th Anniversary Script Preview Tour. Stage credits include Perfect Crime (The Duffy Theater, NYC), Father Dreams, Buddy Pals, Degas C’est Moi, Lily Dale, (The Ensemble Studio Theater, NYC, company member since 1979). Film/T.V./Web: Liberty’s Secret (released 2016), Suffer the Little Children, Dead Canaries, Hair, Law and Order,, Audiobooks:  Benchwarmers, Deadly Force, Red Badge of Courage, among others. Chris developed and instructed Acting for Camera courses for New York University; Lee Strasberg Institute, NYC; Weist-Barron Studios, NYC; Chicago Improv Festival; Kansas City Improv Festival.  Now living Downriver with his wife, Heather, and rescue dog, Buckaroo, Chris is also a member of The Wolverines Base Ball Club of Taylor, a 19th Century Base Ball team.


*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States, appearing under a Special Appearance Contract.

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Allison is thrilled to be in this incredible show with such a talented cast. It’s been a fun process. Previously, she appeared in Who Am I This Time at Open Book Theatre, Next to Normal at Stagecrafters, and will be playing Audrey in As You Like It with Michigan Shakespeare festival this summer. She has also done work with Matrix Theatre Company, Shakespeare in Detroit, and Oakland Community College theatre. She graduated from OCC with an Associate’s in Liberal Arts and is a licensed cosmetologist. When not in the theatre, she enjoys her job as a retail associate at Pitaya in Royal oak. Many thanks to Andrea, Mom, Dad, and her boyfriend Tyler for their constant support and encouragement.

Meet our creative team…

ad-headshotAdriane Galea


Adriane Galea is thrilled for Outvisible to be launching its first show and to be working with such an amazing group of people. Adriane is the Artistic Director of Outvisible as well as the Executive Director of its parent organization, Center Stage Studios, where she teaches voice, piano, and acting. In the past, Adriane has worked both on and offstage with The AKT Theatre Project in Wyandotte, some of her favorites being Children of Eden (Mama Noah), Spring Awakening (Vocal Director), and The Turn of the Screw (Director). Adriane serves on the Board of Directors of the American Guild of Music and An Amazing Woman Foundation, and she is proud to have graduated from the University of Michigan!

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Where are we located:

18614 Ecorse Road
Allen Park, MI 48101
(Inside of Arts Detroit)

Business inquiries: 313.427.2490
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