JET, the professional Jewish Ensemble Theatre of metropolitan Detroit, will present four plays in its 1999-2000 season, including a new work by Michigan playwright Kitty Dubin.
The Day We Met, by Dubin, is the final show of the upcoming season. The work is a series of vignettes tied together with the theme of first meetings.
Dubin's relationship play The Last Resort was previously produced by JET. The Day We Met, May 24-June 25, 2000, premiered in JET's festival of readings in 1998.
The troupe is an Equity company working in the Aaron DeRoy Theatre on the Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit campus in suburban West Bloomfield.
The season also includes: * Mark Harelik's regional hit, The Immigrant, about Eastern European Jews who settle in East Texas, Oct. 6-Nov. 7.
* Neil Simon's The Prisoner of Second Avenue, the comic portrait of urban angst, Dec. 22, 1999-Jan. 23, 2000.
* Arthur Miller's Broken Glass, the study of Jewish identity, fear and hope, set in the 1930s, when a woman is stricken with paralysis after reading about Kristallnacht, March 24-April 19, 2000.
Call (248) 788-2900 for ticket information.
-- By Kenneth Jones