Northlight Theatre will produce the Midwest premiere of "Detroit '67," the Skokie-based theater said on Tuesday. Penned by Dominique Morisseau and set in the Motor City during the Motown era, the show will be directed at Northlight by Ron OJ Parson and is slated to open in November.
One other late addition to the 2013-14 season is Jon Jory's adaptation of Henry Fielding's famously bawdy 1749 novel "Tom Jones." That production will open in January under the direction of William Brown.
Northlight performs at Skokie's North Shore Center for the Performing Arts.