Robin Givens brings 'Deranged' to Detroit Music Hall

Published On: May 03 2013 11:14:50 AM EDT

Robin Givens plays characters in movies you love to hate. From a self-important executive breaking Eddie Murphy's heart in "Boomerang" to an uptight executive, who is ethical but condescending, in Tyler Perry's blockbuster movie "Family That Preys", she does wicked well.

Thursday, May, 9, 2013 through Sunday, May 12, 2013, just in time for Mother’s Day, Givens will bring her delicious wickedness to the Music Hall stage in Detroit, Michigan as she stars in a hilarious play called “DERANGED” produced and directed by veteran theatre producer, Angela Barrow-Dunlap and written by playwright Vanessa Lynn.

Show Summary:

Deranged is a contemporary urban take on the 1992 movie, The Hand That Rocks the Cradle. In the play, Givens portrays a seemingly perfect nanny, who tricks and deceives a young mother in order to steal the affections of her husband and children.

Ticket Information:

Deranged - Never mess with a Black woman’s family
Thursday May 9, 2013-Sunday, May 12, 2013
Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts, 350 Madison, Detroit, MI
Tickets available at Music Hall Box Office and all Ticketmaster Outlets.
Thursday, May 9th - 8:00P: $40.50
Friday, May 10th - 8:00P: $48.50
Saturday, May 11th - 3:00P: $40.50
Saturday, May 11th - 8:00P: $52.50
Sunday, May 12th - 3:00P: $52.50
Sunday, May 12th - 7:30P: $52.50
*$5 off for groups of 10 or more for Thursday Evening and Saturday Matinee performances only.
Charge by Phone: 800.745.3000
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