(WXYZ) - For two decades, a troupe of Detroit area attorneys have been entertaining mostly private audiences throughout Michigan and the country with hilarious musical parody.
This year's show, "Chapter Nein!" will take place at 8 p.m. on Friday, October 25, 2013 at Berkley High School Auditorium in Berkley. It will feature parody including: NSA data collection, right-to-work laws, flying carp, IRS shenanigans, Detroit mayors past and future, family vacations and, of course, the Detroit bankruptcy.
A (Habeas) Chorus Line™ was formed in 1992 for what cast members thought was a one-time performance. The troupe creates parodies of existing show tunes, pop and original numbers. They tailor material for audiences and frequently play for non-lawyer audiences including: metal finishers and dentists, chambers of commerce and synagogues, medical charity events and Masonic associations. Their humor has broad appeal and a bit of bite, and you certainly don't have to be a lawyer to "get it."
From local issues to national and international events, from judges to lawyers to politicians to celebrities, A (Habeas) Chorus Line is an equal-opportunity lampooner.
WHAT: A (Habeas) Chorus Line
WHEN: 8 p.m., Friday, October 25, 2013
WHERE: Berkley High School Auditorium 2325 Catalpa Drive Berkley, MI 48072
Located at the corner of Coolidge and Catalpa (11 -1/2 Mile Road) west of Woodward and north of I-696
COST: $15 each and all seating is general admission