Mitch is pleased to be a part of this production. He is an experienced film and commercial actor with an extensive stage history including Vinnie in The Odd Couple, Charlie in Death of A Salesman, Justice Wargrave in And Then There Were None (DST), Howard in Picnic (DFT) and Lord Capulet in Romeo and Juliet (The Story Is Theatre). He won an ariZoni Award as Robert in Proof for Stagedoor Players. Thanks to the cast, crew and iTheatre staff for this great experience.
Soon after African-American businessman Sterling North becomes the new director of the Morris Foundation, he discovers that this world-famous art collection includes several significant African sculptures tucked away in storage. His proposal to add them to the public galleries is opposed by the foundation's long-time education director, who is loyal to the idiosyncratic wishes of the late Dr. Morris. Spurred on by a zealous local journalist, this clash quickly escalates to public accusations of racism and a bitter struggle for control of the collection. “Permanent Collection” is a searing examination of racial politics that ultimately asks how much space -- literally and figuratively -- the white world gives to African-Americans. What is the cost of failing to view the world through another's eyes?View Production of Permanent Collection