Tag Archives: August Wilson
The series kicked off Monday, August 26th bringing together many longtime Wilson collaborators and interpreters.
Will you be checking out the show during its limited run?
By Kimberly Wilson
With at least four weeks remaining, Ruben Santiago-Hudson has hopes for at least two special guests
‘The Piano Lesson’ has audiences singing August Wilson’s praises — all over again.
By Darren Sands
August Wilson's work lives on in Portland
August Wilson’s work lives on in Portland
By Demetria Irwin
The noted playwright explores what it's like to be rich, Black, and in love in her latest work
The talented playwright reveals secrets on Martha’s Vineyard with her play Stick Fly, which is…
By Carolyn M. Brown
Theater under fire because of director's race
August Wilson was the most prolific black playwright ever to conquer American theater. A…