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Joe Turner

There will come a time, oh yes, there will come a time, deep in the heart of the first act, when you will wonder where playwright August Wilson and director Stanley E. Williams are leading you. You will wonder why…
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The Piano Lesson

The question of freedom is at the heart of much of August Wilson's work, and The Piano Lesson is no exception. The story finds an African-American family in 1930s Pittsburgh arguing about the fate of a cherished family heirloom --…
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Aisle Seat

Race to the Finish In his new play Servant of the People: The Rise and Fall of Huey P. Newton & the Black Panther Party (which opens tonight at the Lorraine Hansberry Theater), Robert Alexander explores the enigma that was…
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