Monthly Archives: July 2013

Fences

Originally posted on Gareth's Culture and Travel Blog:
August Wilson’s 1987 play ended up as part of a cycle of ten, each representing a decade of the 20th century black American experience (though not written in sequence). This one…

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Tweet Review: FENCES, Duchess Theatre, 27 June

Originally posted on My thoughts and musings:
1st half.. Loving @ITISLENNYHENRY #FENCES — nikki (@nikkiiia) June 26, 2013   #FENCES Funny, emotional, heart-wrenching so many emotions .. @ITISLENNYHENRY @colinmcfarlane @a_zhangazha @tanyamoodie are BRILL! .. 9/10 — nikki (@nikkiiia) June 26,…

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Top 5 Things to do in Pittsburgh This Weekend – 06/28/2013

Originally posted on Pittsburgh Brown Mamas:
Wondering what to do this weekend? Well, the Brown Mamas have got you covered. Here is our list of 5 interesting things to doin Pittsburgh this weekend without breaking the bank. Who knows, you may…

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Theatre Review: Fences by August Wilson (Metro)

Originally posted on banginthemiddle:
Theatre Review: Fences by August Wilson (Metro)

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As Promised: My Final English Paper

Originally posted on Abnormal Perspective:
Presentation Introduction: I have written this to be a serious opinionated piece along with some of my own personality to make it interesting. So as to not bore you to tears I will be reading…

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The Importance of August Wilson to American Theater

August Wilson is a playwright. In my opinion he is the most important American playwright of the 20th century.  His work the Century Cycle is the most expansive chronicle of American life in  the history of American theater. His tale of America … Continue reading

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