August Wilson American Century Cycle kicks off Monday, August 26

Major performers to stage readings of August Wilson’s Century Cycle. The Lower Bottom Playaz of Oakland Ca continue their march through Wilson’s Century Cycle with FENCES. Opening October 2013, Oakland, CA.

August Wilson – Our Black Shakespeare

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August Wilson is the most influential and successful African American playwright writing today. He is the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Fences, The Piano Lesson, King Hedley II, Ma Rainy’s Black Bottom, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, Seven Guitars, Two Trains Running, Jitney and Radio Golf. His plays have been produced all over the world.

August Wilson – American Century Cycle

August Wilson’s celebrated 10-play cycle captures 100 years of African American life during each decade of the 20th century. Let’s experience an historic series in The Greene Space as an extraordinary cast of actors and directors — many who worked directly with Wilson — gather to make the first-ever recording of all ten plays.

The series kicks off Monday, August 26, bringing together many longtime Wilson collaborators and interpreters, including the project’s Artistic Director and Tony Award-winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson; Associate…

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