Matinee: August Wilson's
Radio Golf

A special matinee presentation

Saturday, September 28, 2013

12:00 PM

August Wilson's celebrated 10-play cycle captures 100 years of African American life during each decade of the 20th century. Join us for 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 in August Wilson's American Century Cycle

Radio Golf is set in 1997 in Pittsburgh's Hill District. It tells the story of a charming, powerful African-American politician who is running for the highest office of his career with the support of his savvy wife. As he steps into political prominence, his plans collide with his past.

Directed by Marion McClinton and featuring Rocky CarrollJohn Earl Jelks, Sharon Washington, James A. Williams and Anthony Chisholm

Thanks to our philanthropic partners The Ford Foundation whose mission is to support visionary leaders and organizations on the front lines of social change worldwide and The Jerome Robbins Foundation.

Special permission for this project is provided by the Estate of August Wilson. For more information, please visit www.samuelfrench.com