Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom is a stellar artistic accomplishment, a blazingly powerful dramatic experience.
The message of August Wilson’s final play: the future rests not on the number of Whole Foods we build but on the culture we value.
This excellent film version of the play Fences meets (even exceeds) the considerable demands of August Wilson’s script.
One of the heartening trends in film during 2016 has been an increase in the number of quality films that focus on African-Americans.
August Wilson’s dramatized autobiography, thanks to the magnificent actor Eugene Lee, is a stirring experience.
Director Eric C. Engel and the Gloucester Stage Company cast gives Fences an insightful and nuanced production.
The Theatre Communications Group is to be congratulated for making readily available one of the most colossal feats in American drama. For those who don’t want the entire “August Wilson Century Cycle,” the plays can also be acquired individually. The August Wilson Century Cycle, by August Wilson, The Theater Communications Group, $200. By Caldwell Titcomb […]